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Bee-keeping in Ancient Egypt

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Description The first official mentioning of bee-keeping dates from about 2400 BCE, in official lists of apiarists. The kind of hives depicted in reliefs are still seen in the Sudan today: woven wicker baskets covered with clay.
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