Indus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a river in India
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 & The river Indus is devoid of savage creatures;
quit the Red Sea for the Indus have smooth spines, and the
inces, that on the river Indus, together with Patala, the
extends beyond the river Indus as far as the river Hydaspe
Aornus and crossed the river Indus. 113.2 .  Alexa
iled up the mouth of the river Indus with the tide. There
etween the rivers Hydaspes and Indus, Taxiles received.
17 Between the Indus River on the east and
turning post, Alexander entered the Indus River from the Ocean and
settled between the Hydaspes and Indus rivers. 12 Python, the son
between the Hydaspes and Indus rivers and extended his
against the sources of the Indus, and is enclosed by the
it is certain that the Indus is smaller than the Ganges.
and thence to the river Indus and the town of Taxilla
write that from the river Indus to the Persian and from
on the east by the Indus, on the west by the
from the Ganges to the Indus as 2100 miles.
the Hydaspes river to Indus Porus, and over the Paropan
- in documents
Kallithemis Leon son of Indos Mnesitheos son of Manti
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