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25.06.17
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Introduction


Fossilized remains have been found in the geological layers dated before the great eruption of 1600 B.C., giving information on the natural flora of the island: palm, olive and peanut trees, are flora characteristics of all the dry zones in the Mediterranean.
In the excavation of the prehistoric settlement of Akrotiri, carbonized remains of reeds, pine, vine and olive trees have been found, and the cultivated kinds were barley, figs, almonds, lentils, vetch, fava beans and a kind of lupine.*

* "Santorini: And the sea brought forth the earth"/ Topio Publications/ From the text of archeologist Kiki Birtacha.

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