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    Default article on ancient beekeeping

    Further excavations of hives at Rehov.

    http://www.rehov.org/Rehov/publicati...ar_NEA70_4.pdf

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    Default Re: article on ancient beekeeping

    Very cool boy thanks god for modern beekeeping !!!!!!

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    Default Re: article on ancient beekeeping

    Thanks Milena, a fascinating read!
    44 years, been commercial, outfits up to 4000 hives, now 120 hives and 200 nucs as a hobby, selling bees. T (mostly).

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    Default Re: article on ancient beekeeping

    Great article Milena. Interesting that is was just a little large than a standard deep.

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    Default Re: article on ancient beekeeping

    fascinating, thanks for the post. What will you do for a sequel?
    Rmns 1:16/Prv.3:5,6/ Beegan BK May 09/ Zone 5b
    I have NOT failed. I have only found many many ways that do not work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lakebilly View Post
    fascinating, thanks for the post. What will you do for a sequel?
    That's pretty hard to top! Thanks

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