Where were cocoa beans first domesticated?

Answer Cocoa was first cultivated on the Mexican Gulf Coast by the Olmec Indians, as early as 1000 B.C. Cocoa beans became very important to the Mayans and Aztecs throughout Mesoamerica, and were even use... Read More »

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When were dogs first domesticated?

Exact dates are uncertain, but it is estimated that dogs were first domesticated from wolves between 15,000 and 40,000 years ago in East Asia, according to researchers at the University of Californ... Read More »

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Where were churros first made?

Churros were first made in Spain by ancient shepherds who cared for a type of sheep by the same name. Churros are a sweet bread that is rolled in cinnamon and sugar before being deep fried in a ski... Read More »

Where were the first tapestries made?

The first tapestries were made in France by medieval weavers. When the Hundred Years War began, tapestry weavers fled, scattering the art of tapestry to other parts of the world.Source:From Times P... Read More »