Connecting the discovery of a 3000-year-old bee apiary to the Bible
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.
The Iron Age Apiary at Tel Reḥov by Amihai Mazar - https://www.academia.edu/37231955/Mazar_A._2018._The_Iron_Age_Apiary_at_Tel_Re%E1%B8%A5ov_Israel._Pp._40-49_in_F.Hatjina_G.Mavrofridis_and_R.Jones_Eds_Beekeeping_in_the_Mediterranean_-_From_Antiquity_to_the_present._Nea_Moudania
Edom’s Copper Mines in Timna: Their Significance in the 10th Century - https://thetorah.com/edoms-copper-mines-in-timna-their-significance-in-the-10th-century/