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c.the book of the law of the aryas mentions a nation abhira.according to the aryan epics this nation possessed cows, goats, sheep, and camels.ptolemy places a land abiria at the mouth of the indus, and to this day a tribe of the name of ahir possesses the coast of the peninsula of cashtha (kattywar).[12] these abhiras may therefore have been meant by the ophir of the hebrews.it is true that the genealogical table in genesis puts ophir among the tribes which are said to spring from joktan, but no doubt it includes under the name of joktan all the nations of the southeast known to the hebrews.if the ships of hiram brought back gold in abundance from their voyages to the mouth of the indus, this can only have been conveyed to the lower indus, where there is no gold, from the upper indus, which is rich in gold, and from other upland valleys in the himalayas, where the mountain streams carry down this metal.hence about the year 1000 b.c.there must have been a lively trade between the upper and lower indus.further, if the phenicians and hebrews purchased sandalwood among the abhiras, this can only have been transported to the mouth of the indus by sea, and the coast navigation, which is rendered easy in the indian sea by the regular occurrence of the monsoons, for sandalwood nowhere flourishes except in the glowing sun of the malabar coast.whatever may have been the case with this trade, products of india, and among them such as do not belong to the land of the indus, were exported from the land about 1000 b.c., under names given to them by the aryas, and therefore the aryas must have been settled there for centuries previously.for this reason, and it is confirmed by facts which will appear further on, we may assume that the aryas descended into the valley of the indus about the year 2000 b.c., _i.e._ about the time when the kingdom of elam was predominant in the valley of the euphrates and tigris, when assyria still stood under the dominion of babylon, and the kingdom of memphis was ruled by the hyksos.we have no further accounts from the west about the aryas till the year 500 b.c., and later.it is not improbable that the arms of cyrus reached the indus.the astacenes and assacanes are said to have been subject to the medes after the assyrians; then cyrus, the son of cambyses, imposed tribute upon them.[13] as cyrus subjugated bactria, fought in arachosia, and marched through gedrosia, we may assume that he compelled the nations of the aryas on the right bank of the indus to pay tribute.it was in conflict with the derbiccians, to whom the indians sent elephants as auxiliaries, that cyrus, according to the account of ctesias, was slain.darius, as herodotus tells us, sent messengers to explore the land of the indus.setting out from arachosia, they proceeded from caspapyrus (kaçpapura), a city which, according to hecatæus, belonged to the gandarii[14]_i.e._ without doubt from kabura (cabul) down the indus to the sea.according to herodotus account the gandarii, together with the arachoti and sattagydæ, paid 170 talents of gold yearly; the rest of the indians paid a larger tribute than any other satrapy360 talents of gold.[15] the indians who paid this tribute were, according to herodotus, the most northerly and the most warlike of this great nation.they dwelt near the city of caspapyrus, _i.e._ near cabul; their mode of life was like that of the bactrians, and they obtained the gold from a sandy desert, where ants, smaller than dogs, but larger than foxes, dug up the golddust.[16] darius tells us himself, in the inscriptions of persepolis, that the gandarii and the indians were subject to him.like herodotus, these inscriptions comprise the tribes of the aryas on the right bank of the indus as far down as cabul under the name of indians, so that the açvakas were included among them.the gandarii, as is shown by their vicinity to and connection with the arachoti, lay to the south of cabul.in the epos of the indians the daughter of the king of the gandharas is married to the king of the bharatas, who lie between the yamuna and the ganges, and the buddhist writings speak of the brahmans of the gandarii as the worst in india.[17] in the campaign of xerxes, herodotus separates the gandarii from the rest of the indians who are subject to the persian kingdom.the first, he says, were armed like the bactrians; with the rest marched the ethiopians of the east, equipped almost like the indians; but on their heads they had the skins of horses heads, with the ears and mane erect, and their shields were made from the skins of cranes.these ethiopians of the east were not distinguished from the others in form and character, but by their language and hair.the libyan ethiopians, _i.e._ the negroes, had the curliest hair of all men; but the hair of the eastern branch was straight.[18] we have already observed that now, as in the days of xerxes, remains of the darkcoloured prearyan population of india are found on the right bank of the indus (p.10).of the indians who never obeyed darius,[19] herodotus tells us that they lived the furthest to the east of all the nations about which anything definite was known.still further in that direction were sandy deserts.the indians were the largest of all nations, and the indus was the only river beside the nile in which crocodiles are found (they are alligators)

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