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S´NDICE

S´NDICE (Σινδική, Strab. xi. pp. 492, 495, &c.), the tract of country inhabited by the Sindi, which, according to Scylax (p. 31), lay between that belonging to the Maeotae, on the Palus Maeotis, and that of the Cercetae (the modern Cherkas), and which must therefore be sought at or near the peninsula of Taman. According to Strabo (xi. p.492) it reached to the Achaei, and extended in a southerly direction from the Hypanis.

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