Boiled tree-sap used for waterproofing.

A thick, dark, resinous substance made by over‑boiling the sap of gowfer trees.
Used as preservative for reed vessels and as fuel for lighting. When dry, it does not ignite easily unless first heated. Turpentine distilled from it may be wicked in a lamp.


Discovered by Noa’s father Lamek, son of Mati.


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Lost World Tributes

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