Baldwin, M. W. (ed.) / The first hundred years
Gazetteer and Note on Maps, pp. 626-666 PDF (12.6 MB)
648 GAZETTEER I Lopadium (classical), Ulubad (Turkish): town — J4d5, 3, ii. Lorraine (French), Lothringen (German): region of eastern France — EFc, i, 2. Lorto (Italian): village near Civita Vecchia. Low Countries: region of the lower Rhine, modern Belgium and Netherlands. Lower Lorraine: district of southern Belgium. Lübeck (German): city, port — G1b2, I, 2. Lubnãn: region north of Palestine — see Lebanon. Lucca (Italian): town — Gid2, i. al-Ludd: town — see Lydda. Luik: city — see Liege. Lund (Swedish): city — G4a5, I, 2. Luni (Italian): town — Gidi, 2. Lusignan (French): town 17 miles sw of Poitiers. Lusitania (classical): ancient name for Portugal. Lychnidus: town — see Ochrida. Lydda; Saint George (medieval), al-Ludd (Arabic): town — K5f4, 6. Lyons; Lyon (French): city — E5c5, I. Maarrat_an~Numan (Arabic): town — L2e5, 5, 7, 8, 10. Macarrat~Misrin (Arabic): town — L2e4, 5. Maas: river — see Meuse. Macedonia: region around Vardar river — Id, 2. Macon (French): town i ~ miles SE of Cluny. al-Madinah: city — see Medina. Madon: village — see Hattin. Maeander (classical), Buyuk Menderes (Turkish): river — J3e3, 2, 3. Magdeburg (German): town — Gzb3, I, 2. al-Maghrib a1-Aq~a: region of NW Africa — see Morocco. Maguelonne (French): port, now unimportant, io miles south of Montpellier. Magyarország: region of central Europe — see Hungary. Mahdia; al-Mahdryah (Arabic): city, port — G2e5, I, 2. Main (German): river — F4b~, I, 2. Maine (French): region of NW France — Dc, i. Mainz (German), Mayence (French): city — F4b5, I, 2. Maiyafariqin; Martyropolis (classical), Maiyafariqin (Arabic), Miyafarkin or Silvan (Turkish): town—M2e2, ~, 8, ~, 10, II, 12, 13. al-Majdal (Arabic: the place of contention): plain north of Ascalon. Makkah: city — see Mecca. Malaga; Málaga (Spanish), Malaqah (Arabic): city, port — D1e4, I. Malatya or Mala~iyah: city — see Melitene. Malazgirt or Malazjird: town — see Manzikert. al-Mallãhah (Arabic: the salt-mine): village — L1f2, 6. Malmesbury: town 90 miles west of London. Malta; Mãlitah (Arabic): island — G5e5, 2. Mamistra (medieval), Mopsuestia (classical), Msis (Armenian), Misis (Turkish): town—L1e4, 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, II, 12, 13, 14. Mãmülah (Arabic): village — Lze4, 5. Man, Isle of— Dibi, i. Manbij (Arabic), Hierapolis (classical): town — L3e4, 5, 9, 13. al-Maniqah (Arabic): fortress — L2e5, 5. Manzala, Lake; Buhairat al-Manzalah (Arabic): lake between Tinnis and Pelusium. Manzikert; Mandzgerd (West) or Mantskert (East Armenian), Malazgirt (Turkish), Malãzjird (Arabic): town — M3ei, 3.
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