Ganges - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a river in India
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rising from wells the Ganges, the river of India, is
prawns ascend the river Ganges from the sea and have claw
so much that in the Ganges they have the greatest of
are the Acesinus and the Ganges, and of all the lands
Eleutherus, in India the Ganges ; owing to whom the whole
Gangetic nard: 60 boxes, of which likewise the price is
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