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The first portion would have been well-cooked in water, with the later addition of the second portion of coarsely broken, uncooked grain.
Besides the vat contents, there was also mineralized organic material found within the brewery complex.
Some of these mineralized masses contained large quantities of coarsely shredded chaff, most probably representing a by-product such as spent grain that had been removed from the liquid possibly by being sieved out and discarded.
Mineralised lumps of fine-grained organic masses were also found within the brewery installations. Embedded into their matrices were only a few small fragments of chaff, together with numerous small cavities.
These mineralised lumps are currently interpreted as direct evidence of the fermentation process itself—the sludge that had deposited at the bottom of the fermentation vessels, its cavities originating from the carbon dioxide generated by the yeast and other fermenting microorganisms.
A… three patches of single-layered aleurone, SE … starchy endosperm fused remains , N? Due to waterlogged preservation conditions, the site yielded extraordinarily large amounts of well-preserved plant remains, which have been studied in detail [ ].
Archaeological analyses resulted in the interpretation that the houses were erected in the shallow water zone [ ]. The cultural layers mostly represent everyday refuse and remains of the buildings.
The massive burnt layer AH2 from the Pfyn culture, most probably the result of a catastrophic fire, was dendrochronologically dated to BCE [ ].
A cup-shaped cereal product find no. L… longitudinal cells, right: fracture through the outer caryopsis layers, the multiple aleurone layers A1 —A3 identify the material as cultivated barley Hordeum vulgare as do the thin-walled transverse cells T.
SE… starchy endosperm fused remains , N? Gail light micrograph , A. Heiss SEM. See also S1 Model. Also situated on Lake Constance, this late Neolithic lakeshore settlement likewise displayed excellent waterlogged preservation conditions for organic remains [ ].
Just as in Hornstaad—Hörnle IA, the material concerned find no. BCE [ ]. The given find number comprises five amorphous charred objects of irregular shapes and considerable sizes the smallest 24 x 28 x 30 mm, the largest 68 x 53 x 39 mm.
The largest chunk was documented via photogrammetry see supplementary information and then sampled for microscopical analysis.
Another lump of processed cereals from the same layer, bearing a resemblance to a detached food crust and containing macroscopically visible chunks of cereals find no.
Top: light micrograph red square: location of SEM subsample , bottom: SEM image, fracture through the outer caryopsis layers.
The multiple aleurone layers A1—A3 identify the material as cultivated barley Hordeum vulgare. SE… starchy endosperm fused remains , T… transverse cells.
Erlach SEM. See also S2 Model. N… nucellus tissue, T… transverse cells. This is the third late Neolithic lakeshore settlement included as a case study—also a site with waterlogged conditions and extraordinary preservation of organic finds.
It has been studied in great detail in an interdisciplinary project [ — ]. Special emphasis was laid on the taphonomy [ ], while the very rich botanical remains were and still are object of intense research [ 58 , ].
Settlement remains were attributable to seven very short-lived and dendrochronologically dated occupation phases between BC and BC [ ].
Taphonomic studies revealed that, here again, the vast majority of the organic remains represented everyday refuse which can still be attributed to individual buildings.
The object in question find no. ZHOPE It was located near the southern wall of house , belonging to the older settlement layer 13, dated to BCE— BCE [ ].
Top: light micrograph, bottom: SEM image, fracture through the outer caryopsis layers. SE… starchy endosperm fused remains , N… nucellus tissue.
Cell wall thickness was manually recorded using the software ImageJ [ ] by measuring the double cell wall thicknesses i. Only one distance per cell-cell border was recorded, thereby measuring each cell wall only once.
In cases where only the marginal widened parts of the cell walls were preserved due to abraded surfaces in the archaeological specimen, no measurement was carried out of the respective double cell walls in order to avoid biased measurements.
The raw data of all measurements from the study are accessible in S1 and S2 Tables. Top: light micrograph, bottom: SEM image, planar view of the aleurone layer.
The presence of a single vs. Hordeum vulgare. All statistical tests were performed using the software PAST 3 [ ].
For descriptive statistics, see S3 Table. Normality tests W, A, L, and JB, see S4 Table indicated that the populations of most measurements were not normally distributed, suggesting the use of non-parametric tests for statistical evaluation.
In our experiments, we were able to demonstrate that the phenomenon of aleurone cell wall degradation is clearly observable not only in fresh but also in charred material after five days of previous sprouting.
