Scientists Recreate 3,200-Year-Old Perfume

5 August, 2022
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Scientists Recreate 3,200-Year-Old Perfume

A scientific team of 15 experts managed to recreate a 3,200-year-old perfume.

And the DHA agency indicates that the scientific team worked over a period of three years until it was able to return that perfume that was created by the Babylonian Tabute, the first female chemist and perfume creator 3200 years ago in Mesopotamia.

The scientific team based its work on what my coffin wrote on a clay tablet - melissa, myrrh, rose, and others. In addition to the perfume formula, the process of creating this perfume is described in detail.



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