Baldwin, M. W. (ed.) / Volume I: The first hundred years
Gazetteer and note on maps, pp. 626-666 PDF (1.3 MB)
GAZETTEER 653 Paphiagonia (classical): region of northern Anatolia — Kd, 3. Paphos (medieval Greek): island, port — K3fi, 3. Paris (French): city — E3c2, I. Parma (Italian): town 55 miles WNW of Bologna. Partzapert (medieval), Partsrpert (West Armenian): fortress — L1e3, 9, 10. Parzman: fortress — see Marzban. Passau (German): town — G4c2, I, 2. Pavia (Italian): town — F5c5, I. Payens or Payns (French): village NW of Troyes, 35 miles ESE of Provins. Peiting (German): village ioo miles west of Salzburg. Pelagonia (classical): district NW of Macedonia. Pelecanum or Pelecanon (medieval): fortress — J5d5, 3, 7. Pelusium (classical), al-Farama' (Arabic): town K3f4, 3, 8. Pera or Estanor (medieval), Beyoghlu (Turkish): port east of the Golden Horn opposite Constantinople. Perche (French): district west of Chartres. Périgueux (French): town 50 miles s~ of Limoges. Persia; Iran (Persian): region — NOf, ~, ~. Persian Gulf — NOg, 4. Philadelphia (classical), Alashehir (Turkish): town — J4e2, 2, 7, II. Philippopolis (classical), Plovdiv (Bulgarian): town — 15d3, 2, 3. Philomelium (Latin), Philomëlion (medieval Greek), Akshehir (Turkish: white city): town—K2e2, 3, 7, 8. Phrygia (classical): region of central Anatolia — Ke, 2. Piacenza (Italian): town — ~ I. Picardy; Picardie (French): region of northern France — Eb, i. Picos de Europa (Spanish): peak in Cantabrian mountains. Picquigny (French): town 40 miles SW of Arras. Pilgrim Mountain; Mons Pelegrinus (medieval): hill overlooking Tripoli. Pisa (Italian): port, now city — G1d2, I, 2. Pisidia (classical): region of southern Anatolia — Ke, 2, 3. Pistoia (Italian): town — Gidz, i. Placentia: town — see Comana. Plancy (French): village 35 miles SW of Châlons. Plötzkau (German): village 28 miles south of Magdeburg. Plovdiv: town — see Philippopolis. Po (Italian): river — G3di, I, 2. Podandus (classical), Boudante (West Armenian), Pozanti (Turkish): town 40 miles east of Heraclea. Poissy (French): town — E3c2, i. Poitiers (French): town E1c4, I. Poitou (French): region of western France — Dc, i. Poland; Poiska (Polish): region — HIb, 2. Polotsk (Russian): town — J4a5, 2. Polybotus (classical), Bolvadin (Turkish): town — K2e2, 3, 7. Pomerania; Pommern (German): region south of the Baltic — Hbz, I, 2. Pontarlier (French): town — F2c4, I. Ponthieu (French): district of western Picardy. Pontus (classical): region of northern Anatolia — Ld, 3. Ponza (Italian): island — G3d5, 2. Porsuk (-Su): river — see Tembris. Port Said: modern port at northern end of Suez Canal. Porto (Italian): village — G3d4, 2. Pôrto: port — see Oporto.
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