That is the coolest thing!9,000-year-old lentils, chickpeas, and peas will be on display next week at the General Pulse Confederation's convention in Cesme, Izmir: http://iyp2016.org/news/219-9-00-year-old-pulses-on-display-at-gpc-s-pulse-convention . These very old legumes were discovered during an archaeological expedition in Turkey. It's incredible that these seeds survived this long without rotting away.
Although very unlikely, it's possible that some of these 9,000 year-old legumes could still germinate and grow into plants. The oldest seed ever proven to retain its sprouting viability was over 1,000 years old: https://askabiologist.asu.edu/content/how-long-can-seeds-live-underground