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Mesolithic Honey gatherer, La Araña Cave, near Bicorp, Valencia, Spain
ca. 7,000 B.C.
"Preparation of Medicine from Honey"
Leaf from an Arabic translation of the
Materia Medica of Dioscorides
(A.D. 1225 Baghdad, Iraq)
A bee visiting a lupine flower in the springtime. The orange wad of pollen in the bee's pollen basket is from the flowers.
Worker bees filling and sealing honey combs