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Δάαι). A great Scythian people (Plin. H. N. vi. 19), who led a nomadic life over a great extent of country, on the east of the Caspian, in Hyrcania (which still bears the name of Daghestan), on the banks of the Margus, the Oxus, and even the Iaxartes. Some of them served as cavalry and as archers under Darius Codomannus and Alexander.

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