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Moschi [1]

is the name given to an ancient people of Asia, south of the Caucasus, whose territory at the time of Augustus was divided between Colchis, Tiberia, and Armenia, and from whom a mountain range, extending from the Caucasus to the-Antitaurus, received the name of the Moschi Mountains. Their name, in the early classical writers, frequently appears coupled with that of the Tibareni, and the two tribes are generally identified with the Meshech (q.v.) and Tubal (q.v.) of Scripture.