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Baldwin, M. W. (ed.) / Volume I: The first hundred years
(1969)

Gazetteer and note on maps,   pp. 626-666 PDF (1.3 MB)


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Dyrrachium or Epidamnus (classical), Durazzo (Italian), Durrës (Albanian):
port — H5d4, 2. 
East Anglia: region of eastern England. 
Ebrach (German): village 40 miles NW of Nuremberg. 
Ebro (Spanish): river — Eid5, i. 
Ecbatana: city — see Hamadan. 
Edessa (medieval), Ourha (Armenian), ar-Ruhã' (Arabic), Urfa (Turkish):
city 
—L4e3, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 12, 13. 
Edhessa: town — see Vodena. 
Edirne: city — see Adrianople. 
Egypt; Mi~r (Arabic): region —2, 3. 
Eichstädt or Eichstätt (German): town 40 miles south of Nuremberg.
Eire: island — see Ireland. 
Elbe (German), Labe (Czech): river — F5b2, i, 2. 
Elbistan: town — see Albistan. 
Elburz; Alburz (Persian): mountain range — Oe, 3, 4. 
Eleutheropolis: town — see Bait Jibrin. 
Elma Daghi: mountain range — see Amanus. 
Elsass: region west of the upper Rhine see Alsacé~ 
Emesa: city — see Homs. 
Emmaus; cAlliwas (Arabic): village — K5f4, 6. 
England: region — Db, i. 
Enna (Italian): town — G~e3, 2. 
Ephesus (classical): town, now abandoned — J3e3, 3, 7, 8, ii. 
Epidamnus: port — see Dyrrachium. 
Epiphania: city — see Hamah. - 
Epirus; Epeiros (ancient Greek), Ipiros (modern Greek): region — Iiei,
2. 
Eppenstein (German): town 90 miles ESE of Salzburg. 
Ercican: town — see Arzghan. 
Ereghli: port — see Heraclea. 
Erjish: town — see Arjish. 
Ermenek (Turkish), Germanicopolis (classical): town — K3e4, 3, 8. 
Ermenistan: region — see Armenia. 
Erzerum; Theodosiopolis (classical), Garin (West) or Karin (East Armenian),
Qaliqala or Arçl ar-Rum (Arabic: land of Rome), Erzurum (Turkish):
city 
—Mzei, 3, 7, 8, ii. 
Erzinjan (Turkish), Arsinga (classical): town — L5e1, 3, 7, 8, ii.
Esch (German): town 30 miles NNW of Metz. 
Eskihisar: town — see Laodicea. 
Espafla: region — see Spain. 
Esseron (medieval): village — J3e I, 3, i I. 
Estanor: port — see Pera. 
Esztergom: town — see Gran. 
Etampes (French): town — E3c2, I. 
Euboea (classical), Evripos (medieval Greek), Negroponte (Italian), Evvoia
(modern Greek): island — 15e2, 2. 
Euphrates (classical), al-Furat (Arabic), Firat (Nehri) (Turkish): river
— N4f~, 
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3, 4, 5. 
Evreux (French): town 30 miles south of Rouen. 
Falkenberg; Fauquembergue (French): town 38 miles NW of Arras. al-Farama':
town — see Pelusium. 
Farfa (Italian): abbey 24 miles NE of Rome. 


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