The ruins of what is possible a 1,500-year-old wine making factory has been found in Tel Aviv, Israel. Researchers say the press is small and was probably used to make wine from pomegranates or figs sometime in the sixth or early seventh century A.D. "This is the first important building from the Byzantine period to be uncovered in this part of the city," said Yoav Arbel, director of the excavations for the Israel Antiquities Authority.

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