The generals were murdered on the banks of the Zabatus (Anabasis, l. ii. [c. v. 1] p. 156,1. iii. [c. iii. 6] p. 226), or Great Zab, a river of Assyria, 400 feet broad, which falls into the Tigris fourteen hours below Mosul. The error of the Greeks bestowed on the Great and Lesser Zab the names of the Wolf (Lycus) and the Goat (Capros). They created these animals to attend the Tiger of the East.