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DAE´DALA (Δαιδάλα, Ptol. 7.1.49), a town or district of “India intra Gangem,” E. of the Indus, and between that river and the M. Vindios (Vindhya Mts.), the territory of the Caspiraeans. Curtius would seem to place it on the W. of the Indus (8.10.19), and the same view is taken by Justin, if his Montes Daedali refer to this place (12.7). Stephanus simply notices the existence of a place of this name in India.


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