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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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 GAZETTEER AND NOTE ON MAPS 693 
Coustouges (French): village—E3d3: 15. 
Coutances (French): town—D4c1: 14. 
Cracow; Cracovia (Latin), Krak6w (Polish): city—H5b5: 2, 17, 18, 20.
Crambusa (medieval): islet—K 1e4: 21. 
Crecy-en-Ponthieu (French): town—E2b5: 15. 
Cremona (Italian): town—G1c5: 1, 2. 
Crete; Candia (medieval Italian), Krete (medieval Greek), Kandia (Turkish),
Krfti (modern Greek): island—IJe: 2, 16, 17, 18. 
Crimea; Krym (Russian): peninsula—K4c5: 2, 16. 
Crnomen: battlefield—see Chernomen. 
Croia: town—see Kroia. 
Cuarte, Llano de (Spanish): plain 10 miles west of Valencia (D5e1: 1). 
Cuenca (Spanish), Qunkah (Arabic): town—D3d5: 1, 11—15. 
Culan ot Culant (French): village—E3c4: 15. 
Cullera (Spanish): town—D5e1:13. 
Cursat (medieval), Qusair (Arabic: little castle): castle—L2e4: 21.
Cutanda (Spanish): town—D4d5: 12. 
Cyclades (classical), Kiklddhes (modern Greek): island group—IJe: 3.
Cyllene: town—see Glarentsa. 
Cyllene, Mount; Kyllene (medieval Greek), Killini (modern Greek)—I3e3:
4. 
Cymru: region—see Wales. 
Cynaetha: town—see Kalavryta. 
Cyparissia: town—see Arcadia. 
Cyprus or Kypros (classical), Kipros (modern Greek), Kibris (Turkish): island—
Kef: 16, 17, 18, 21. 
Cyrenaica (classical), Barqah (Arabic): region between Tripolitania and northern
Egypt—If: 2. 
Cyrnus: island—see Corsica. 
Cyrus: river—see Kura. 
Cythera: island—see Cerigo. 
Czaslau: town—see Cáslav. 
Dalmatia; Dalmacija (Croatian): region east of the Adriatic Sea, equivalent
to classical Illyria—Hd: 2. 
Damala (medieval), Troezen (Latin), Troizen (classical Greek), Troizén
(modern Greek): town, now unimportant—I4e3: 4. 
Damascus (classical), Dimashq or ash-Sha'm (Arabic: the left): city—L2f2:
16, 17, 18,21. 
Damietta; Dimyat (Arabic): port—K2f4: 16, 21. 
Dampierre; Le Vieil Dampierre (French): village—E5c2: 15. 
Daniyah: port—see Denia. 
Danmark: region—see Denmark. 
Danube; Donau (German), Duna (Hungarian), Dunav (Serbian, Bulgarian), Dunarea
(Rumanian): river—J5c5: 1, 2, 16, 20. 
Danzig (German), Gdansk (Polish): city, port—H4b1: 19, 20. 
Daphne; Daphne (classical Greek), DhafnI (modern Greek): monastery 5 miles
WNW of Athens (I4e3: 4). 
Dardanelles; Hellespontus (classical), Chanakkale Boghazi (Turkish): strait—
J2d5: 3, 16. 
Daroca (Spanish), Darauqah (Arabic): town—D4d4: 12. 
Darsous: town—see Tarsus. 
Darum or Daron (classical), ad-Darum (Arabic): town—K5f4: 21. 
Daugava: river—see Duna. 
Daugavgriva: port—see Diinamünde. 


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