(τὸ Σούχου φρουρίον
, Strab. xvi. p.770
), the SUCHIM of the Hebrews (2 Chron.
12.3), and the modern Suachim,
was a harbour on the western coast of the Red Sea, just above the bay of Adule, lat. 16° N.
It was occupied by the Aegyptians and Greeks successively as a fort and trading station; but the native population of Suche were the Sabae Aethiopians.