DAETICHAE (Δαιτῖχαι, Ptol. 7.1.51), a tribe of “India intra Gangem,” to the N. of the Ganges, and apparently seated among the spurs of the Himalaya mountains. They may have occupied the western portion of Nipál. [V]
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