The double cell wall thickness in commercially available barley Hordeum vulgare malt shows a progressive decrease Fig 15 , grey boxes , with significant shifts in minimum, mean and maximum values from 0.
The statistical tests Table 1 resulted in significant differences between the groups, with the exception of day 1 vs.
According to the literature see Introduction , much more drastic results are to be expected in grains which have sprouted for longer periods [ ].
Measuring aleurone cell walls double cell wall thickness in experimentally charred barley Hordeum vulgare malt. The effect observed in the experimentally charred modern malt was not only confirmed for the materials from the archaeological case studies but it was even much more pronounced Fig While the means and medians of double cell wall thickness in modern barley malt amounted to c.
Factors possibly influencing cell wall thickness other than sprouting see Discussion section have successfully been ruled out for all sites.
None of the specimens displayed marked infestation with mycelial fungi, perforated cell walls, an aleurone entirely depleted of its contents, or cell wall thinning observable in the outer layers of the grain.
We therefore conclude that materials from all five archaeological sites reveal clear evidence of sprouted grains which were later ground and transformed into a food preparation.
The markedly thin-walled emmer Triticum dicoccum aleurone patches from the known brewing installations at Hierakonpolis Fig 8 and Tell el-Farkha Fig 9 are a clear confirmation of our experimentally supported suggestions for detecting malt in charred archaeological cereal products, possibly indicating sprouting periods exceeding five days.
Furthermore, statistical analysis shows that these two archaeological reference samples have aleurone wall thicknesses comparable to a virtually unsprouted state, i.
For descriptive statistics of the raw data see S3 Table , for normality tests see S4 Table , for post hoc tests see Table 1.
Apart from sprouting leading to cell wall degradation, also other processes need to be taken into account when interpreting thinned aleurone cell walls in archaeological finds of processed foodstuffs.
Our results clearly show that even small patches of aleurone tissue preserved in amorphous charred food remains can be used to document sprouted and probably malted cereal grains, especially when the grains contained therein have been thoroughly crushed or ground and soaked in liquid prior to charring.
The underlying phenomenon of endosperm and aleurone cell wall degradation increases with the duration of sprouting and it is more pronounced at the embryo end of the grain, while it may not develop at all at the distal end see Introduction.
As a straightforward consequence of our observations, it has to be stated that, while the presence of significantly thinned cell walls and intercellular spaces in the aleurone layer are indicative of several days of germination, their absence allows no conclusions whatsoever on the presence or absence of malt in a charred ground cereal preparation.
Our experiments were conducted only on barley, knowing that aleurone cell walls in wheat species can be up to two thirds more massive see Introduction.
The reference material which was used had only been sprouted for five days, while more notable effects are to be expected after longer sprouting periods.
It must therefore be stressed that our results from experimentally charred malt are most probably biased towards an underestimation of the potential maximum extent of cell wall degradation in a sprouting grain.
When looking at the data from the archaeological materials from the five case studies, they indeed seem to indicate a sprouting period exceeding the five days of the modern reference material.
However, as the former positions of the observed aleurone tissues in the grains are entirely unknown in the charred ground cereal preparations, the perspective of estimating or quantifying the sprouting time for archaeological malt finds seems unrealistic.
At the very least, a large series of experimental malting and consecutive charring under varying regimes would be required in order to approximate such a quantitative approach.
Until then, we suggest that the discrimination between sprouted and non-sprouted grains should only be applied in a qualitative sense.
As for the functional interpretation of the materials included as case studies, the situation is strongly divergent between the Egyptian and the central European finds.
The thinned aleurone cell walls in the Hierakonpolis and Tell el-Farkha material have to be considered to the ample archaeological evidence for beer production at both sites.
As a consequence, the malt-based amorphous charred objects ACO which were recovered from the inside of the heatable vats of the brewing installations can safely be classified as brewing remains, most probably from mashing step no.
Whether any alcoholic fermentation had taken place prior to charring is, however, beyond our methodological grasp. In contrast, the same aleurone thinning observed in the finds from the three central European Neolithic lakeshore settlements is not directly related to clear evidence—be it contextual or artefactual—for brewing activities.
So, how much hard evidence for brewing do we really have? Beer-making from sprouted grains seems to be nearly ubiquitous in the ethnographic, historical, and archaeological record.
As its production often involves cooking and thus sterilisation, beer has been a much less harmful drink than water until the modern period.
The inhabitants of these settlements definitely had good reason to produce and consume beer. The find situations of the charred cereal preparations basically support such ideas.
