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INDEX III,

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��Dusiæfal (= Anundælef) in Scania,

II, 53, 18. Dytmersia (Ditmarsken), II, 304, 27;

vid. Thetmercia. Dy(i)ursæ, Dyurse, Diursø, Dyursø,

in Jutia (Djursland, proprie Djursø,

quondam insula), I, 372, 2; II, 178,

29; 181, 15; 197, 16; 213, 6. 12;

214, 4; 215, 2; 220, 17; 221, 20;

222, 18; 263, 17. Dæneholm, castrum in diocesi Sweciæ

Lincopensi, II, 125, 1.

tgidora, Egdora, Hegdora, Eyderus, Eydora, Eidria, flumen (Eider), I, 102, 13; 114, 22; 162, 10; 259, 9; 339, 2; 401, 15; 414, 24; 434, 14; 481, V. 8.

Egiptii (=Ægyptii), II, 442, 1; Egyp- tia servitus, II, 486, 23.

Ekerei, insula Norica, II, 471, 16.

Elf (Gøtaelv), II, 471, 19 sqq.

Enarcopia, Enecopia (Enkoping), in Swecia, II, 304, 20; 308, 29; 309, 9.

Ening(e), Eningruthe (Enner(gaarde)), in Dyursæ", II, 179, 22; 180, 23; 182, 8; 183, 8.

Ermelandia, I, 178, 15 not.

Ertenburgh, castrum apud Albiam, prope Lauenburg, I, 441, 7.

Eskingbec (Essenbæk), in Jutia, II, 174, 18.

Esrom, monast. Cistertiens. ab Eskillo archiep. fundatum. I, 423, 3; II, 54, 16; 141, 15; 142, 14; 169, 36 181, 3; 183, 19; 203, 2; 204, 20 205, 12; 206, 1; 229, 34; 230, 9 vid. E(sbernus); =: Esserum, II, 150, 3.

Estland(ia), Est(h)onia, Hestia (Est- land), I, 166, 24; 278, 17; 376, 6; 378, 4; 442, 12; 459—60; 480, v. 2; II, 54, 22; 57, 21; 58, 25; 69, 21; 84, 9; 106, 8; 109, 3 sqq.; Estones, I, 288, 3; 430, 3; II, 374, 5 sqq.; Estonia gens. I, 171, 11.

��Europa, I, 224, 29. Eydersteth, I, 445, 10.

��Falster, Falstria, I, 43, 2. 9; 220, 8;

358, 6; 387, 24; 414, 27; 420, 13

sqq.; 454, 3; 482, v. 9; II, 113, 10;

302, 6 sqq. Falsterbo, in Scania, II, 355, 6. Fanum Jovis (Fanjeaux), in Gallia,

II, 55, 10. Fardale (Faardal?), villa in Jutia,

II, 174, 19. (Favonius (Vestenvinden), I, 90, 16). Felin, in Livonia, I, 460, 11. Ferraria, urbs Italiæ, II, 324, 6. Ferør (Færøerne), I, 431, 13. — Fa- rensis (episcopus), II, 307, 15. Fimbria (Femern), I, 482, v. 9; vid.

Ymbre. Findørp, Findrup, Finderopp, iuxta

Viburg, II, 70, 29; 86, 12; 112, 6. Fin(d)land(ia), I, 67, 10 (pro Sem-

landia), II, 54, 10; 125, 13; 322, 29;

= Finnia, I, 222, 19; II, 111, 11 (?).

— Finnus, Fynnus, II, 310, 19; 322,

27; Finni, I, 222, 14; 344, 22 sqq.;

II, 466, 27. — Finnensis, I, 302, 11;

Phinnicus, I, 243, 24. = Finmar-

chia. I, 281, 16; 344, 21. Finnia

fort. Finvedia, tractus Sweciæ, I,

413, 12; II, 111, 11. Fionia, Feonia, Fiunia, Fyonia etc,

Pheonia, Phiune, Fyn, passim, ut

I, 16, 7; 24, 2; 43—45; 124, 15;

161, 15; 165, 16; 168, 13; 172, 23;

175, 39; 218, 5; 220, 15; 225, 17;

299, 12; 308, 1; 309, 15; 319, 9;

323, 1; 369, 28; 382, 12; 394, 13;

408, 21; 409, 28; 411, 20; 414, 26;

415, 14; 416, 14 sqq.; 417, 15; II, 116, 5; 119, 14; 173, 25; 174, 14. — placitum Fyoniæ, II, 299, 13 sq. — Feonienses, Fiunenses etc, I, 22, 20;

416, 18

Flandria, Flandrenses: I, 22, 4; 164, 14; 177, 3; 180^, 11 sqq.; 182-b,

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