a kind of linen, which took its name from the tribe
which produced it, the Cadurci, who inhabited the district now called le
Quercy in Guienne (Strabo iv. p.191
). It was especially esteemed for
bedding (Plin. Nat. 19.13
; Juv. 6.537
), and also used for garments (Plin. Nat. 19.8
), bandages (Sulpicia ap.
Schol. Juv. l.c.
), tents (Plin. l.c.;