Baldwin, M. W. (ed.) / Volume I: The first hundred years
Gazetteer and note on maps, pp. 626-666 PDF (1.3 MB)
656 GAZETTEER I Sabtah: port — see Ceuta. Sachsen: region — see Saxony. Sacralias or Sagrajas: battlefield — see Zallaca. Safad; Saphet (medieval), Safad (Arabic): town — Lif3, 6, 10, i~.. ~affuriyah (Arabic), Sepphoris (classical): village 5 miles NNW of Nazareth. Safitha or ~ãf1tã (Arabic): town just west of Chastel-Blanc. Sagitta: port — see Sidon. Sahan or Saihãn: river — see Sarus. Sahara; a~-Sahrã' (Arabic): desert — EFGf, i, 2. SahyUn: crusader castle — see Saone. ~aidã': port — see Sidon. SaihUn: river — see Jaxartes. Saijar: fortress — see Shaizar. Saint Abraham: town — see Hebron. Saint Amand (French): town 25 miles south of Bourges. Saint Aubin (French): abbey at Angers. Saint Benigne (French): abbey at Dijon. Saint Bertin (French): abbey 45 miles NW of Arras. Saint Cybar (French): abbey at Angoulême, 55 miles west of Limoges. Saint Denis (French): town 7 miles north of Paris. Saint George: town — see Lydda. Saint Gilles (French): village 13 miles SSE of Nimes. Saint John or Saint Jean: city, port — see Acre. Saint John: village near Gargar. Saint Martin; Pannonhalma (Hungarian): monastery ~o miles west of Buda. Saint Médard (French): town 8 miles WNW of Bordeaux. Saint Omer (French): town 40 miles NW of Arras. Saint Simeon (medieval), as-Suwaidiyah (Arabic), Suveydiye (Turkish): port — L1e4, 5, 9. Saintonge (French): district of SW Aquitaine. Sakartvelo: region east of the Black Sea — see Georgia. Sakarya: river — see Sangarius. Salamanca (Spanish), Salmantiqah (Arabic): city — C5d5, i. Salamia (medieval), Ismil (Turkish): town — K4e3, 3, 8. Salamyah or (colloquial) Salamiyah (Arabic): town — L3e5, 5. Saldae: port — see Bougie. Salerno (Italian): port — G5d5, 2. Salisbury: city 8o miles WSW of London. Salmantiqah: city — see Salamanca. Salonika: port — see Thessalonica. Salzburg (German): city — G4c3, I, 2. Sam (Turkish), Sam (Arabic): town — L3e3, 5. Samaria: district of northern Palestine — Lif3, 6. Samarkand; Samarqand (Persian, Arabic): city — Rzei, 4. Samarra; Samarra' (Arabic): town — M4fi, 3. Sammflrah: town — see Zamora. Samosata (medieval), Samousad (West Armenian), Sumaisãt (Arabic), Samsat (rrurkish): town—L4e3, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, II, 12, 13, 14. San Chrysogono (medieval), San Crisogono (Italian): church at Rome with titular cardinal-priest. San Vincenzo (Italian: Saint Vincent): abbey 17 miles NE of Monte Cassino. Sangarius (classical), Sakarya (Turkish): river — Kid4, 2, 3. Sanja; Singa (classical), Shnchë (West Armenian), Sanjah (Arabic), Gök (-Su) (Turkish): river — L4e3, 5.
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