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1 Asia Minor more particularly.
3 The organs of taste and of smell.
4 We have this fact alluded to in the works of Plautus, Juvenal, Martial, and Ælian. The Greeks were particularly fond of mixing myrrh with their wine. Nard wine is also mentioned by Plautus. Miles Gl. iii. 2, 11.
5 Or Lucius Plautius Plancus. He was proscribed by the triumvirs, with the sanction of his brother. In consequence of his use of perfumes, the place of his concealment "got wind;" and in order to save his slaves, who were being tortured to death because they would not betray him, he voluntarily surrendered himself.
6 Attaching to the triumvirate.
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