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Egyptian Watermelon-like fruit

A 4,450-year-old Egyptian depiction of a watermelon-like fruit, suggesting that melons were consumed in ancient Egypt’s Nile Valley.

The Tomb of Khnumhotep melon is an unknown fruit painted on the tomb of Khnumhotep in Saqqara, Egypt. This fruit is believed to be related to the Nubian Kordofan melon. [1]

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