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Is there any evidence that the English forced the Indians to trade their grain?
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What is the grain 'spelt' when translated from English to Italian?
Asked in Ancient Egypt
What did archeologist think ancient Indians tools?
archeologist suggested that ancient Indians might have used grain like money. They may have used a weigh to weigh the grain and used different amounts to trade for various goods. Farmers also had their own granaries outside the city, so perhaps the grain in the citadel's granary was collected by taxes.
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What is kollu a food grain in Tamil translated in English?
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What product did the desert southwest Indians produce the most?
Asked in Native American History
What clothing did the grain plain Indians wear?
Let's clear up your confusion. There were no "grain plain Indians." The plains tribes were warriors and hunters. They hunted the buffalo herds and used all of the animal for food, clothing, blankets, religious rites, and other things. Nothing was wasted. Buckskin was a common material used for clothing.
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What is the word in English for the grain in Marathi known as Aliv?
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What was the forced payment to the Romans from conquered areas in ancient rome?
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What is the origin of the word 'cereal'?
The noun 'cereal', recorded in English in 1818 as an adjective meaning 'of or relating to edible grain', is first recorded as an English noun, meaning 'edible grain', in 1832. It came into the English language from French, céréale, which traces back to the Latin Cerealis, 'of grain; relating to the cultivation of grain'. The Latin term originated with the name of the Roman deity, Ceres, goddess of agriculture. The origins of Ceres and its variations as a word referring to cultivated grain go back into the mists of Indo-European (or Proto-Indo-European: PIE), the ultimate origin of most English words. This one came from the base 'ker-', 'to grow'. The noun 'cereal' in the sense of 'breakfast cereal' is American-English; its use is recorded from 1899. It also comes from the ancient Greek god Cere, meaning Barley-Mother
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Where did the saying take it with a grain of salt come from?
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Asked in Food Science
What are the method of using to analyze moisture level in grain food sample?
Moisture in grain and grain foods is measured by weight, or by weighing before and after it is dried. Two grams of the grain sample is accurately weighed into a dry dish with a cover. The sample is dried in a forced draft oven or a vacuum oven. The sample is weighted again, and the change in weights represents the amount of moisture that was lost. Moisture can also be measured by using an NIR instrument, which is much quicker, but not as dependable.