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UXENTUS (τὸ Οὔξεντον, Ptol. 7.1. § § 24, 76), a chain of mountains in the Deccan of India, between lat. 22° and 24° and long. 136° and 143°, probably those called Gondwana. They formed the watershed of several rivers which flowed into the Bay of Bengal, as the Adamas, Dosaron and Tyndis.


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