, Ptol. 7.1.89
There are two places of this name mentioned in the accounts of ancient India: one described by Ptolemy (l.c.
) as βασίλειον Πανδίονος,
the Palace of King Pandion; and the other as Μόδουρα ἡ τῶν Θεῶν,
the Sacred Modoura (7.1.50).
The former of these towns was in the southern part of Hindostân,
and is most probably the present ruined city, Madura;
the second was in the land of the Caspeiraei in the NW. part of India, either on the frontier or in the Panjáb.
Its exact position cannot now be determined.