The tree was the frankincense, or loblolly pine (Pinus toeda).
Finally, the Arabians brought a thousand talents of frankincense every year.
The air was cloudy with the breath of frankincense and myrrh.
I must lay my treasures at His feet, “gold, and frankincense, and myrrh.”
Opening their treasures they presented to him gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh.
He thinks it must be for frankincense, but I think it must have been for some liquid.
If she had had spices and frankincense, Sabine Bob would have offered it, on her knees.
The nave is high and airy, and the air is laden with frankincense.
The smell of blood delighted him more than frankincense or verbena.
Mahomet had formed their bodies of musk, saffron, amber, and frankincense.