Paishiyâuvâdâ: the town where the Magian Gaumâta raised a rebellion against the Persian king Cambyses, who was in Egypt or Syria (Spring 522). According to the Behistun inscription, Paishiyâuvâdâ was close to 'the mountain named Arakadriš'. These places cannot be located with certainty, but since the town has a different name in the Elamite text of the Behistun inscription (Nasirma), we may assume that it was on the border between Elam and Persia. (If it had been a purely Persian town, it would have kept its Persian name in the translation.)