Areca/Betel and Cloves in a Twelfth-Century Chinese Treatise

Fig. 1 — A map showing the location of Guilin in modern Guangxi Province, China.
Fig. 2 — Areca nuts, whole and halved. Photo credit: Henryk Kotowski.

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