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Saksin

 

a major trading city at the mouth of the Volga River, mentioned by Arab geographers of the tenth through the 14th century. Its exact location is unknown. Some scholars believe that it is the same city as Itil’, mentioned earlier in ancient sources. Others believe that it was located on the site of Sarai-Batu or Sarai-Berke.