These are the distances which he gives.
|From the Caspian Sea to the Cyrus about||1800|
|Thence to the Caspian Gates||5600|
|Thence to Alexandreia in the territory of the Arii||6400|
|Thence to the city Bactra, which is called also Zariaspa||3870|
|Thence to the river Iaxartes, which Alexander reached, about||5000|
|Making a total of||22,670|
He also assigns the following distances from the Caspian
Gates to India.
|To Alexandreia2 in the country of the Arii (Ariana)||4530|
|Thence to Prophthasia3 in Dranga4 (or according to others 1500）||1600|
|Thence to the city Arachoti5||4120|
|Thence to Ortospana on the three roads from Bactra6||2000|
|Thence to the confines of India||1000|
|Which together amount to||15,3007|
We must regard as continuous with this distance, in a straight
line, the length of India, reckoned from the Indus to the,
Thus much then respecting the Sacæ.