Baldwin, M. W. (ed.) / Volume I: The first hundred years
Gazetteer and note on maps, pp. 626-666 PDF (1.3 MB)
650 GAZETTEER I Mesopotamia; al_iraq (Arabic): region between the Euphrates and Tigris rivers — Mf, ~. Messina (Italian): port — H1e2, 2. Messina, Strait of: strait between Sicily and Italy. Messines (French): village 33 miles north of Arras. Metz (French): city — F2c1, I. Meuse (French), Maas (Flemish, Dutch): river — E5b4, i. Milan; Milano (Italian): city — F5c5, I, 2. Milly (French): village 50 miles NE of Châlons. Mineo (Italian): town — G5e3, 2. Minho (Portuguese), Mifio (Spanish): river — Cad3, i. Mirabel (medieval): crusader castle 9 miles NNE of Lydda. Miseno, Cape: point west of Naples. Misilmeri (Italian): town — G4e2, 2. Misis: town — see Mamistra. Mi~r: region of NE Africa — see Egypt. Mi~yaf: fortress — see Ma~yaf. Miyafarkin: town — see Maiyafariqin. Modena (Italian): town 24 miles wr~w of Bologna. Modica (Italian): town — G5e4, 2. Moissac (French): town — Eadi, i. Molesme (French): village 6~ miles NW of Dijon. Monastir; Bitolj (Serbian): town — Izd~., 2. Mondego (Portuguese): river — C2d5, I. Monferrato: district — see Montferrat. Mons (French), Bergen (Flemish): city 45 miles south of Ghent. Mons Pelegrinus: hill — see Pilgrim Mountain. Mont Gisard (medieval), Gezer or Gazara (classical), Tall al-Jazar (Arabic): hill between Ramla and Ibelin. Montaigu (French): town 50 miles sw of Angers. Monte Cassino (Italian): abbey — G4d4, 2. Monte Gargano (Italian): mountain shrine — Hid4, 2. Montebello (Italian): village 13 miles south of Pavia. Monteil (French): village 50 miles ENE of Moissac. Montferrand: fortress — see Ba~rin. Montferrat (French), Monferrato (Italian): district south of upper Po river. Montfort (French): village 25 miles WSW of Paris. Montier-en-Der (French): village 40 miles SSE of Châlons. Montihéry (French): village 17 miles south of Paris. Montmorency (French): village io miles north of Paris. Montpellier (French): town — E4dz, i. Mopsuestia: town — see Mamistra. Morava (Serbian): river — Izd, 2. Moravia; Morava (Czech): region SE of Bohemia — Hc, 2. Morocco; al-Maghrib al-Aq~â (Arabic: the farthest west): region of NW Africa — Cf, i. Mörs (German): town between Xanten and Neuss. Moselle (French), Mosel (German): river — F3b5, I, 2. Moson: town — see Wieselburg. Mosul; al-Mausil (Arabic), Musul (Turkish): city — M4e4, ~, 7, 8, ' I. Mozac (French): town, now unimportant — E4c5, I. Msis: town — see Mamistra. al-Munaitirah (Arabic: the little lookout), Le Monestre or Le Moinestre (medieval): fortress — Lifi, 6.
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