- an archaeological site near Rawalpindi, Pakistan: ruins of three successive cities on the same site, dating from about the 7th century b.c. to about the 7th century a.d.; Buddhist center.
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Taxila seems to have been situated at some distance to the east of Attock.
Even before he reached this river, he had built vessels which he had sent down the Kophenes to Taxila.
Between the Indus and the Hydaspes is Taxila, a large city, and governed by good laws.
Aristobulus relates also some strange and unusual customs of the people of Taxila.
Alexander had left behind a mixed force of Greeks and Indians at Taxila.