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INDEX III.

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��14 sqq.; 250—55; 262, 13; 282, 10 sqq.; 312, 23 sqq.; II, 412, 17. — Britanni(ci), I, 255, 2; 262, 16; 282, 16 sqq. — Britones, I, 177, 12; 232, 19 sqq.

Bruggense castellum, Brugensis por- tus (Briigge), II, 422, 8; 424, 14.

Brugstenburgh, iuxta Stetin, II, 54, 9.

Brunswic (Brunshwik) , II, 58, 20; 69, 11; 109, 10.

Brytiæbæk in Diursæ, II, 264, 10.

Burgh (fort. N. aut S. Bork), in Ju- lia, I, 84, 18.

Burgla(num), Burglavia etc. (Børg- lum), in Jutia; episc. Bur(g)lanen- sis. I, 446, 8; 453, 19; II, 164, 20 (Burgalenensis) ; 181, 2; 183, 18; 269, 18; 301, 19; 305, 4.

Burgundia, II, 30, 9; 312, 9.

Buzæburgh (Boitzenburg) , castrum ad Albim, II, 57, 22.

By(Bi-)zantium (Konstantinopel), I, 225, 4; 245, 1. 12; 289, 26; 366, 14; 371, 9; 385, 22; 390, 11 sqq.

Byærkæ, in Jutia, II, 259, 9. 14.

Bøkerør, locus quidam in Swecia, I, 327, 23.

V-<aIaroga, in Hispania, Uxamensis diocesis, urbs natalis s. Dominici, II, 55, 5.

Caldingæ (Kolding), II, 65, 18; vid. Kalding.

Calue (Kalvø), insula in lacu Skan- derborg, ad tempus monasterium Benedictinorum et postea Cister- ciensium, II, 169, 21 sqq.; 170, 8— 177, 11 passim (175, 33 sqq.).

{Cammin, Kammin, urbs Pomeraniæ) : Caminensis episcopus. I, 140, 24.

Canturia (Canterbury), II, 367, 16. — Cantuariensis, II, 41, 21; vid. s. Thomas archiep. Gant.

Carainsula (Øm) , monasterium Ci- sterciensium, II, 40, 29; 59, 2; 158; 176, 5—263 passim; 265, 2; 266, 24.

Carpi, oppidum in Italia, II, 324, 2.

��Castella (Castilien, error pro Portu- galliæ), II, 64, 21.

Chaldei, II, 469, 24; Chaldaica sub- actio, II, 486, 26.

Ciprus, I, 173, 5; vid. Cyprus.

Ci(Cy-)stertium (Citeaux), monaste- rium in Gallia, unde ordo Cister- ciensium originem duxit, II, 27, 21; 38, 4; 51, 3; 169, 34; 224, 13; 228, 6; 434, 11.

Claravallis (Clairvaux), monasterium s. Bernardi abbatis. I, 433, 3 sqq.; II, 29, 28; 30, 5. 20 sq.; 31, 5; 37, 13 sqq.; 38, 12 sqq.; 39, 16; 47, 29 sqq.; 51, 3 sqq.; 66, 3; 138, 2; 141, 13; 169, 27 sqq.; 213, 3; 237 sq.; 430, 4; 434, 12; 435—36; 441, 21 sqq.

CoUæn (Kullen), collis Scaniæ, I. 356, 6.

Colonia (Kølln), urbs Germaniæ, I, 17, 3; 162, 26; 192, 11; II, .39, 29; II, 372, 19 sq.; 487, 29.

Colonia provincia fr. min. II, 312, 12.

Gonstantia (Kostnitz), in Germania, II, 307, 10; territorium Constan- tiense, II, 39, 25.

Constantinopolis, I, 390, 14; II, 23, 9; 490, 10 sqq. — Constaiitinopoli- tani imperatores. I, 183l>, 9.

Copendehaafn, II, 373, 7; vid. Hafnia.

Goruega (Corwey) , monasterium in Westphalia, I, 427, 3.

Culsne (Køllens), ad Garaminsulam pertinens, II, 174, 2. 31.

Cununchelde, I, 28, 10; ^castrum Kongeldense, I, 448, 12; = Konung- hellia, II, 472, 1; Kongeldis, II, 304, 25; Kongeldia, 308, 2. 18. 30.

Curetes, Cureti, Guri, incolæ Gurlan- diæ, I, 224, 15; 230, 5 sqq.; 245, 26; 289, 16; 344, 18; 430, 3.

Gurlandia, I, 378, 4.

Cyprus, Kyprus, Kyber, Ciprus (Cj'- pern). I, 25, 21; 128. 28; 165, 22; 173, 5; 180a, 9; 188, 9; 391, 11 sqq.; II, 24, 19; 83, 2. Ibi mortuus est

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