Baldwin, M. W. (ed.) / Volume I: The first hundred years
Gazetteer and note on maps, pp. 626-666 PDF (1.3 MB)
GAZETTEER 637 Corinth; Korinthos (Greek; now Palaiá Kórinthos: Old Corinth): town — 13e3, 2. Corsica; Corse (French): island — Fd, I, 2. Corvey (French), Korvey (German): abbey at Höxter 45 miles west of Goslar. Corycus (classical), Gorigos (West Armenian), Korgos (Turkish): port, now unimportant — K5e4, 3. Coucy-le-Chateau (French): village 15 miles west of Laon. Courtenay (French): village 40 miles ssw of Provins. Covadonga (Spanish): battlefield — Didz, i. Coxon (medieval), Cocussus (classical), Gogison (West Armenian), Göksun (Turkish): town — L2e2, 3, 7. Crac — see Krak. Cracow; Kraków (Polish): town — H5b5, 2. Craon (French): town 33 miles NW of Angers. Cremona (Italian): town — G1c5, I. Cres: island — see Cherso. Crete; Candia (medieval), Krete (medieval Greek), KrIti (modern Greek): island—IJe, 2, 3, 7, 8, ii. Croatia; Meran (medieval), Hrvatska (Croatian): region north of Dalmatia — Hcd, 2. Cursat: town — see Qusair. Cydnus (classical), Tarsus (-Chayl) (Turkish): river flowing past Tarsus. Cyprus; Kypros or Kipros (Greek), Kibris (Turkish): island — Kef, 3, 7, 8, 9, 10, II. Cyrrhus (classical), Gouris (West Armenian), Quri~ (Arabic), Corice (medieval): town, now unimportant — L2e4, 5, 9. Cyrus (classical), Kura (modern): river — N5e1, 3, 4. Dailam (Persian): district of northern Persia — N4e3, 3, 4. Dalmatia; Dalmacija (Croatian): coastal region east of the Adriatic — Hd, z. Damascus; Dimashq or ash-Sha'm (Arabic: the left): city — Lzfz, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, II, 12, 13, 14. Damietta; Dimya~ (Arabic): port — K2f4, 3. Dan: village — see Tall al-Qaçli. Dandanqan or Dandangan (Persian): village — Q2e3, 4. Danelaw: region of NE England. Dãnith (Arabic): village — L2e5, ~, 8. Daniyah: port — see Denia. Danmark: region — see Denmark. Danube: river — ~ I, 2, 3. Daphne (classical), Bait al-Ma' (Arabic: house of the water): town — L2e4, 5. Dara (classical), Dãrã (Arabic): town — M1e3, 3. Daraiya (Arabic): village — Lzfz, 6. Darb Sarmadã (Arabic): pass north of Sarmadã. Darband: town — see Derbent. Darbsak (Arabic), Trapesac (medieval): town, now unimportant — L2e4, 5, 14. Dardanelles; Hellespontus (classical), Chanakkale Boghazi (Turkish): strait — Jzd5, 3. Darsous: city — see Tarsus. Dartmouth: port — D2b5, i. Darum or Daron (classical), ad-Darum (Arabic): town, now unimportant — K5f4, 6. Deabolis or Diabolis (medieval): town, now abandoned, on Devol river 30 miles south of Ochrida.
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