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

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

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Aryma (medieval), al-'Arimah (Arabic): village—L2fl: 21. 
Arzila; Zilis (classical), Arcila (Spanish), Asilah (Arabic): port—C4e5:
14, 15. 
Asar Tepe: castle—see Sechin. 
Ascalon; Ashkelon (classical), ' Asqalan (Arabic); port, now unimportant,
near modern Ashqelon—K5f4: 21. 
Ashtabünah: town—see Estepona. 
al-'Asi: river—see Orontes. 
Asia Minor (classical): region equivalent to western Anatolia (JKde: 16).
Asilah: port—see Arzila. 
Asinou; Asinou (modern Greek): village—K3e5: 10. 
Askas (Greek): village—K4fl: 10. 
Asolo (Italian): village 27 miles north of Padua (G2c5: 2). 
' Asqalãn: port—see Ascalon. 
Assailly (French): village—ES c5: 1 5. 
Asterode: town—see Osterode. 
Asti (Italian), Hasta (classical): town—F4d1: 1. 
Astypalaea (classical), Stampalia (Italian), Ustrapalia (Turkish), Astipdlaia
(mod ern Greek): island—J2e4: 3. 
al-Atharib (Arabic), Cerep (medieval): fortress 25 miles west of Aleppo (L3e4:
Athens; Athënai (classical Greek), Cetines or Satines (medieval), Athinai
(mod ern Greek): city—I4e3: 2, 4, 17, 18. 
Athlith, or ' Atlit: castle—see Château Pelerin. 
Athos, Mount; Ayion Oros (modern Greek): monastery—I5d5: 3, 4. 
Atlantic Ocean— 1. 
Atlas, High: mountain range—Cf: 1. 
al-Atrun: village—see Latrun. 
Attalia: port—see Adalia. 
Attica (Latin), Attike (classical Greek), Attiki (niodern Greek): district
of eastern Greece—l4e3: 3, 4. 
Aubusson (French): town—E3c5: 15. 
Auch (French): town—E1d2: 12. 
Augsburg (German): city—G1c2: 1, 2. 
Augusta: port—see Agosta. 
Aulnay-de-Saintonge (French): village—D5 c4: 14. 
Aulon: port—see Avlona. 
Aussig: town—see Usti nad Labem. 
Austria; Ostmark (German): region east of Bavaria, smaller than modern nation—
GHc: 1,2,20. 
Autremencourt (French): village—E4cl: 14. 
Auvergne (French): region of southern France—Ecd: 1, 12, 14, 15. 
al-Auwali (Arabic: the nearer): river—L1f2: 21. 
Auxerre (French): town—E4c3: 1, 13. 
Aversa (Italian): town—G5d5: 2. 
Avesnes-sur-Helpe (French): town 40 miles SSE of Tournai (E4b5: 1). 
Avignon (French), Avenio (classical): city—E5d2: 1, 11—15. 
Avila; Avela (classical), Avila de los Caballeros (Spanish): town—D1d5:
Avis (medieval), Aviz (Portuguese): town—C3el: 13. 
Avlona (medieval), Aulon (classical), Valona (Italina), Vlone or Vlore (Albani
an): port—H5d5: 2,4. 
Ayamonte or Aymonte (Spanish): castle near Olvera, 7 miles NW of Setenil
(C5e4: 15). 
Ayas (medieval), Lajazzo (Italian), Yumurtalik (Turkish): port—L1e4:
16, 17, 18, 21. 

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