Eth. PANTHIALAEI (Eth. Πανθιαλαῖοι, Hdt. 1.125), one of the tribes of ancient Persis mentioned by Herodotus. Nothing is known of them beyond what he states, that they pursued husbandry as their occupation. [V]
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