Baldwin, M. W. (ed.) / Volume I: The first hundred years
Gazetteer and note on maps, pp. 626-666 PDF (1.3 MB)
636 GAZETTEER I Chalons-sur-Marne (French): town — E5c2, I. Chalybon: city — see Aleppo. Champagne (French): region of NE France — Ec, i. Chanakkale Boghazi: strait — see Dardanelles. Chankiri: town — see Gangra. Chardak Boghazi: pass — see Myriokephalon. Chariopolis (medieval), Hayrabolu (Turkish): village 25 miles NW of Rodosto. Chartres (French): town — E2c2, i. Chartreuse (French: charterhouse): monastery 50 miles ESE of Lyons. Chastel-Arnoul (French): fortress near Bait Nuba. Chastel-Blanc (medieval), Burj Safitha (Arabic): crusader castle — Lzfi, 5, 14. Chastel-Neuf (medieval), Uunin (Arabic): crusader castle — Lif2, 6, 12, 13, 14. Chastel-Rouge or Rugia (medieval): crusader castle — L2e5, 5. Chastel-Rouge: fortress — see Yabmur. Chatillon-sur-Loing (French): town 23 miles east of Sully. Cherso (Italian), Cres (Croatian): island — G5di, 2. Chersonesus Heracleotica: port, now ruined — see Kherson. China: region of eastern Asia — not in area mapped. Chocques (French): village 19 miles NNW of Arras. Chonae (classical), Khonaz or Honaz (Turkish): village — J5e3, 3. Chorasmia: region — see Khorezm. Chorsa: town — see Kars. Chrysoceras: bay — see Golden Horn. Cibotus: port — see Civetot. Ciciliano (Italian): town — G3d4, 2. Cilicia (classical): region of southern Anatolia — KLe, ~. Cilician Gates; Pylae Ciliciae (classical), Külek (or Gülek) Boghazi (Turkish): pass through the Taurus range north of Lampron. Cintra: Sintra (Portuguese): town 14 miles NNW of Lisbon. CIteaux (French): abbey iz miles south of Dijon. Civetot (medieval), Cibotus (classical): port, now abandoned — J5d5, 3. Civita Vecchia (Italian: old city): port — G2d3, 2. Clairvaux (French): abbey — E~cz, i. Clermont (French): town — E4c5, i. Cluny (French): abbey — E5c4, i. Cocussus: town — see Coxon. Coele-Syria: district of central Lebanon — see al_Biqac. Coible: fortress — see al-Khawãbi. Coimbra (Portuguese), Qulumriyah (Arabic): town — C2d5, i. Coliat: fortress — see al-Qulai~ah. Cologne (French), Köln (German): city — F2b5, i, 2. Comacchio (Italian): port — G3di, 2. Comana or Placentia (medieval): town, now abandoned — L2e2, 3, 7. Como (Italian): town — ~ I. Compostela or Santiago de Compostela (Spanish): town — Czd3, i. Constance (French), Konstanz (German): town 90 miles SE of Strassburg. Constantinople; Byzantium or Constantinopolis (classical), tstanbul (Turkish): city, port—J4d4, 2, 3, 7, 8, ii. Cordillera Cantábrica — see Cantabrian Mountains. Cordova; Córdoba (Spanish), Qurtubah (Arabic): city — D ie3, i. Corfu (Italian); Corcyra (Latin), Kerkyra (ancient Greek), Kérkira (modern Greek): island — H5e1, 2. Coria (Spanish), Quriyah (Arabic): town — C4e1, I. Corice: town — see Cyrrhus.
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