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Barley in heraldry: Coat of arms of the municipality of Essunga, Sweden.
Coat of arms
of the municipality of Essunga, Sweden.

 

Barley in heraldry: Coat of arms of the municipality of Norsjö, Sweden.
Coat of arms
of the municipality of Norsjö, Sweden.

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Barley in Egyptian hieroglyphs.
    
Barley in Egyptian hieroglyphs. Barley in Egyptian hieroglyphs. Barley in Egyptian hieroglyphs.
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Barley in Egyptian hieroglyphs

 

Barley

Hordeum vulgare

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Barley in heraldry: Coat of arms of Orgelet (Jura, France)
Coat of arms
of Orgelet (Jura, France)

Barley in heraldry: Coats of arms of Ordis, Girona, Spain.
Coat of arms
of Ordis, Girona, Spain.

Cracked wheat.
Hordeum vulgare

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Barley.
Barley

 

Two-row and six-row barley.
Two-row and six-row barley

NOUN:   a cereal grass (genus Hordeum and especially H. vulgare) having the flowers in dense spikes with long awns and three spikelets at each joint of the rachis ; also: its seed used especially in malt beverages, breakfast foods, and stock feeds
ETYMOLOGY:   Middle English barly, from Old English bærlic of barley; akin to Old English bere barley, Latin far spelt

Date:before 12th century
Merriam Webster OnLine® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition.
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Barley

Wheat.
Barley field
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae
  Angiosperms
  Monocots
Subclass: Commelinids
Order: Poales
Family: Poaceae
Subfamily: Pooideae
Tribe: Triticeae
Genus: Hordeum
Species: H. vulgare
Binomial name
Hordeum vulgare
L.

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Campania, Cumae. Circa 420-385 BC. AR Nomos (7.26 gm).

Campania, Cumae. Circa 420-385 BC. AR Nomos (7.26 gm).
Female head right
Large mussel shell; barley grain above.
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Important archaeological sites
 

Wintergerstenfeld Deutschland.

Wintergerstenfeld
Deutschland

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Roasted barley tea.

Roasted barley tea

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Rochefort Trappistes beer.
beer

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