Baldwin, M. W. (ed.) / The first hundred years
Gazetteer and Note on Maps, pp. 626-666 PDF (12.6 MB)
GAZETTEER 659 Spalato (medieval), Split (Serbian): port — H2d2, 2. Speyer (German), Spires (French): town — F4c1, i, 2. Spoleto (Italian): town 55 miles north of Rome. Srbija: region — see Serbia. Stavelot (French): town 25 miles SE of Liege. Steiermark: region — see Styria. Stenay (French): town 55 miles NW of Metz. Stettin (German), Szczecin (Polish): port — G~bz, I, 2. Strassburg (German), Strasbourg (French): city — F3c2, I, 2. Studium: monastery in Constantinople. Styria; Steiermark (German): region east of Carinthia — Hc, 2. Subiaco (Italian): town — G4d4, 2. Sudan; as-Sudan (Arabic: the Negro-lands): region south of Egypt — Kb, 3. Suez; as-Suwais (Arabic): isthmus and port — K3g1, 3. Sully (French): town —~ E3c3, i. Sultan Daghi (Turkish): mountain between Philomelium and Pisidian Antioch. Sulzbach (German): town 30 miles east of Nuremberg. Sumaisãt: town — see Samosata. ~Ur: port — see Tyre. Suriyah: region — see Syria. Surrey: region of England south of London. Suruch or Sürüch: town — see Saruj. Susa; Hadrumetum (classical), Susah (Arabic): port — G1e5, i, 2. Su~ak: island — see Sansego. Susiana: region of SW Persia — see Khuzistan. Suveydiye or as-Suwaidiyah: port — see Saint Simeon. as-Suwais: isthmus and port — see Suez. Swabia; Schwaben (German): region of sw Germany — Fc, I, 2. Sweden; Sverige (Swedish): region of eastern Scandinavia, smaller than modern nation — not in area mapped. Switzerland: region in Alps. Syr Darya: river — see Jaxartes. Syracuse; Siracusa (Italian): town — H1e3, 2. Syria (classical), ash-Sha'm or Suriyah (Arabic): region — Lf, ~. Syrian Gates; La Portelle (medieval), Tourn (Armenian), Belen Boghazi (Turkish): pass over Amanus range L2e4, 5. Száva: river — see Sava. Szczecin: port — see Stettin. Tabaristan; Tabaristan (Persian, Arabic): region between Caspian Sea and the Elburz range — Oe, 3, 4. Tabariyah: town — see Tiberias. Tabriz; Tabriz (Persian), Tibriz (Arabic): city — N2e2, 3, 4. Tagus (classical), Tajo (Spanish), Tejo (Portuguese): river — Ciez, i. Taik; Tayl~ (East Armenian): region of western Armenia — Md, 3. Taimã' (Arabic): town — L4g3, 3. Takrit (Arabic): village — Lzfi, 5. Talavera or Talavera de la Reina (Spanish), Talabirah (Arabic): town — Diei, i. Tall Aghdi or Acdi (Arabic): village — L2e4, 5. Tall al-~Ashtara (Arabic): hill overlooking al_cAshtarã. Tall al-Jazar: hill — see Mont Gisard. Tall al-Qadi (Arabic: hill of the judge), Dan or Laish (classical): village just west of Banyas. at-Tall a~-~afiyah: crusader castle — see Blanche Garde.
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