Hazard, H. W. (ed.) / Volume III: The fourteenth and fifteenth centuries
Gazetteer and note on maps, pp. 677-735 PDF (3.9 MB)
GAZETTEER AND NOTE ON MAPS 679 Aigaion Pelagos—see Aegean Sea. Aigues-Mortes (French): port 15 miles east of Montpellier (E4d2: 13). ' Am Jalut (Arabic: well of Goliath), Well of Harod (medieval), ' En Harod (Israeli): village-L1 f3: 17, 21. 'Ain Zarbâ, or ' Am Zarbah: town—see Anazarba. Airasca (Italian): village 13 miles sw of Turin (F3c5: 1). Aitolia: district—see Aetolia. Aix-la-Chapelle: city—see Aachen. Alyina: island—see Aegina. Aiyion: town—see Vostitsa. Ajarquia (Spanish): district north of Malaga (Dle4: 1). Ajarquia (Spanish): quarter of Cordova (Dle3: 1). ' Ajlün (Arabic): town—L1f3: 21. Akarnanla: district—see Acarnania. Akcho Hisar: town—see Kroia. AkhaIa: district—see Achaea. ' Akkã, or ' Akko: city—see Acre. Akova or Matagrifon (medieval: kill-Greek), Akovos (modern Greek): castle— I2e3: 4. Akritochóri: castle—see Grisi. Akrok6rinthos: rock —see Acrocorinth. Akrotiri; Akrotfri (modern Greek): peninsula, and town—K3f1: 10. Alag6n (Spanish): town—D4d4: 13. ' Ala'iyah, or Alanya: port—see Alaya. Alamannia: region—see Germany. Alamut; Alamut (Persian, Arabic): fortress—i 7. Alange, Alanje, or Aihange (Spanish): town 10 miles SE of Merida (C4e2: 13). Alarcón (Spanish): villáge—D3el:13. Alarcos (Spanish), al-Arak or al-Ark (Arabic): battlefield—D2e2: 13. Alashehir: town—see Philadelphia. Alaya; Scandelore or Candeloro (medieval), ' Ala'iyah or ' Alaya (Arabic), Alanya (Turkish): port—K2e4: 2, 16, 21. Alba (Italian): town—F4dl: 1. Albaicin (Spanish): quarter of Granada (D2e3: 1). Albania; Shqipni or Shqipri (Albanian): region NW of Epirus—HId: 2, 4. Albür: fortress—see Alvor. Alcacer do Sal (Portuguese), al-Qasr or Qasr Abi-Danis (Arabic): town—C2e2: 13. Alcácer-Seghir (Spanish), al-Qasr as-Saghir (Arabic: the small castle): town— C5e5: 15. Alcala de Chisvert: town—see Chisvert. Alcald de Guadaira (Spanish): fortress, now town, 8 miles SE of Seville (C5e3: 1). Alcald de Henares (Spanish), al-Qal'ah (Arabic: the fort): town—D2d5: 14. Alcald del Rio (Spanish): fortress, now town, 9 miles north of Seville (C5e3: 1). Alcanadre (Spanish): river NW of Fraga (Eld4: 12). Alcaniz (Spanish): town—D5d4: 13. Alcantara (Spanish), al-Qantarah or Qantarat as-Saif (Arabic: the bridge of the sword): town—C4e1: 13. Alcaudete (Spanish): town—Dle3: 14. Alcira (Spanish), Jazirat Shuqr (Arabic): town—D5e1: 13. Alcoraz (Spanish): village about 20 miles SW of Huesca (D5d3: 1). Aledo (Spanish): village—D4e3: 11. Alentejo (Portuguese): region of southern Portugal—Ce: 12, 13.
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