IX. Sakastana

F. W. Thomas
1906 Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain & Ireland  
The earliest references to the Śakas have been so often discussed that it would seem scarcely worth while to seek for further information in them (seeRawlinson'sHerodotus, 1880, iv, pp. 200 sqq.). But the passages in Herodotus and the inscriptions of Darius have suggested to me a doubt which I should like to submit for consideration.
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