All the scientific work points to the sample being a solid cheese. That said, even if evidences of cheese-making tools have been found in 7,000-year-old artifacts, the mass is the first and oldest large mass of solid cheese to be found. Scientists now say it's "probably the most ancient archaeological solid residue of cheese ever found".
According to The London Economic, scientists determined that this very special and ancient cheese was made by using a combination of cow's milk mixed with either the milk of sheep or goats.
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One of the jars contained a "solidified whitish mass" along with canvas fabric believed to have possibly been covering the opening for preservation. In 2014, researchers found "cheese" buried with female mummies in Xinjiang, China, dating to 3,800 years old.
Kindstedt said others have discovered traces of older cheese or yogurt (the two can be hard to distinguish), Kindstedt said. Nearby, they found a scrap of canvas fabric that was likely used to preserve and cover the ancient blob of food.
To cut the researchers some slack - but not the cheese (I'm sorry) - Ptahmes's tomb is over 70 meters long and features an impressive assortment of chapels.
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If the preliminary analysis is confirmed, the sample would represent the earliest reported biomolecular evidence of the disease, the researchers noted.
It's typically the result of eating unpasteurized dairy products.
Dr Greco said: "The interactions for thousands of years with the strong alkaline environment of the incorporating soil rich in sodium carbonate and the desertic conditions did not prevent the identification of specific peptide markers which showed high stability under these stressing conditions".
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