مجلة عصور الجديدة
Volume 4, Numéro 15, Pages 181-196
الكاتب : بلمدني نوال .
Bees and honey production in the medieval ages in the Central Maghreb The trend towards the gardening was adopted because of insecurity and the vast agriculture lands, led to the use of beehives in Central Maghreb, which increased the production of honey ; according to some geographical sources and historical indication, many regions in the countryside used to produce copious amounts of this material to the extent that it was exported to many neighbour areas, including Berchek, djazair beni Mezghenna, bone, Constantine and other.. However, the techniques that were used by beekeepers in order to obtain those quantities, and the way that was used to take care of the honey bees remains unknown.
Bees;honey;production;medieval ages;agriculture;lands; historical
أحمد خالد فريد
بن عميرة محمد