Baldwin, M. W. (ed.) / The first hundred years
Gazetteer and Note on Maps, pp. 626-666 PDF (12.6 MB)
GAZETTEER 651 Murcia (Spanish), Mursiyah (Arabic): city — D4e3, I. Musul: city — see Mosul. Myriokephalon (classical), Chardak Boghazi (Turkish): pass — K4e1, 3. Nablus; Neapolis (classical), Nabulus (Arabic): town — Lif3, 6, 7, 8, i~.. an-Nahr al-Aswad (Arabic: the black river), Kara-Su (Turkish: same) — L2e4, 5. an-Nahr al~Auja~ (Arabic: the crooked river) — K5f3, 6. an-Nahr al-Auwali (Arabic: the nearer river) — Lifz, 6. Naisabür: city — see Nishapur. Naissus: town — see Nish. Namrun: fortress — see Lampron. Namur (French): town 36 miles wsw of Liege. Napa: village — see Inab. Naples; Napoli (Italian): city, port — G5d5, 2. an-Naqirah (Arabic): district south of Manbij — L3e4, 5. an-Naqurah (Arabic): hills along coast south of Tyre — Lifz, 6. Narbonne (French): town — E4d2, I. Narni (Italian): town 40 miles north of Rome. Nasibin: town — see Nisibin. Natura: unidentified town near Constantinople. Navarre; Navarra (Spanish): region of northern Spain — Dd, i. Nazareth; an-Nã~irah (Arabic): town — Lif3, 6, i~. Neapolis: town — see Nablus. Near East: region from Egypt to Persia and Turkey to Aden. Nederland: nation — see Netherlands. Negroponte: island — see Euboea. Neocaesarea, Pontic; Niksar (Turkish): town — L2d5, ~, 8. Nephin (medieval), Anafah (Arabic): town — Lifi, 6. Nesle (French): village 40 miles south of Arras. Netherlands; Nederland (Dutch) : modern nation, larger than medieval Holland. Neumunster (German): town — F5bi, 2. Neuss (German): town — Fzb4, I, 2. Nevers (French): town 35 miles east of Bourges. Nicaea (classical), Iznik (Turkish): town— J5d5, 2, 3, 7, 8, ii. Nice (French): port — F3dz; i, 2. Nicomedia (classical), Izmit (Turkish): town — J5d5, 3, 7, 8, ii. Nicomedia, Gulf of; Izmit Körfezi (Turkish): gulf west of Nicomedia. Nicosia; Levkosia (medieval Greek): town — K4e5, 3. Niksar: town — see Neocaesarea. Nile; Bahr an-Nil (Arabic): river — K3f4, 2, 3. Nlmes (French): city — E5dz, I. Nish (Turkish, Serbian), Naissus or Nissa (classical): town — 12d2, 2. Nishapur; Nishãpur (Persian), Naisãbur (Arabic): city — P4e4, 4. Nisibin or Nusaybin (Turkish), Nisibis (classical), Na~ibin or Nu~aibin (Arabic): town—M2e3, 3, 13. Nistru: river — see Dniester. Nitra (Czech): town — H4c2, 2. Nogent (French): town 7 miles east of Paris. Noire Garde (medieval): crusader castle — Lifz, 6. Normandy; Normandie (French): region of northern France — DEc, i. North Africa: region from Morocco to Libya, north of the Sahara. North Sea — i, 2.
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