CIRRA´DAE (Κιρρᾶδαι, Ptol. 6.12.4), a tribe who lived, according to Ptolemy, along the banks of the Oxus in Sogdiana. Wilson (Ariana, pl. 164) recognises in them an Indian people called the Kirátas, foresters and mountaineers. [V]
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