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λι^βα^νωτός , , also Men.Sam.Fr.1:—
A.frankincense, the gum of the tree λίβανος, used to burn at sacrifices, Xenoph.1.7, Hdt.1.183, 2.40, 86, Ar.Nu.426, V.96, Ra.871, Thphr.HP4.4.14, etc.; “λ. ὑπὲρ αὐτῶν ἐπιτιθέναιAntipho 1.18: called, when in small pieces, “χόνδρος λιβανωτοῦLuc.Sat.16; when pounded, “μάννα λιβανωτοῦGp.6.6.1; cf. λιβανομάννα: the best kind was “λ. ἄρρηνDsc.1.68, Alciphr. 2.4.
2. = λίβανος 1, Thphr.HP9.1.6.
II. the frankincensemarket, Eup.304, Chamael. ap. Ath.9.374b.
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