: the reading Ἅρπαγος
, in Diod. 14.29
, is faulty), a river which the Ten Thousand crossed (400 feet broad) from the territory of the Chalybes, who were, separated from the Scythini by this, river. (Xen. Anab. 4.7. 17
) This, river, which has been identified by several writers with the Arpa-Châï,
a northern affluent of the Araxes, and forming the E. boundary of Kars,
is more probably represented by the Tchórúk-Sú (Jorák),
as Colonel Chesney (Exped. Euphrat.
vol. ii. p. 231) and Mr. Grote (Hist. of Greece,
vol. ix. p. 161) suppose.