New Proof Found That Jews in Medieval England Kept Kosher

With their research into a trash dump that is over 800-years-old, English Archaeologists have discovered evidence that Jews in the medieval era strictly adhered to kosher laws. Biomolecular archaeologist Julie Dunne of the University of Bristol was blown away by the discovery of a massive amount of chicken and goose bones at the edge of what was known to be the Jewish quarter at that time. Ceramic cooking vessels that appear to have been used solely for milk or meat were also discovered there, all of which dated back to the 11th and 12th centuries. Read more here.


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