Large bottle used in Champagne and Burgundy equivalent to 8 standard bottles (6 litres, 1.58 US gal., 1.32 UK gal.). See also half-bottle, magnum, Jéroboam, Rehoboam, Salmanazar, Balthazar and Nebuchadnezzar.
Methusaleh is an old mouse in the Brian Jacques novel Redwall. He aids Matthias in the finding of the sword of Martin the Warrior but is later killed by the fox Chickenhound. He likes to think himself as an aged but erudite scholar.
Methuselah (estimated germination 2832 BC) is a bristlecone pine in the White Mountains of California, which, at 4,838 years old, is the oldest living organism currently known and documented. It is named after Methuselah, a Biblical figure reputed to have lived 969 years. Located at approximately 11,000 feet above sea level, its exact location is currently undisclosed to the public as a protection against vandalism; the coordinates cited refer to the Methuselah Grove Visitor Center.
In cellular automata, a methuselah is a small "seed" pattern of initial live cells that take a large number of generations in order to stabilize. Patterns that grow forever are not considered methuselahs.