pars Indiae cit. circa Indi fluv. ortum. Steph. Salmas. cis Indum et trans Indum simul posita, et intra ipsius Indi ostia, ad mare Indicum, multas Indiae regiones complectebatur, emporiumque habebat nominatissimum, dictum Barbaricum. Vide eum ad Solin. p. 1150. et supra, in voce Barbaricum.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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