, Arrian Ind. chap. 38
), a river of Persis, to which Nearchus came in his celebrated coasting voyage.
It is in all probability the same as that called by Pliny Sitiogagus (6.23. s. 26); although his statement that, from its mouth, an ascent could be made to Pasargada in 7 days, is manifestly erroneous.
There is no reason to doubt that it is at present represented by a stream called Sita-Rhegián.
(Vincent, Voy. of Nearchus,
i. p. 385; D'Anville, Aém. de l'Acad.
xxx. p. 158; Ritter, Erdkunde,
vii. p. 763.)