bēo-gang

bēo-gang, m.n: a swarm of bees. (BAY-oh-GAHNG / ˈbeːɔ-ˌgaŋ)

bees
British Library medieval manuscripts blog: Detail of a miniature of bees collecting nectar and returning to their hive, from a bestiary with theological texts, England, c. 1200 – c. 1210, Royal MS 12 C XIX, f. 45v.

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