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rdf:typeskos:Concept
cc:licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0
cc:attributionURLhttp://www.historicengland.org.uk
cc:attributionNameHistoric England
skos:inSchemeFISH Thesaurus of Monument Types
skos:prefLabelBee Bole
skos:broaderAgriculture And Subsistence
skos:scopeNoteA recess in a stone or brick wall, usually bounding a garden or orchard, set two to three feet from the ground and facing south to south-east to catch the morning sun, in which a bee skep/beehive is placed. Often found in groupings of three to six.
skos:relatedWinter Bee House
skos:relatedBee Garden
skos:relatedBee House
skos:relatedBee Skep
skos:relatedApiary
skos:relatedBeehive
dct:publisherhttp://www.historicengland.org.uk
dct:identifierhttp://purl.org/heritagedata/schemes/eh_tmt2/concepts/68574
dct:issued2019-03-28T16:44:55

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