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He convincingly fixed it at Sirjan on the western border of the modern Kerman Province.
If Pathienas can be equated with the Panthialaioi then it would place another of the clans pretty far to the east of Persis, settling down along the migration route from Central Asia.
They settled to the east of ancient Elam during the period of instability and migration which occurred throughout the Middle East between 1200-900 BC.
During this same period other tribal groups such as the Aramaeans and the Sea Peoples were causing chaos further west.
Noted later by Herodotus (and therefore given with the Greek forms of their names alone), these ten clans existed around the mid-sixth century, when the Parsua were fighting to end Median vassalage.
The Persians (or Parsu, Parsua, Parsuash, Parsumash, from which the modern Fārs gained its name) were a later grouping of Indo-Europeans who migrated, probably along the River Oxus for part of its length, into Iran.This had emerged between roughly 2200-1700 BC in Central Asia in modern Turkmenistan and towards the Oxus.Although this was originally an indigenous culture, it was almost certainly subject to a slow 'invasion' of Indo-European tribes in much the same way as the Pelasgians of Greece were largely subsumed by the Mycenaeans.With the Sagartioi residing in Drangiana, the Karmana in Carmania, and the remaining Parsua in Persis, a clear migratory path onto Iran can be discerned.A basic study of Iran from the Roman itineraries by Tomaschek noted Pantyene/Pathienas as the first station (at sixty parasangs, 322 kilometres, two hundred miles) on the route from Persepolis to the Ichthyophagi (Fish-Eaters, on the Persian Gulf coastline).