Appendix

34 Milk timelines picture

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Engraving by Gustave Dore (1832 – 1883)
Jacob serves Laban seven years for Rachel’s hand
Genesis 29
illustration was published in “bible or books of new testament and old testament”(1875)
scan by Ivan Burmistrov
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Group of cartoon neolithic people working. Prehistoric people.
Antique scientific engraving illustration: Pasteurization machine
Shepherd relaxing – Scanned 1890 Engraving
“King Henry II of England reigned from 1154 to 1189. He was first of the Plantagenet or Angevin Kings, regarded as a just and noble king. Although he had a quick and strong temper famously clashing with king’s temper has been written about. His actions against Thomas Becket”
Vintage engraving of Kings Henry VIII and Francis I at the Field of the Cloth of Gold. A summit from 7 to 24 June 1520, between King Henry VIII of England and King Francis I of France.
Lactobacillus bulgaricus bacteria. They are rod-shaped, gram-positive bacteria. They grow in acid media & produce lactic acid from the fermentation of carbohydrates. Lactic acid produced by the fermentation of milk is responsible for the preservation & flavour of cheese, yoghurt & other fermented milk products. The bacteria are found in fermenting animal & plant products & in the alimentary tract & vagina of humans & other animals, where they serve a protective role against more dangerous bacteria.

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