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��SCRIPTORES MINORES

��Ericus Egothe, inde dictus Cyprius, I, 165, 25; 166, 1. 19; 180», 11

Dacia, Datia, Dania passim; loci no- tabiliores sunt: I, 15, 5. 14; 16, 6 sqq.; 18, 2 sqq.; 18, 22; 22; 24, 10 sqq.; 29, 6 sqq.; 43, 1 sqq.; 44, 7; 45, 13 sqq.; 108, 20 sq.; 122, 23 sqq.; 164, 20 (error); 170, 6; 217, 11—218, 13; 220, 4—19; 226, 4; 241, 25 sqq.; 245, 27 sqq.; 256, 10 sqq.; 257, 18 sqq.; 296, 17 sqq.; 300, 6. 27 sqq.; 307, 25 sqq.; 311, 6 sqq.; 312, 2; 339, 5 sqq.; 347, 10 sqq.; 350, 12 sqq.; 387, 23 sqq.; 390, 3 (metropolis Daciæ) ; 393, 21 sqq.; 401; 417, 14 sqq.; 422, 9 sq.; 437, 438; 444, 15 sqq.; 476—86; II, 47, 20; 112, 4; 113, 12; 115, 10; 116, 13; (117, 6); 118, 2; 238, 18; 241, 9 sqq.; 247, 21 sqq.; 333, 15; 341, 11 sq.; 371, 5; 372, 17 sqq. — Daciæ provincia fr. min., II, 292; 309, 22; 311, 17 sqq.; 312, 14 et sæpius.

Daci, Dani passim; loci notabiliores sunt: I, 14, 5; 15, 5 sq.; 16, 4 sqq.; 19, 15; 26, 27 sqq.; 44, 12; 50, 8; 53, 12; 98, 4; 104; 112, 1—17; 114,

14 sqq.; 116, 8 sq.; 120, 6 sqq.; 126, 3; 163, 23 sqq.; 170, 13; 177, 8; 217, 11—19 (gygantes); 219, 22 —220, 3; 235, 9 sqq.; 242, 3 sqq.; 243, 16; 257, 13 sq.; 258, 13; 261, 11 sqq.; 264, 14 sqq.; 274, 17; 275, 6. 14; 280, 18; 282, 22 sqq.; 290,

15 sqq.; 312, 29; 316, 16 sqq.; 318, 13 sqq.; 342, 12; 347, 4 sqq.; 348, 25 sqq.; 354—55; 358; 360; 369; 377,-24 sqq.; 380, 17 sqq.; 381, 21; 384, 23 sqq.; 390, 13 sqq.; 412, 26 sqq.; 442, 13; 442, 22; 443, 6; 446, 13; 447, 5; 449—50; 452—56; 476 —86; II, 111, 5 sq.; 111, 21 sq.; 114, 7; 389, 12 et passim in sqq.; 466, 15 sqq.; 476. — dux Danorum, dux

��Daciæ, I, 180», 29; II, 31, 8; 83, 2. — ■ Dacianus: ecclesia Daciana, I, 388, 10 sq.; 390, 7; II, 108, 13; 119, 2; Dacianæ terræ immitis populus, II, 363, 10. — Danicus: lingua Da- nica, I, 237, 27; 264, 28; II, 266, 13; 341, 35; 365, 4. — poemata Danica, I, 284, 10; 301, 12; 316, 14. — Da- nica cerevisia, II, 272, 16. — Da- nica moneta, II, 335, 24.

Dalby in Scania, aliquamdiu sedes episcopalis. I, 371, 3; II, 124, 2—12.

Dalenses (Gudbrandsdøler) , e Nor- wegia, in exercitu Ringonis in proelio Bravallensi, I, 318, 2.

Danai, a quibus falso ducitur origo Danorum, I, 220, 3.

(Danebroge, I, 459—60).

Danærigh lapis. I, 45, 11.

Danæwirchi, Danavyrki, Daniuerki Danewherchk, Danæwirki, Danæ wirke, Danæwirkø, etc, I, 44, 17 112, 15 sqq.; 114, 14; 138, 19; 139 20; 354, 3; 401, 10; 415, 24; II 68, 6; 88, 6.

Danomarchia = Dania, II, 412, 16.

Dantszke (Danzig), II, 125, 5.

Danubius (Donau), I, 106, 13.

Delmenhorst, comitatus in Germania septemtrionali, II, 122, 18.

Dimin (Demmin), castrum in Pome- rania, II, 58, 7.

Dodona, in Græcia, I, 66, 17.

Dofræ, Dovær (Dover), villa iuxta Caraminsulam, II, 202, 23; 203, 9. 29; 219, 10 sqq.; 249, 4. — Dofræ mark, II, 259, 11. 17.

Dowerfiall (Dovrefjæld) in Norwegia, I, 320, 21.

Dramelstorp (Drammelstrup), D.mark, in Dyursæ, II, 264, 11. 14.

Dublinum, in Hibernia, I, 262, 8 sqq.; 289, 12; 347, 1 (Dublinia civitas) : 351, 22 sqq. (Dublinia).

Dweholm (Kaldingis), II, 300, 29.

Duna, urbs Hellesponti, I, 224, 19 sqq.

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