or Seleucia on the Eulaeus (Karun) Iran.
The very ancient site of Susa on the Eulaeus
river, renamed in Seleucid times. In that period a small
Achaemenid palace was drastically restored, and excavations there have brought to light ten stone pedestals
of bronze statues, some with Greek inscriptions, part of
a female torso in Greek marble, and smaller fragments of statues.
R. Ghirshman, Iran from the Earliest
Times to the Islamic Conquest
D. N. WILBER