While charred flat breads and verified dough remains are rare in relation to the total quantity of plant remains recovered from the respective sites, most of the ACO found—including the ones analysed in the current study—come from the inside of cooking vessels.
Cereal preparations not involving any heating process, such as the long-term storage of sourdough, are therefore less probable as a source of these materials, in addition to the structural features already discussed above.
The sprouted grains, likely after 3 drying or roasting, had then been 5 crushed or ground, the resulting malt meal or malt flour being 6 soaked again at one point, and mixed into a more or less homogeneous mass.
The cup-shaped ACO in fact, a bread-like object [ 58 ] from Hornstaad-Hörnle IA, however, displays features typically found in charred remains of liquids, such as a cracked surface and conspicuous size sorting of the particles [ 57 , ] Fig 17 —structural traits which it also shares with the brewing residues from Hierakonpolis and Tell el-Farkha.
We can be certain that the charred find from Hornstaad—Hörnle IA derives from some malt-containing drink. If we widen the perspective beyond beer, already a few quick glances into the ethno- historical treasure chest reveal a variety of malt-based foods beyond beer.
The Austrian 17 th century author E. In the 19 th century, A. The French author C. Husson promotes malt as an ingredient for weaning foods [ ], a use which is also of contemporary relevance [ , ].
It is these first impressions that strongly suggest the need for the development of an in-depth study on malt-based foodstuffs from Antiquity until today in order to provide a basis of discussion for the interpretation of archaeological remains of malt-containing cereal preparations.
Furthermore, it is a characteristic of culinary practices that basically every end product of an operational sequence can become the initial product of another one, adding much complexity to the possible interpretations of archaeological food remains [ 57 ].
Taking bread as an example, this end product can be dried and stored and eventually become an ingredient of soup prior to consumption [ ].
Bread can be ground and mixed with flour for the production of new bread [ , ]. Bread can serve as a starter in beer making [ 4 , 35 , 42 ].
Spent grain, in turn, can be used as raw material for bread production [ 56 , ]. Considering this, the possibilities of how to further process and consume germinated grain increase even more.
We can certainly speculate that either only the Hornstaad food preparation or even all of the malt-containing finds from the lakeshore settlements could indeed have derived from beer.
Unfortunately, due to the lacking diagnostic tools for identifying the actual process of fermentation, any such claim is to be taken with a huge pinch of salt and remain what it is—speculation.
We can, however, clearly state that the processing of malted grain has been practiced as part of various food production sequences at the central European Neolithic lakeshore settlements in the 4 th millennium BCE.
While with great certainty we can claim that the samples from the two Egyptian brewing installations indeed directly derive from the brewing process, the lack of equally unambiguous context renders similarly clear conclusions somewhat dangerous for the materials from the central European lakeshore settlements.
The sample from Hornstaad—Hörnle very likely represents the remains of some malt-containing liquid, the kind of which must remain uncertain.
The find situations inside cooking vessels, however, tend to substantiate the hypothesis of liquid foods. We are confident that the observations presented here are a significant leap forward in the research of food history in general and brewing history in particular.
They provide a new diagnostic feature for the detection of processed sprouted malted grains in amorphous charred objects and food crusts even if no intact grains are left, even in sites where no further unambiguous archaeological, epigraphic, iconographic, or other evidence is preserved.
Wavefront OBJ file [ ]. KG Bruchsal-Heidelsheim for kindly providing sprouted barley for our research. We are also grateful to the academic editor, Ceren Kabukcu, the reviewers Mark Nesbitt and the anonymous one, who provided useful comments and suggestions to improve the manuscript.
Browse Subject Areas? Click through the PLOS taxonomy to find articles in your field. Abstract The detection of direct archaeological remains of alcoholic beverages and their production is still a challenge to archaeological science, as most of the markers known up to now are either not durable or diagnostic enough to be used as secure proof.
Introduction Understanding the role of alcoholic beverages in the evolution of prehistoric societies is fundamental, yet unravelling their patterns of production and consumption is a challenging task.
Defining core processes of beer-making Beer in its very broadest sense can be characterised as a non-distilled alcoholic beverage produced from a starch-rich source [ 4 , 17 , 18 ].
Download: PPT. Fig 1. Current archaeological approaches towards ancient brewing There is ample archaeological and epigraphic evidence for the installations, implements and drinking vessels associated with beer production and consumption.
