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“India” in Early Jewish Literature

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Several Jewish sources from late antiquity use the name India for what is patently not the country on the Asian subcontinent we call India today. In the light of Graeco-Roman usage in sources of the same period it becomes clear that the country meant is either Ethiopia or (a part of) Arabia.

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