The famous site of Aï Khanoum is located on the Ochus; until 2002 a general misunderstanding among historians was to make the Ochus the eastern part of the Oxus, and not one of its tributaries, which had several consequences on the allocation of ancient towns' names in the area, especially for Aï Khanoum.
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