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INDEX III.

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��Grønæsund, Grønsund, I, 118, 16; 345, 8.

Guldholm (vid. Aurea Insula), II, 150, 2 sqq.

Gut(h)landia, Gotlandia (insula Gul- land), I, 224, 26; 329, 4; II, 121, 21; 123, 7; incolæ eius: Gutlandi, II, 476, 2; =Gutici, I, 316, 19; = Gotti, II, 120, 10.

Guthnesse (Gudensø), II, 176, 6.

��Hadæboth, I, 347, 12, vid. Hethæby. Haf(f)nia (vid. Copendehaafn) , II, 66,

4 ^Hafn); 123, 4; 126, 8; 129, 6 sqq.;

130, 3; 294, 27; 296, 15; 303, 30;

308, 10. 17. 25; 313, 13; 314, 25; 316,

27; 321, 17. 20. 21. 28; 339, 7; 340,

24 sqq.; 345, 10; 350, 23 sqq.; 365, 2.

— Ecclesia b. Mariæ, II, 340, 30. Hagenscow, castrum in Fionia, I,

445, 21. Hagethvet, Hagh (æ) thweth etc. (Ho- ed), in Dyursæ, II, 180, 23; 182, 8;

183, 8; 201, 23; 264, 23. Haldænthorp(Hallendrup)mark, in

Dyursæ, II, 264, 20. Hal(l)andia, I, 218, 11; 320, 16; 322,

18. 23; 353, 18; 408, 7 sqq.; 419,

6; 434, 12; 443, 18; 448, 8. 24; II,

54, 17; 64, 28; 86, 2; 112, 14; 115,

14; 116, 4; 117, 19; 130, 20. — Hal-

landenses, I, 434, 26. Hallebye, iuxta Sleswick, II, 150, 28. Halmstadia, oppidum Halmstadense,

in Hallandia, II, 129, 10; 303, 25;

314, 19' sq.; 355, 1 sqq.; 357, 16

sqq. Halogia (Halogeland), in Norwegia,

I, 279, 25; 280, 15; = Halogland,

I, 330, 6. Hals, in ostio Limfjord, II, 471, 1. Hamborgh, I, 442, 6. — Hammabur-

gensis archiepiscopus, I, 14, 10;

411, 7.

��Hammerense castrum in Bornholm,

II, 128, 4. Hanofro (Hannover), I, 290, 25. Haraldi Kesiæ castrum Roskildis

(Haraldsborg), I, 402, 27; II, 34,15. Haraldstathæ, Haralstad, Harelstæthæ

(Haraldsted), in Sialandia, I, 130,

29; 398, 10; II, 31, 9; 32, 7; 83, 4. Harsslegia, Hareslegia, II, 342, 17;

351, 29, vid. Hathersleef. Hathelef (Harlev) in Jutia, II, 169,

14; 174, 10. Hathersleef, Hathersløøf, HadersleflF,

(Haderslev), I, 308, 2; 452, 19; 484.

V. 17. Haynonia, Hannonia (Hennegau);

Haynonenses, I, 182^, 4; 18311, 5. Hebreus populus, II, 486, 22. Hegdora, vid. Egidora. Heideba, I, 165, 1; vid. Hethæby. Hel, terminus Slavorum orientalis,

II, 466, 28 not. Heli insula (Ely), in Anglia, II, 420,

9. 22. Helghanes (Helgenæs), in Jutia, I,

124, 14. Hellespontus, regio quædam Russiæ,

ut videtur. I, 224, 19; 230, 27; 325,

5; 344, 2. 11; 345, 15; aliter 347, 2.

— Hellespontici, I, 325, 22; 326, 19 sqq.; 344, 5.

Hellucha (Helgeaa), in Scania, I, 365, 23 sqq.; 367, 4.

Helsingburgh (Helsingborg), in Sca- nia, I, 454, 7 sqq.; II, 117, 18; 120, 5; 122, 14; 123, 14; 126, 1 sqq.

Helsingi, incolæ Helsingiæ, I, 278, 16.

— Helsingia (Helsingeland), pars Sweciæ, I, 226, 20; 300, 14; 302, 3.

Helsingora (Helsingør), II, 303, 4 sqq.; 315, 12; 317, 12; 318, 1.

Her(i)vadum, monasterium Cisterc. in Scania, ab Eskillo archiepiscopo fundatum, II, 38, 3; 169, 35; 224, 11; 226, 6; 227, 11; 228, 7.

Hermini, a Kanuto Magno subiecti, I, 178, 16 not.

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