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GLAUCANITAE or GLAUSAE (Γλαυκανῖται, or Γλαῦσαι, Arrian, 5.20), the name of a people conquered by Alexander during his Indian expedition. They appear to have lived near the banks of the Hydaspes. Alexander gave their country to Porus. Arrian says that the name is written Glaucanicae by Aristobulus, and Glausae by Ptolemy.


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