Re: Tel Rehov beehives
- At 03:31 AM 9/1/2007, Ariel L. Szczupak wrote:
>And the most intriguing - a beehive farm within an urbanIn case I'm not the only one fascinated by this, here are two URLs
>environment. Are there precedents? (not only from the ANE)
(out of many) with formal and informal info on modern urban apiaries.
And here are images of a place in Chicago with 100 hives:
And those with JSTOR access may wish to check ...
... that says "it is possible that the use of cylindrical clay
beehives in Greece may go back to the Bronze Age" (I have no idea
what is the context of this sentence).
[100% bona fide dilettante ... delecto ergo sum!]
Ariel L. Szczupak
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