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Archaeologists Uncover Wine Cellar From Early Colonial America

Excavations of Jamestown turn up wine bottles from the 1600s
Issue: September 30, 2004

Archaeologists in Jamestown, Va.—the first permanent English colony in America—have uncovered a brick-lined cellar containing intact wine bottles; the entire find appears to date to the late 1600s.

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