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��183b; 184, 13; 378, 6; 381, 13; 382,

10; 383, 20; 384, 18; 441, 21; II,

85, 7; 372, 22; 413, 7; 418, 6; 422,9. Flensburg(h), -borg(h), Flensburgia,

Flensburgis, II, 254, 8; 258, 18;

259, 4; 298, 4; 308, 1. 6. 21; 314,

30; 316, 8; 334, 11—336, 13. —

Flensburgensis, II, 334, 11; 353,

6 . . .; castrum Flensburgense, II,

335, 13. Fly(Fli)ginge in Scania, II. 122, 5;

127, 8; 128, 1 (curia Fligingia). 15

sqq.; 130, 6. Florewagh, portus iuxta Bergas, II,

477, 10. Fontanæ, oppiduni Burgundiæ, s.

Bernardi patria, II, 30, 9. Fot(a)vik, Fotwic, Foothwik, Fo-

tæuig, Fodevick, in Scania, I, (29,

3 sqq.); (134, 9); 165, 29; 404, 18;

II, 34, 19; 107, 3. Francia, Franci, Francigenæ I, 15,

13; 16, 5; 122, 15; 182», 10 sqq.;

182l>, 5; 183b, 7; 184», 6. 13 sq.; 185;

338, 11; 485, v. 19 (Francki) ; II,

109, 6 (error); 289, 3; 371, 4; 410,6. Frisacum (Freisacb) in Theuthonia

(Kårnthen), I, 372, 9. Frisia, Fresia, passim, ut I, 17, 8;

162, 25; 163, 8; 232, 6; 338, 16; 411,

21 (Frisia minor) sqq.; II, 68, 13;

487, 22. — Fresi, Frisones: I, 162,

7; 163, 23; 193, 3; 232, 8 sqq.; 312,

16 sqq.; 394, 6; 411, 23; 441, 24 sqq.;

445, 10; II, 110, 3; 247, 30. Frothonis petra, rupes in Norwegia,

I, 280, 23. Frøkasund, fretum in Norwegia, I,

287, 4. Fuglsløf (Fuglslev) in Dyursæ, II,

264, 5. Fynland prave pro Samland, I, 441,

17.

Gallia, Galliæ (Frankrig), I, 15, 11; 122, 2. 11; 169, 19 sq.; II, 47, 29; 50, 26; 56, 16; 409, 28; 410, 6. 17.

��19; 413,5; 434,7. — Galli = Franci,

I, 346, 17 sqq. Gamlæwisyng, ftionast. monialium

Benedict., II, 197, 20.

Gardensis, vid. Gronlandi.

Geldefordia, in Anglia, II, 418, 18.

Gelltoftæ, curia archiepiscopalis in Scania, II, 123, 14.

Germania, Germani (rarius). I, 16, 21; 169, 19 sq.; 232, 12; 323, 6; 325, 18 sqq.; 336, 21; 338, 1 sqq.; 342, 15; II, 39, 22.

Gersherret, territorium Scaniæ, II, 124, 4.

Glappethwæt (Glatved), villa in Dyur- sæ, II, 201, 23; 264, 23.

Glumstorp, in Scania, I, 408, 3.

Gothi (Gother), a quibus Dani pi'o- dierunt, I, 219, 24 sqq.

Got(h)ia (Gotland), australis pars Sweciæ, I, 122, 32; 218, 13 sqq.; 222, 8; 279, 7; 298, 6; 305, 28; 327, 6 sqq.; 400, 13; 408, 4. — Gothi (Goter), in Swecia, I, 303, 4. 16; 305, 21; 316, 19; 317, 25; 383, 24; 396, 6 sqq.; 412, 24; II, 471, 21; (Gouti).

Gothorp (Gottrup, Gotteropp), ca- strum iuxta Sleswik, I, 452, 20: 453, 2; 484, v. 16; 485, v. 18; IL 366, 28.

Gouti = Gothi, II, 471, 21.

Gramhæræth, in Sonderjutia, I, 221, 27.

Gratha(e), Gratheheth, Grathemose, in Jutia, I, 33, 16; 138, 5; 173, 22; 188, 18; 419, 17; 431, 23; II, 40, 20.

Grecia, I, 225, 4; 385, 24; 391, 9; II, 466, 16; 488, 2; 490, 12; 491, 26.

— Greci, I, 66, 10; 120, 31; 220, 3; 390, 11; II, 490, 2 sqq.

Grinøgh (Grenaa), in Jutia (Dyursæ)

II, 220, 19.

Grobæk(mark), in Dyursæ, II, 264, 21. Gronlandi (Grønlændere), II, 476, 1.

— Gardenses episcopi (Bisper for Grønland), II, 307, 11. 18.

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