This is the most ancient example I could find about transplanting trees.
the same image is in wikimedia commons but not as clear.
Interesting. "By 1500 B.C. transplanting of trees in Egypt was commonplace."
Incense and myrhh trees transplanted from the land of Punt (Currently thought to be Eritria, Djibouti, part of Ethiopia, maybe Yemen) to Queen Hatshepsut's palace in Egypt.…
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