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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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 GAZETTEER 657 
Sansego (Italian), Su~ak (Croatian): island sw of Cherso. 
Santarem; Santarém (Portuguese), Shantarin (Arabic): town —
Czei, i. 
-: Santiago de Compostela: town — see Compostela. 
Saone (medieval), ~ahyun or ~ihyaun (Arabic): crusader castle — Lze5,
5, 10, 14. 
Saphet: town — see Safad. 
Saracinesco (Italian): town — G3d3, 2. 
Saragossa; Zaragoza (Spanish), Saraqus~ah (Arabic): city — D5d4, i.
Sardica: city — see Sofia. 
Sardinia; Sardegna (Italian): island — Fde, i, 2. 
Sardone: village — see Zardana. 
Sari (-Su): river see Bathys. 
Sarmada (Arabic): village — L2e4, 5. 
Sarmin (Arabic), Sermin (medieval): town — Lze5, 5. 
Saruj (Arabic), Bathnae (classical), Sororgia (medieval), Suruch or Sürüch
(Turkish): town—L4e4, 5, 7, 9, 10, II, 12, 13, 14. 
Sarus (classical), Sahan (Armenian), Sail~iän (Arabic), Seyhan (Turkish):
river 
—K5e4, 3. 
Sava or Save (Croatian), Sau (German), Száva (Hungarian): river —
1c5, i, 2. 
Savoy; Savoie (French): region west of Lombardy — Fzc~, I, 2. 
as-Sawad (Arabic: the black lands): district east of Lake Tiberias —
Lif3, 6. 
Saxony; Sachsen (German): region then of NW Germany — F5b3, I, 2. 
Scandinavia: region of northern Europe. 
Scheyern (German): village 45 miles SW of Regensburg. 
Schwaben: region of SW Germany — see Swabia. 
Sciavonia: medieval name for Dalmatia, and other Slavic regions. 
Scotland: region north of England — Da, i. 
Scutari (Italian), Scodra (classical), Shkodër (Albanian): town —
H5d3, 2. 
Scythopolis: town — see Baisan. 
Sebastia (classical), S~wãs (Arabic), Sivas (Turkish): city —
L3e1, 3, 7, 8, ii. 
Segni (Italian): town 30 miles ESE of Rome. 
Seine (French): river — Eici, i. 
Seleucia (medieval), Selevgia (West Armenian), Silifke (Turkish): port, now
town—K4e4, 3, 7, 8. 
Selymbria (classical), Silivri (Turkish): port — J4d4, 2. 
Semlin (medieval), Zemun (Croatian): town — lidi, 2. 
Sennabris: village — see a~-~innabrah. 
Sens (French): town 27 miles south of Provins. 
Sepphoris: village — see ~affuriyah. 
Septa: port — see Ceuta. 
Serbia; Srbija (Serbian): region east of Croatia and Dalmatia — HId,
2. 
Sermin: town — see Sarmin. 
Sestus (Latin), Sëstos (medieval Greek): town, now abandoned Jzd5, 2,
ii. 
Seville; Sevilla (Spanish), Ishbiliyah (Arabic): city — C5e3, I. 
Seyhan: river — see Sarus. 
Shabakhtan; Shabakhtãn (Arabic): district east of Harran. 
Shahrazur (Persian): district east of the Tigris — MNe, 3. 
Shaizar (medieval Arabic), Larissa (classical), Saijar (modern Arabic) :
fortress — L2e5, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, II, 12, 13, 14. 
ash-Sha'm: city — see Damascus. ash-Sha'm: region — see Syria.
Shantarin: town — see Santarem. Shaqif Arnun: crusader castle —
see Belfort. Shaqif Tirun: cave fortress — see Tyron. 
Sharqiya; ash-Sharqiyah (Arabic: the eastern): district between the Nile
and Sinai. 


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