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Image from page 199 of “The ABC of bee culture: a cyclopaedia of every thing pertaining to the care of the honey-bee; bees, honey, hives, implements, honey-plants, etc., facts gleaned from the experience of thousands of bee keepers all over our land, and
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Title: The ABC of bee culture: a cyclopaedia of every thing pertaining to the care of the honey-bee; bees, honey, hives, implements, honey-plants, etc., facts gleaned from the experience of thousands of bee keepers all over our land, and afterward verified by practical work in our own apiary
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Authors: Root, A. I. (Amos Ives), 1839-1923
Subjects: Bee culture
Publisher: Medina, Ohio
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experiment, *Tlie exact mathematical calculation make thesenimiliers :;.!. :.9 liiid iV*. respectively, hut orilinarilythe iHimliei-s I liave given in the context are moreMearl> correct. HONEY-COMB. 176 HONEY-COMB. I had some plates made for producing smallsheets of fdn.. having only 3i cells to theinch. The bees worked on a few of these,with these same thick rims, but they evi-dently did not like the idea very well, forthey tried to make worker-cells of some ofit, and it proved so much of a complicationfor their little heads that they finally aban-doned the whole piece of comb, apparentlyin disgust. Bees sometimes rear workerbrood in drone-comb, where compelled tofrom want of room, and they always do it inthe way I have mentioned, by contractingthe mouth of the cells, and leaving theyoung bee a rather large berth in which togrow and develoj). Drones are sometimesreared in worker-cells also, but they are somuch cramped in growth that they seldomlook like a fully develoi)ed insect.

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DROXE-COM14. WOKKEIi-C03IB. Several times it has been suggested thatwe enlarge the race of honey-bees by givingthem larger cells; and some circumstancesseem to indicate that something may bedone in this direction, although I have littlehope of any permanent enlargement in size,unless we combine with it the idea of se-lecting the largest bees to propagate from,as given a few pages back. By making thecells smaller than ordinarily, we can getsmall bees with very little trouble; and Ihave seen a whole nucleus of bees so smallas to be really laughable, just because thecomb they were hatched from was set at anangle so that one side was concave and theother convex. The small bees came fromthe concave side. Their light, active move-ments, as they sported in front of the hive,made them a pretty and amusing sight forthose fond of curiosities. Worker-beesreared in drone cells are, if I am correct,sometimes extra large in size; but as towhether we can make them permanentlylarger by such a course,

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Image from page 328 of “Ilios; the city and country of the Trojans. The results of researches and discoveries on the site of Troy and throughout the Troad in the years 1871-72-73-78-79, including an autobiography of the author” (1880)
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Title: Ilios; the city and country of the Trojans. The results of researches and discoveries on the site of Troy and throughout the Troad in the years 1871-72-73-78-79, including an autobiography of the author
Year: 1880 (1880s)
Authors: Schliemann, Heinrich, 1822-1890 Virchow, Rudolf, 1821-1902 Müller, F. Max (Friedrich Max), 1823-1900 Sayce, A. H. (Archibald Henry), 1845-1933 Mahaffy, J. P. (John Pentland), 1839-1919 Brugsch, Heinrich, 1827-1894 Ascherson, Paul, 1834-1913 Postolakas, Achilles Burnouf, Emile, 1821-1907 Calvert, Frank Dufield, Alexander James, 1821-90
Subjects: Archaeology
Publisher: New York: Harper & Bros
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ty differ-ently-shaped terra-cotta goblets with two handles, among them one ofgold, and at Mycenae a large number of double-handled goblets, of terra-cotta or gold, all of which can be nothing else than heira a^LicvTreXka.I think, therefore, that Aristotle was wrong in his theory, that the afi^i-KvireXkov had the shape of a bees cell:10 The cells for the honey andfor the drones have openings on both sides; for on one bottom are twocells, like those of the amphikypella—the one inward, the other outward. The best judge, nay the highest authority, for the form of the HomericSeVa? ajjb^LKvireXKov must necessarily be Homer himself; and, according tohim, the SeVa? ajjufyucvireWov is always synonymous with aXeicrov aji§u>Tov, 9 The inscription is discussed by Professor rov fj.4iros teal al tuiv (rx^ovcav, afKpliTTOfxofSayce in his Appendix. -rrepl fxiav yap fiaaiv 5vo OvpiSes elalv, So7rep Twy 10 Hist. Animal, ix. 27: At Se dvplSes Kal at aij.(pLKV7reKuii/, t] i*zv iuros, r] 8 inrSs.

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300 THE SECOND CITY ON THE SITE OF TROY. [Chap. YI. a two-eared goblet (literally, with, an ear on both sides, for this isthe exact meaning of d/jbcpl). Thus, for instance, in a passage of theOdyssey, one and the same goblet is called twice SeVa?, once aketaov, andonce SeVa? dfufnrcvTreXXov:11 Then he gave them part of the entrails,and poured wine in a golden goblet (Se7r<x?), and, pledging her withoutstretched hand, he called upon Pallas Athene, daughter of Aegis-bearing Zeus : Pray now, 0 stranger, to king Poseidon, because to himis sacred the meal at which you find us, as you come here. And afterhaving made libations and prayed, as is the custom, then give the cup(8 e 7r a <?) of sweet wine also to this man to make a libation ; for I thinkthat he also prays to the immortals ; because all men stand in need ofthe gods. But he is younger (than thou art) and of my age. I thereforegive the golden goblet (aXeia ov) first to thee. Having spoken thus,he put the cup (SeVa?) of sweet w

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