Introducing aleurone cell wall degradation as a new marker for malting Characteristics of the aleurone cell wall. Fig 2. Embryo end of a bread wheat Triticum aestivum grain showing massive degradation of the endosperm.
Cell wall degradation during sprouting. A diagnostic feature hidden in plain sight? Fig 3. Bread wheat Triticum aestivum grain after six days of sprouting.
Fig 4. Archaeological barley Hordeum vulgare aleurone with regular wall thickness. Experimentally charred malt. Fig 5. Experimentally charred hulled barley Hordeum vulgare grain after 1 day of malting.
Fig 6. Experimentally charred hulled barley Hordeum vulgare grain after 5 days of malting. Archaeobotanical case studies. Materials and methods Ethics statement No permits were required for the described study, which complied with all relevant regulations.
Data repositories and location of specimens All relevant data are contained within the manuscript and its Supporting Information files.
Reference material used for illustrating the effects of malting One part of bread wheat Triticum aestivum grains harvested in was malted according to the MEBAK standard methodology for malting hulled barley [ ], while the other part was kept unchanged as reference.
Experimentally charred barley malt Sprouted two-row hulled barley Hordeum vulgare subsp. Brewing remains from predynastic Egypt 4 th mill.
Fig 8. The partially charred cereal product from Hierakonpolis. Tell el-Farkha—Western kom. Fig 9.
The charred emmer Triticum dicoccum product from Tell el-Farkha. Amorphous charred objects cereal preparations from late neolithic central Europe 4 th mill.
Fig Measurements and statistical evaluation Cell wall thickness was manually recorded using the software ImageJ [ ] by measuring the double cell wall thicknesses i.
Table 1. Discussion Possible pitfalls in the interpretation of thin-walled aleurone tissue Apart from sprouting leading to cell wall degradation, also other processes need to be taken into account when interpreting thinned aleurone cell walls in archaeological finds of processed foodstuffs.
Fermentation by mycelial fungi. The lacking or very low cellulase activity in yeasts as well as in LAB and AAB as mentioned in the Introduction allows ruling them out as significant factors for cell wall hydrolysis.
Technical applications relying on fast cell wall degradation therefore usually involve cellulases extracted from saprobiontic fungi [ ] such as Trichoderma reesei [ ] or Acremonium thermophilum [ ].
At the same time, however, such material would also display a massive occurrence of fungal hyphae, b perforated cell walls, and c aleurone cells depleted of their contents.
Finds in question should therefore always be checked against the presence of these three indicators of fungal decay.
However, none of the aforementioned was observed in the materials included in the current study. Endogenous enzymes.
As mentioned in the Introduction, it is important to stress that the largest part of enzymes responsible for cell wall breakdown are not constantly present in the aleurone layer but are synthetized de novo during germination [ 99 ].
In the case of traditional stable sourdoughs, which can be kept metabolically active for decades [ ]—allegedly even for centuries [ ]—by the repeated addition of substrate and water, endogenous hydrolytic enzymes certainly have enough time to digest most of the cell wall material.
This possibility of aleurone thinning reflecting very mature sourdough in the archaeobotanical finds needs to be systematically investigated with experimental material in the future.
Notwithstanding, the aleurone cells in a cereal-based ACO should always be checked against depleted cell contents in order to exclude such a scenario for further discussion, see below.
In the current study, however, aleurone cells with intact cell content were still observed. Thermal degradation during charring. Validity of the observations in the analysed materials Our results clearly show that even small patches of aleurone tissue preserved in amorphous charred food remains can be used to document sprouted and probably malted cereal grains, especially when the grains contained therein have been thoroughly crushed or ground and soaked in liquid prior to charring.
Take them with a pinch of… malt! Surface features top and cross section bottom of the bowl-shaped charred cereal product from Hornstaad—Hörnle IA.
Model for the formation of the bowl-shaped bread-like object from Hornstaad-Hörnle. Supporting information.
S1 Model. S2 Model. Photogrammetric 3D model of the largest amorphous fragment of the cereal product from Sipplingen—Osthafen. S1 Archive.
SEM images used for the generation of the values in S1 Table. S2 Archive. SEM images used for the generation of the values in S2 Table.
S1 Table. Aleurone cell wall measurements of the experimentally charred barley malt, raw data. S2 Table.
Aleurone cell wall measurements of the archaeological finds of charred cereal preparations, raw data. S3 Table. Descriptive statistics for all measured items.
S4 Table. Normality tests for all measured items. References 1. Zubaida S. Drink, Meals and Social Boundaries.
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