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  India   - a country in southern Asia
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  + Indian , Indians , Indica
324/6 Calanus, an Indian sage accompanying Alexander, commits suicide.
317/23 heir armies: the wife of the Indian general Ceteus is burnt on his
317/27 Sandracottus frees India from Macedonian control.
304/15 Fighting between Seleucus and the Indian king Sandracottus.
297/2 voyage of Euhemerus in the Indian Ocean, in which he discovers the
297/13 Sandracottus conquers most of India.
297/14 Megasthenes stays in India as Seleucus' ambassador to Sandracottus.
281/30 Seleucus unsuccessfully attempts to transplant Indian perfume trees.
281/32 explorations of Demodamas, along the river Jaxartes and in India.
267/4 figs, and a sophist from the Indian king "Amitrochates" ( Bindusara
258/18 bilingual inscription of the Indian emperor Asoka at Kand
246/25 eus sends Dionysius as ambassador to the court of the king of India.
246/33 Antiochus encourages exploration of the Indian Ocean.
206/16 Antiochus reaches India.
190/32 Menander, the future Greek king of India, in a town called Kalasi.
169/13 Demetrius of Bactria conquers part of India.
147/9 large areas of Media and the East, as far as the borders of India.
130/26 The widespread conquests of Menander in India.
130/28 The cities of India honour Menander after his death.
116/4 The first voyage of Eudoxus, sailing from Egypt to India.
63/68 Pompeius investigates the trade routes to India.
62/37 Metellus Celer meets some Indian traders in Gaul.
Arrianus,- ARRIANUS, Indica
    Within translations:
Arrian:Fr_9 the son of Agenor the part of India bordering on Parapami
Athen_01.18 ocottus, the king of the Indians, sent to Seleucus; which
Athen_04.153 the second book of his Indian History, says - "Among the
Athen_05.200 urn of Dionysus from the Indians was represented, there
Athen_05.205 the columns were all made of Indian stone. And near to
Athen_10.438 saying that he turned to Indian revellings and drunkenness
Athen_12.538 to it; and also some of the Indian tribes did so. And
Athen_12.539 pes made of emeralds and Indian carbuncles, and all sorts
Athen_13.606 the wife of the king of India, when dying, entrusted her
Athen_14.631 portray Dionysus and the Indians, and the story of Pentheu
Athen_14.652 ochates, the king of the Indians, wrote to Antiochus, entr
Diod_33.18 before him, as far as to India, where Porus reigned former
Ennius:Ann_513 earlier [than Vergilius] of Indians. [514-15] PRISCIANU
Euseb]:Chron_49 the fourth book of his Indian History, in which he tries
Euseb]:Chron_55 of Asia, except for the Indians; [p57] and she died in
Euseb]:Chron_59 ion into the land of the Indians, how she was defeated and
Euseb]:Chron_63 itants of Asia, except for the Indians. It can be shown
ExcBarb_33A ians and Porus the king of the Indians. He conquered all
ExcBarb_33B Caspian Gates He gave India around the river Hydaspes
ExcBarb_34A rule over the part of India which extends beyond the
Festus:Brev.19 first received a legation of Indians. [20] Nero, the vil
Festus:Brev.20 nder, even reached the ends of India. He established a fle
Hieron:Chron_1690 . [1690] Alexander's war in India against Porus and Tax
Hieron:Chron_1991 [not in Ar.] The Indians sent envoys to Augustus to ask
Julian:Caes_324 conquered not only Persia but India too. After that do
Julian:Caes_331 when you were wounded in India, and Peucestes lay near you
Just_1.2 she even made war upon India, into which no prince, exce
Just_12.10 his friends as governor of the Indians on the coast. As
Just_12.7 then marched into India, that he might have his empire
Just_12.8 was one of the kings of India, named Porus, equally disti
Just_15.4 made an expedition into India, which, after the death of
Just_28.2 nquered the Persians and Indians, and when all trembled
Just_30.4 Persians, Bactrians, and Indians, and all Asia to the utmo
Just_13.4 ia, and the countries of India, the present governors were
Just_13.5 nder, on his return from India, had written certain letter
Just_41.6 rancae, the Arei and the Indians, they were at last overco
Lucian:Macr_4 so-called Brahmins in India, men scrupulously attentive
Malal_194 uered all the regions of India and their kingdoms; and he
NicDam_130.95 lms of the Parthians and Indians, so that, with them also
OGIS_186 (62)   and strategos of the Indian and Red Sea, have come
OGIS_54 (c. 246)   ese countries and of Indian elephants,and having ma
Phylarch_35 root was brought from India, which they chopped up and
Plut:Demetr_7 ions which bordered upon India, and the provinces about
Plut:Demetr_32 eady commanded Asia from India to the Syrian Sea, how sord
Plut:Eum_1 the sole direction of an Indian expedition ; and upon the
Plut:Mor_181 ook captive an excellent Indian archer who said he could
Polyaen_* 01.1.1-3 * the cities during his Indian expedition, Dionysus dress
Polyaen_01.3.4 conquerors. & In India Heracles adopted a daughter, whom
Polyaen_04.6.3 Antigonus ordered the Indians, when they trained up the
Polyaen_04.21.1 from Africa, and partly from India, through Antiochus
Polyaen_08.50.1 whole country from Taurus to India, without a single eng
Porph:Fr_41 wards he conquered India and founded the city of Alexandri
Poseidon_98 west, although in the east the Indian region is broader.
Poseidon_100 line of argument that India has the advantage of being
PsCallisth_2.7 tries of Bactrians, and of the Indians, and the palace of
PsCallisth_2.12 ied: "Poros, king of the Indians, sends greetings to Dariu
PsCallisth_2.22 made an expedition against the Indians. Greek version
PsCallisth_2.40 nquer Porus, king of the Indians.' And having said this,
PsCallisth_3.1 rmy and went straight to India, upon learning that Porus
PsCallisth_3.17 ing experiences in the land of India. For when we came to
PsCallisth_3.22 of which were of shiny black Indian wood. And there were
PsCallisth_3.25 we made an expedition to the Indians and we found their
PsCallisth_3.28 reen stone and the wall was of Indian stone. In the centre
PsCallisth_3.33 nder appoints as king of India, the part lying along the
StephByz_70 }, on the coasting voyage to India. A city in Opianē

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