Terebinth or turpentine tree, small deciduous tree ( Pistacia terebinthus ) of the family Anacardiaceae ( sumac family), native to the Mediterranean region. It yielded probably the earliest-known form of turpentine, said to have been used in medicine by the ancient Greeks. The yield of the terebinth is now called Chian, Scio, or Cyprian turpentine.

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 It is beneath the terebinths of Mamre, where Abraham set up his tent, that we discover the spiritual genesis of the hospital. [Genesis 18:1, see also Genesis 13:18]

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"...thickets there were of tamarisk and pungent terebinth, of olive..." [Back to Herblore]