LAMPATAE or LAMPAGAE (Λαμπάται or Λαμπᾶγαι, Ptol. 7.1.42), a small tribe who lived among the offshoots of the Imaus, in the NW. part of India, about the sources of the Choes (now Kameh), which is itself a tributary of the Kâbul river. [V]
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