Leonid Padrul-Kwitkowski, MUSA Eretz Israel Museum Tel-Aviv

LAND OF HONEY. On display are the remains of charred honeycombs in which remains of Anatolian honey bees were found (in petri dishes, front left), a modern reconstruction of honeycombs (back left), the removable clay lid of a beehive (front right) and the closed end of a cylindrical beehive with a flying hole (back right).