Connecting the discovery of a 3000-year-old bee apiary to the Bible

Removable clay lid at the back of one of the hives
Courtesy of Tel Rehov Expedition, the Hebrew University

JERUSALEM - After concluding excavating Tel Rehov half a decade ago, Israel prize winning professor Dr. Amahai Mazar has masterfully completed the final reports. On today’s program, host Brent Nagtegaal, reviews a fascinating report on discovery of the largest bee apiary in the Middle Eastern at Tel Rehov and its tantalizing connections to the Bible.

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