Hans Barnard et al., “Chemical Evidence for Wine Production Around 4000 B.C.E. in the Late Chalcolithic Near Eastern Highlands,” Journal of Archaeological Science (2010). The excavation is supported by the Steinmetz Foundation, the Boochever Family Trust, the Chitjian Family Foundation and the Gfoeller Foundation Inc., the last of which was created by two American brothers of Armenian descent named Joachim and Michael, the latter of whom (Michael Gfoeller) is the recently retired ambassadorily ranked top policy advisor to General David Petraeus, when he was head of joint military forces in the Middle East. The scientific-analytical portion of the project also received support from the National Center for Research Resources, the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health.