Although it looks like a nightmare, the mammoths are the dish that’s favorite in the high -class British high society.
Although it’s the same trait of vampires and mouths with sharp teeth that look like a horror movie, but mammoths are the most common delicacy in the English world in medieval times. And so far, the archaeologists in London have discovered evidence of this terrifying animal.
In an excavation of a factory near the train station Mansion House in London, a group of archaeologists has caught a few teeth lamp extremely rare, according to a statement from the Archaeological Museum of London.
Animals look very bizarre scary this tends to hold on and eat their prey with extremely sharp teeth. Terrible things this does not diminish their heat to become delicious dinner dish royal and nobility of medieval England.
Exactly centuries lamprey appear on the dinner table as a rare dish of the rich in Britain.
Scary creatures are even served at the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953 in the form of a cake. This fish dish is still popular in the UK and served time in modern European countries like Spain and Part Lan.
Voi thin body, like eel, fish demon made up of cartilage and keratin, both two materials are not stand the test of time as the bones, which means that physical evidence of lamprey still appear in the recent period.
According to Mr. Alan expert archaeologist senior Archaeological Museum of London, said: “Interestingly, after 33 years of studying the remains of animals and finally identified traces of lamprey in the center London, has been preserved in the wetland near the Thames “.
The research team dating back to somewhere in the period from 1270 to 1400. Moreover year, the history of the lamprey farther than they appear on the menu medieval.
Primitive fish, like eel dating back about 360 million years before dinosaurs.
In modern times, the spectrum of the ice -sucking fish has become popular all over the world, but finding out the terrifying teeth of their shoulders as a reminder of a very unusual time in the history of Europe.