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MAEANDER ( Μαίανδρος, Ptol. 7.2. § § 8, 10, 11), a chain of mountains in Eastern India, comprehended, according to Ptolemy's subdivision, in the part called by him India extra Gangem. They may be best considered as an outlying spur from the Bepyrrhus M. (now Jarrow), extending in a southerly direction between the Ganges and the Doanas towards the sea coast. Their present name seems to be Muin-Mura.


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