Honey is Known to People Since 8000 years B.C
The caves were used by prehistoric people who left us their rock art. Finds in one of the caves date back to 6-8 thousand years BC. It was here that images of wild goat hunting with bows and arrows were found, as well as a scene depicting a man extracting wild honey. Today, he is known as the “Bicorpean Man” who climbs vines to collect honey from a beehive. This scene, despite its simplicity, became the first graphic document about the collection of honey by man and a world symbol of beekeeping.