Hazard, H. W. (ed.) / Volume III: The fourteenth and fifteenth centuries
Gazetteer and note on maps, pp. 677-735 PDF (3.9 MB)
GAZETTEER AND NOTE ON MAPS 685 Barbary: the coast of North Africa. Barbastro (Spanish), Barbashtrü (Arabic): town—E1d3: 11, 12. Barca (classical), Barce (Italian), Barqah (Arabic): town—I1f3: 2. Barcelona (Spanish), Barcino (classical), Barshilunah (Arabic); city, port—E3d4: 1, 11—15. Barcelona: county—Ed: 11, 12. Ban (Italian), Barium (classical): port—H2d4: 2. Barletta (Italian): port—H2d4: 2. Barqah: region—see Cyrenaica. Barqah: town—see Barca. Barshilünah: city—see Barcelona. Bartenland (German): district of NE Poland—Ib: 20. Bartenstein (German), Bartoszyce (Polish): town—Jib 1: 19. Basel (German), Basle or Bale (French): city—F3c3: 1, 2. Bashkent: battlefield—see Kara Hisar. Basilicata: region—see Lucania. Basilicata: town—see Vasilicata. Bastah: town—see Baza. Batalyaus: town—see Badajoz. Batnos: island—see Patmos. al-Batrun: town—see Botron. Bavaria; Bayern (German): region of southern Germany—Gc: 1, 2, 20. Bayreuth (German): town—G2c1: 2, 20. Baza (Spanish), Bastah (Arabic): town—D3e3: 15. Bearn (French): district of SW France—Dd: 12. Beaufort: castle (in Syria)—see Belfort. Beaufort (French), Leuctrum (classical), Leftro (modern Greek): castle—I3e4: 4. Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne (French: town—E2dl: 15. Beaumont-le-Roger (French): town—E1c1: 15. Beauvais (French): town—E3c1: 1, 1 5. Beauvoir: castle (in Paiestine)—see Belvoir. Beauvoir or Belvedere (French), Pontik6kastron (modern Greek): castle—I2e3: 4. Bechin: town—see Petsona. Beersheba (classical), Bir as-Sab' (Arabic), Be'er Sheva' (Israeli): town—K5f4: 21. Beheimstein (German): castle 3 miles from Nuremberg (G2cl: 2). Beheira; al-Buhairah (Arabic): region of NW Egypt—Jf: 16. Behesni; Behesnou (Armenian), Besni (modern Turkish): fortress, now town— L3e3: 21. Beira (Portuguese): region of central Portugal—Cd: 1 2. Beirut; Berytus (classical), Bairüt (Arabic): port—L1f2: 16, 21. Beja (Portuguese), Bajah (Arabic): town—C3e2: 1, 13. Belchite (Spanish): town—D5d4: 1 2. Belen Boghazi: pass—see Syrian Gates. Belfort or Beaufort (medieval), Shaqif Arnün or Qal'at ash-Shaqif (Arabic: fort of the rock): castle—Llf2: 21. Belgrade; Beograd (Serbian: white town): city—Ildl: 2, 17, 18. Belhacem (medieval), Qal'at Abü-l-Hasan (Arabic): village 6 miles EN E of Sidon (Llf2: 21). Belinas: town—see Banyas. Bellagrada: town—see Berat. Bellapais or Bella Paise (medieval): monastery—K4e5: 10. Belmont (French): abbey and castle 8 miles ssw of Tripoli (L1 f 1: 21).
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