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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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 686 A HISTORY OF THE CRUSADES 
Belmont: castle at Qaryat al-'Inab. 
Belvedere: castle—see Beauvoir. 
Belvoir or Beauvoir (medieval), Kaukab al-Hawa' (Arabic: star of the sky):
castle—13 miles SSW of Tiberias (Llf3: 21). 
Benevento (Italian), Beneventum (Latin): town—G5d4: 2. 
Beograd: city—see Belgrade. 
Berat; Pulcheriopolis (classical), Bellagrada (medieval): town—H5d5:
2, 4. 
Beraun: town—see Beroun. 
Berceo (Spanish): village—D3d3: 13. 
Berezina (Russian): river—K 1 b3: 19. 
Berez6: town—see Brezova nad Bradlom. 
Bernstadt (German), Bierut6w (Polish): town—H3b4: 20. 
Beroun (Czech), Beraun (German): town—G5c1: 20. 
Berytus: port—see Beirut. 
Besni: town—see Behesni. 
Beth Gibelin (medieval), Betogabri or Eleutheropolis (classical), Bait Jibrin
or Bait Jibmil (Arabic), Bet Guvrin (Israeli): town, now village—K5f4:
21. 
Bethany; al-'Azariyah (Arabic), ' Eizariya (Israeli): abbey and fort 2 miles
ESE of Jerusalem (L1f4: 21). 
Bethlehem; Ephrata (classical), Bait Lahm (Arabic: house of flesh): town—Llf4:
21. 
Beverin: fortress—Jla3: 19. 
Beyoghlu: port—see Pera. 
Bezdruzice (Czech), Weseritz (German): village—G3c1: 20. 
Biandrate (Italian): village 8 miles west of Novara (F4c5: 1). 
Biar (Spanish): town—D5e2: 13. 
Bierut6w: town—see Bernstadt. 
Bighü: town—see Priego de Córdoba. 
al-Bijayah: port—see Bugia. 
Bir as-Sab': town—see B eersheba. 
Bira; al-Birah (Arabic), Bir (Armenian), Birejik (Turkish): town—L3e3:
21. 
Birgu or Vittoriosa (Maltese): town—G5e5: 2. 
Bischofteinitz: town—see Horsovsky Tyn. 
Bistritsa: river—see Haliacmon. 
Bithynia (classical): region of NW Anatolia—Jde: 3. 
Bitsibardi (medieval Greek), Isova (medieval), Trypete (classical Greek),
Tripiti (modern Greek): village 10 miles ESE of Olympia (I2e3: 4). 
Bivar: town—see Vivar. 
Bizerte; Hippo Zarytus (classical), Bani-Zart (Arabic): port—F5e3:
1. 
Black Sea—JKLd: 2, 3, 16. 
Blanche Garde (medieval), at-Tall as-Safiyah (Arabic: the glittering hill):
castle 14 miles SSE of Ramla (K5f4: 21). 
Blanquefort or Blanchefort (French): town 6 miles NNW of Bordeaux (D5dl:
1) 
Blgariya: region—see Bulgaria. 
Boca del Asno (Spanish): battlefield 5 miles ESE of Antequera (D1e3: 14).
Bodonitsa or Boudonitsa (medieval), Pharygae (classical), Mendhenitsa (modern
Greek): village—I3e2: 4. 
Bodrum or Budrum (Turkish), Halicarnassus (classical), Petrounion (modern
Greek): town—J3e3: 3. 
Boeotia (Latin), Boi6tia (classical Greek), VoiotIa (modern Greek): district
of eastern Greece—I4e2: 4. 
Bohemia; Cechy (Czech): region north of Austria—GHbc: 1, 2, 20. 
Boiano or Boyano (Italian): town 29 miles NW of Benevento (G5d4: 2). 
Boixols: town—see Boxolis. 


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