Table of contents for Figs, dates, laurel, and myrhh : plants of the Bible and the Quran / Lytton John Musselman ; foreword by Garrison Keillor.

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Contents
Foreword by Garrison Keillor
Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Map: Ancient Lands of the Bible and the Qu¿ran
Acacia
Almond
Almug
Aloeswood
Apple
Barley
Beans
Bitter Herbs
Black Cumin
Bramble
Broom
Calamus
Cane
Caper
Carob
Cattail
Cedar of Lebanon
Cinnamon
Coriander
Cotton
Crown of Thorns
Cucumber
Cumin
Cypress
Date Palm
Dill
Ebony
Fig
Flax
Flower of the Field
Frankincense
Galbanum
Gall
Garlic
Ginger
Gourd
Grape
Henna
Hyssop
Ivy
Ladanum
Laurel
Leek
Lentil
Lily of the Field
Mandrake
Mint
Mulberry
Mustard
Myrrh
Myrtle
Nard
Nettle
Oak
Olive
Onion
Papyrus
Pine
Pistachio
Plane 
Pomegranate
Poplar
Reed
Rose
Rose of Sharon
Rue
Saffron
Sycomore
Tamarisk
Tares
Terebinth
Thistle
Thornbush
Thyine
Tumbleweed
Walnut
Watermelon
Wheat
Wild Greens
Willow
Wormwood
References
Index to Verses in the Bible and the Qu¿ran
Index 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Plants in the Bible.
Plants in the Koran.