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Biblical bee-keepers picked the best bees

20:00 07 June 2010 by Shanta Barley

The Bible didn't dub it "a land flowing with milk and honey" for

nothing. Not only are the oldest known beehives in the world in what is

now Israel, but bee-keepers of the time selected the best bees for the job.


The Bible refers to Israel as "a land flowing with milk and honey."

Because no evidence for beekeeping had been found until now, "honey" was

deemed to mean jam. "Our discovery suggests that this aspect of the

Bible may need to be reinterpreted," says Bloch.

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