, Arrian Ind. chap. 39
), a town belonging to the province of Persis, on an island formed by a channel from a river in the neighbourhood.
The whole country in its immediate neighbourhood appears to have been a peninsula, and to have borne the name in ancient times of Mesambria.
It is not easy to fix its exact position; but it could not have been far from the modern Abushir.
(Vincent, Voy. of Nearchus,
vol. i. p. 390.)