Baldwin, M. W. (ed.) / The first hundred years
Gazetteer and Note on Maps, pp. 626-666 PDF (12.6 MB)
646 GAZETTEER al-KhawãbI (Arabic), Coible (medieval): fortress — L2f1, 5. Kherson (medieval Russian), Chersonesus Heracleotica (classical), Korsun (Slavic): port, now ruined (not modern Kherson on the Dnieper) — K4di, 2, 3. Khilãt or Khlat: town — see Akhlat. Khonaz: village — see Chonae. Khonaz (Daghi): mountain south of Chonae — see Cadmus. Khorezm; Chorasmia (classical), Khwãrizm (Persian): region at mouth of the Oxus River — Qid3, 4. Khunãsirah or Khanä~ir (Arabic): town — L3e5, 5. Khurasan; Khorãsan (Persian): region of NE Persia — PQe, ~ misapplied to Pontus in the medieval period. Khuzistan; Susiana (classical), Khflzistãn (Persian, Arabic): region of sw Persia — Nf, 4. Kibris or Kipros: island — see Cyprus. Kiev (Russian): city — K1b5, 2. Kir-hareseth: fortress, now town — see Kerak. Kirman: region and town of southern Persia — see Kerman. Kizil (Irmak): river — see Halys. Kola (medieval), Kogh (East Armenian), Göle (Turkish): town — M3d5, ~. Köln: city — see Cologne. Konstanz: town — see Constance. Konya: city — see Iconium. Korgos: port — see Corycus. Korinthos: town — see Corinth. Korsun: port, now ruined — see Kherson. Korvey: abbey—see Corvey. Kozan: town — see Sis. Krak de Montréal (medieval), ash-Shaubak (Arabic): fortress — Lif5, ~, 8, ~, 10, II, 12, 13, 14. Krak des Chevaliers (medieval), IIi~n al-Akrãd (Arabic: stronghold of the Kurds): fortress—L2f1, 5, II, 12, 13, 14. Krak des Moabites or Krak of Moab: fortress — see Kerak. Krakow: town — see Cracow. Kret~ or KrIti: island — see Crete. Kufa; al-KUfah (Arabic): town — M5f3, ~. Külek (or Gülek) Boghazi: pass — see Cilician Gates. Kura: river — see Cyrus. Kurdistan; Kurdistãn (Persian, Arabic): region between Armenia and Persia —MNe, 3. Kyburg (German): village 45 miles south of Strassburg. Kypros: island — see Cyprus. La Châtre (French): town 45 miles ssw of Bourges. La Fère (French): village 14 miles NW of Laon. La Ferté (French): village 32 miles NW of Chartres. La Fève: village — see al-Ffllah. La Garde-Freinet (French), Fraxinetum (classical), Fraxinet (medieval): fortress —Fzdz, I, 2. La Garnache (French): village 75 miles sw of Angers. La Portelle: pass — see Syrian Gates. Labe: river — see Elbe. Ladder of Tyre: ascent south of Tyre. al-Ladhiqiyah: port — see Latakia. Lagery (French): village i~. miles west of Rheims.
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