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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.