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#1 "Nikolov said production increased steadily from 5,500 BC, when one load from the kilns in Provadia-Solnitsata yielded about 25 kilograms (55 pounds) of dry salt. By 4,700-4,500 BC, that amount had increased to 4,000 to 5,000 kilos of salt."
I guess the metric system is older then I thought.
Posted by lord garth 2012-11-01 07:33||
#2 They didn't build that.
Posted by bigjim-CA 2012-11-01 10:36||
#3 Dated a Bulgarian lady for a while.
Posted by Glinesh Craling7938 2012-11-01 11:03||
#4 And they had a nice thing going there in western Turkey, until the Romans came in and crucified the first five people they came across.
Brining veggies myself, hopefully I'm a good as they were 7500 years ago.
Posted by swksvolFF 2012-11-01 12:43||
#5 More likely the Romans seized the facilities, enslaved the workers and expropriated the proceeds.
Posted by Anguper Hupomosing9418 2012-11-01 13:15||
#6 The SPQREPA?
Posted by swksvolFF 2012-11-01 13:47||
#7 They didn't build that.
Tell the powers that be that .5mt sez you winz a car and a house and a big big boat.
Posted by Shipman 2012-11-01 16:35||