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1 The diapasmata were dry, odoriferous powders, similar to those used at the present day in sachets and scent-bags.
2 "Fæcem unguenti."
3 This word is still used in pharmacy to denote the husks or residuary matter left after the extraction of the juice.
4 See B. xxxvi. c. 12. See also Mark xiv. 7, and John xii. 3. Leaden boxes were also used for a similar purpose.
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