Siraces   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Siraces   - a Sarmatian tribe, living to the east of the Black Sea
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Wikipedia entry
310/28 acking Aripharnes, king of the Siraces, and is succeeded by Eumelus.
    Within translations:
Polyaen_08.26.1 nce of the revolt of the Siraces while she was in her

  Siraces 2   - a stable-keeper, who saved the Sacae by misleading king Dareius
Polyaen_07.12.1 to support of Dareius. [12] & Siraces. When Dareius attac


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