Akkadian Empire (5.000 year ago)

ladunu, ladanu are Akkadian works.

lab·da·num (lbd-nm) also lad·a·num (ldn-m)
A resin of certain Old World plants of the genus Cistus, yielding a fragrant essential oil used in flavorings and perfumes.
[Middle English, from Medieval Latin lapdanum, labdanum, alteration of Latin ldanum, from Greek ldanon, ldanon, from ldon, *ldon, rockrose, of Semitic origin; akin to Akkadian ladinnu, ladunu, an aromatic.]

labdanum [ˈlæbdənəm], ladanum

(Chemistry / Elements & Compounds) a dark resinous juice obtained from various rockroses of the genus Cistus, used in perfumery and in the manufacture of fumigants and medicinal plasters
[Latin, from Greek ladanon, from lēdon rockrose, from Semitic]