labdanum in a sentence
- Labdanum was produced on the banks of the Mediterranean in antiquity.
- When derived from natural resins it is most often created out of labdanum.
- The most common modifiers to this basic accord include patchouli, labdanum resin.
- Others have suggested that this spice may have been labdanum, a view rejected by Maimonides.
- Its leaves yield a fragrant oleoresin known as labdanum, used in perfumes, especially as a fixative.
- Its top iris, clove, and jasmine, and its base notes vetiver, oakmoss, and labdanum.
- Labdanum was often made into incense cakes for temple offerings as well as used as a fixative in perfumes.
- Saadya's translation for Shecheleth was the Arabic " Ladana, " and ladana is our ladanum or labdanum.
- The " Book of Genesis " contains two mentions of labdanum being carried to Egypt from Semitic cognates.
- The labdanes were so named because the first members of the class were originally obtained from labdanum, a resin derived from rockrose plants.
- After diligent reflection on all these diverse options, there is little doubt in my mind that onycha of Exodus 30 : 34 is labdanum.
- Saadya's labdanum is not only ideally suited for use in incense, but it is also a product of the Jewish homeland ."
- However, as the original onycha of the book of Exodus, Abrahams says that, more than any other substance, " labdanum fills the bill most convincingly ."
- Benzoin resin, calamite, labdanum, and storax were ground into a powder, dissolved in rose water and put into a pan over a fire to cook together.
- One ancient Egyptian perfume formula ( 1200 BC ) consisted of Storax, Labdanum, Galbanum, Frankincense, Myrrh, Cinnamon, Cassia, Honey, Raisins .
- Natural fixatives are resinoids ( benzoin, labdanum, myrrh, olibanum, storax, tolu balsam ) and animal products ( ambergris, castoreum, musk, and civet ).
- A reference to onycha as an annual plant may be due to the practice of boiling the twigs and roots for labdanum extraction or the use of cistus roots as a medicine.
- Ancient Egyptian pharaohs used a stylised artificial labdanum-soaked goats-hair beard as one of the regalia of rulership : a clear case of associating a male attribute with leadership.
- Lucas records an instance of labdanum having been found in connection with ancient Egypt [ which ] is a specimen of Coptic incense of the seventh century from Faras near Wadi Halfa.
- Percy Newberry, a specialist of ancient Egypt, speculated that the false beard worn by Osiris and pharaohs may have originally represented a " labdanum-laden goat's beard ".
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