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Hazard, H. W. (ed.) / Volume III: The fourteenth and fifteenth centuries
(1975)

Gazetteer and note on maps,   pp. 677-735 PDF (3.9 MB)


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 680 A HISTORY OF THE CRUSADES III 
Aleppo; Halab (Arabic), Haleb (Turkish): city—L3e4: 16, 17, 18, 21.
Alessio: town—see Lesh. 
Alexandretta; Iskenderun (Turkish): port—L2e4: ?l. 
Alexandretta, Gulf of; Sinus Issicus (classical), Iskenderun Korfezi (Turkish)—
L1e4: 21. 
Alexandria (classical), al-Iskandariyah (Arabic): city, port—J5f4:
2, 16, 17, 18, 
21. 
Alfama (Spanish): castle on coast ENE of Tortosa (E1d5: 1). 
Alfaro (Spanish): town—D4d3: 15. 
Alfios: river—see Aipheus. 
Algarve (Portuguese), Ukshünubah, Gharb al-Andalus, or al-Gharb (Arabic:
the west): region of southern Portugal—Ce: 13, 14, 15. 
Algeciras (Spanish), al-Jazirah al-Khadra' (Arabic: the green peninsula):
port— C5e4: 14. 
Algeria; al-Jazã'ir (Arabic): region between Morocco and Tunisia—DEFef:
1. 
Alghero (Italian): port—F4d5: 1. 
Algiers; al-Jazã'ir (Arabic): city—E4e4: 1. 
Aihama de Granada (Spanish), al-Hammah (Arabic): town 24 miles SW of Granada
(D2e3: 1). 
Alhange: town—see Alange. 
Alidkmon: river—see Haliacmon. 
Alicante (Spanish), Laqant (Arabic): port—D5e2: 14. 
Alignan-du-Vent (French): village—E4d2: 1 5. 
Alimnia; Limonia (medieval Italian), Liman (Turkish), Alimnia (modern Greek):
island—J3e4: 3, 8. 
Aliverion: town—see Haliveri. 
Aljustrel (Portuguese): town—C2e3: 1 3. 
Allemania: region—see Germany. 
Alma Daghi: range—see Amanus. 
Almada (Portuguese), al-Ma'din (Arabic): town—C1e2: 13. 
Almagro: castle—see Calatrava, New. 
Almenara (Spanish): town—D5e1: 15. 
Almeria; Almeria (Spanish), al-Mariyah (Arabic): city, port—D3e4: 1,
11—15. 
Almizra or Campet de Mirra (Spanish): village—D5e2: 13. 
Almuradiel: pass—see Muradal. 
Alora (Spanish): town—Dle4: 15. 
Aipheus or Alpheios (classical), Charbon (medieval), Alfios (modern Greek):
river—I2e3: 4. 
Alporchones (Spanish): battlefield 6 miles ESE of Lorca (D4e3: 13). 
Alps: mountain range—FGc: 1,2, 20. 
Alpujarras (Spanish): district of southern Spain—D2e4: 15. 
Alsace (French), Alsatia (classical), Elsass (German): region west of the
upper Rhine—Fc: 1, 2. 
Alsh: town—see Elche. 
Alt Rahden: battlefield—see Saule. 
Altenburg (German): town—G3b5: 20. 
Altoluogo: town—see Ephesus. 
Altwied: town—see Wied. 
Alvor (Portuguese), Albur (Arabic): fortress, now town—C2e3: 13. 
Amalfi (Italian): port—G5d5: 2. 
Amanus (classical), Gavur, Alma, or Elma Daghi (Turkish): mountain range—
L2e4: 21. 
Amasya (Turkish), Amasia (classical): town—LidS: 16. Amboise (French):
town—E2c3: 15. 


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