Nard, Guia de Aranjuez, su historia y description (Madrid, 1851), (illustrated); Alvarez de Quindos, Descripcion historica del real bosque y casa de Aranjuez (Madrid, 1804).
3 Mt nard, La Mythologie dans l'Art, p. 388.
Saliunca (Celtic, nard) was a common growth, as in Noricum.
Gold and salt were also found in considerable quantities; the plant called saliunca (the wild or Celtic nard) grew in abundance, and was used as a perfume (Pliny, Nat.
Again The pistachio tree is so called because the shell of its fruit gives forth the scent of pure nard.
pistachio tree is so called because the shell of its fruit gives forth the scent of pure nard.
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