Baldwin, M. W. (ed.) / Volume I: The first hundred years
Gazetteer and note on maps, pp. 626-666 PDF (1.3 MB)
GAZETTEER 635 Caesarea-Philippi: town — see Banyas. Caiffa or Caiphas: port — see Haifa. Cairo; al-Qahirah (Arabic): city — K2f5, 2, 3, 7, 8. Calabria (Italian): region of sw Italy — He, 2. Cambrai (French): town 22 miles ESE of Arras. Campania (Latin, Italian): region around Naples. Candia: medieval name for Crete. Cangas de Onis (Spanish): village — C5dz, i. Cannae (classical): village — H2d4, 2. Canosa (Italian): town — Hzd4, 2. Canossa (Italian): town, now unimportant — Gidi, i, ~. Cantabria: region of northern Spain. Cantabrian Mountains; Cordillera Cantábrica (Spanish) — Cd, i. Canterbury: town 55 miles ESE of London. Capharda: village — see Kafartãb. Cappadocia (classical): region of central Anatolia — KLe, 3. Capua (Italian): town — G5d4, 2. Carcassonne (French): town — E3dz, I. Carentan (French): town — D4c1, i. Caria (classical): region of sw Anatolia — Je, 2, 3. Carinthia; Kärnten (German): region of the upper Drava — Gc, I, 2. Carmel, Mount; Jabal Mar Ilyas (Arabic: Mount St. Elias) — K5f3, 6. Carpathians: mountain range — Ic, 2, 3. Carrhae: town — see Harran. Carthage; Carthago (Latin): town — G1e4, 2. Caspian Sea — NOde, 3, 4. Cassandria; Cassandrea, Pallene, or Potidaea (classical), Kassándra or Potldhaia (modern Greek): peninsula south of Thessalonica. Castello: district on lagoon of Venice — see Olivola. Castile; Badulia (classical), Castilla (Spanish): region of north central Spain — D2d4, i. Castillon (French): town ~ç miles SSW of Toulouse. Castoria (medieval), Celetrum (classical), Kastorla (modern Greek): town — I2d5, 2. Castra Comnenon: town — see Kastamonu. Castrum Cepha: town — see Ui~n Kaifã. Catalonia; Catalufla (Spanish), Catalunya (Catalan): region of NE Spain — Ed, i. Catania (Italian): town — H1e3, 2. Caucasus; Kavkaz (Russian): mountain range — MNd, 3, 4. ~echy: region — see Bohemia. Celetrum: town — see Castoria. Central Asia: region stretching north and east from Turkestan. Cephalonia; Kephallenia (ancient Greek), Kephallönia (medieval Greek), Kefallinla (modern Greek): island — Iie2, 2. Cerami (Italian): town — G5e3, 2. Cerdagne (French): district north of the Pyrenees — Ed, i. Cerep: fortress — see al-Athãrib. Ceuta (Spanish), Septa (classical), Sabtah (Arabic): port — C5e5, I. Cevennes (French): mountains — Ed, i. Chabannes (French): village near Limoges. Chahan: river — see Pyramus. Chaise-Dieu (French): village zo miles NNW of Le Puy. Chalcedon (classical), Kalkhëdön (ancient Greek), Khalkëdön (medieval Greek), Kadiköy (Turkish): town — J5d~, 3. Chalcis ad Belum: town — see Qinnasrin.
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