, Ptol. 7.1
. § § 4, 62), a rich commercial district on the extreme of India, described by Ptolemy as being between Syrastrene and Ariaca, and having for its chief town Barygaza (Beroach
), the emporium of all the surrounding country.
It must, therefore, have comprehended considerable part of Gúzerat,
and some of the main land of India, between the gulf of Barygaza and the Namadus or Nerbudda.
Ptolemy considered Larice to have been part of Indo-Scythia (7.1.62), the Scythian tribes having in his day reached the sea coast in that part of India.