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��SCRIPTORES MINORES

��Hertløff, curia principalis in Scania,

II, 121, 13. Hesperius = Italiens, I, 66, 12. Hestia, vid. Estonia, I, 278, 17. Hethæby (Hethubu, Hæthæby, He-

tbæbii, Heideba; vid. Hadæboth), I,

53, 14; 165, 1. 24. 30; 174, 3; 316,

19; II, 33, 23; 69, 16; 110. 6. Hetmarcia (Hedemarken), in Nor-

wegia. I, 279, 19. Hialm (Hiælm, Hyælm), insula, a

profugis regis Erici Klepping in-

terfectoribus occupata, I, 448, 16;

II, 71, 5; 113, 11. Hiarnø insula apud Jutiam, I, 286,

18. Hibernia, Hybernia, Ybernia (Irland)

passim, ut I, 122, 1; 262, 8; 283, 2;

288, 22; 320, 4; 346, 21; 351, 22 sq.;

405, 25 sqq.; II, 38, 14. — Hyber-

nici, I, 283, 2; 289, 2 sqq.; 347, 20;

Hyberniensis, II, 38, 9. Hiickebierg, Heckebiergh, in Scania,

II, 131, 1. 5. Hierosolyma (Jerosolima, Jerusalem,

Hierusalem etc): I, 24, 25; 25, 18.

20; 173, 5 (Iherusalem) ; 385, 21;

II, 24, 15; 54, 4; 58, 26; 107, 1; 108,

9 sqq.; 109, 5 sqq. (error); 112, 18;

457, 11; 461, 25; 462, 5 sqq.; 463,

2. 17; 464, 4. 20; 489, 1 sqq.; vid.

J(h)erosolima, J(h)erosolyma; Hie-

rosolymitanus, II, 24, 19; 108, 11. Hilde (n)semense studium (Hildes-

heim), II, 48, 8; 430, 7 sq. Hildestatheruthe, Hildestat(-stad), Hil-

destath(skogh), (Hyllested in Dyur-

sæ), II, 179, 23; 180, 23; 182, 9; 183,

8; 264, 1 sqq. Hising, insula in fluvio Elf, II, 471,

20. Hispania (Hyspania, Yspania), II, 55,

5; 85, 14; 274, 2 sqq.; 289, 4; 371, 4. Hislandensis = Islandensis, I, 96. 11. Hiælmæzlof (Hjelmslev) in Jutia, pla-

citum, II, 255, 31.

��Holgardia, in Russia, I, 278, 14 (Now- gorod).

HoUandia (fort. pars Prussiæ orien- talis), I, 261, 16.

Holmis (Stockholm), II, 304, 20; 308, 2. 12. 15. 26; 309, 7.

Hols(z)atia (Holstein), Hols(z)ati pas- sim, velut I, 102, 16; 387, 19; 394, 6; 410, 2; 441, 23; 443, 22; 446, 5; 454, 18 sqq.; 480, v. 2; 482, v. 9; 483, V. 15; II, 54, 18; 55, 3; 65, 3; 67, 22 sqq.; 68, 3; 72 App., 6; 84, 9; 109, 8. 16; 115—116; 121, 16: 125, 18; 467, 1.

Hora Antiqua, vid. Antiqua Hera.

Horningthorp (Hørning), in Jutia, II, 198, 3 sqq.

Hornshæræth in Sialandia, I, 51, 19.

Hors(s)nes (Horsens) in Jutia, I, 286, 18; II, 203, 15 sq.; 205, 8; 238, 19. 30; 297, 20 sqq.; 308, 3. 19. 25; 317, 3; 318, 21; 320, 24; 323, 23; 366— 67, 374, 22. — Horsnes curia Ci- sterciensium de Cara insula, II, 197, 9; 199, 6. — Horsnenses (cives), II, 366, 8. 14 . . .

Hostenborgia (Holstebro?), II, 338,14.

Hostiensis = Ostiensis, II, 289, 12. 29.

Houæ, oppidum Westgothiæ, I, 447, 5 sqq.; II, 70, 7.

Humbria(Northumberland), I, 312,24.

Humla, Humlum, portus in Limfjord, I, 126, 11; 127, 12.

Huni, Hunorum populus (in Russia), I, 263, 19; 275, 12—278.

(H)ungaria (Ungarn), Hungari, I, 182», 183»; II, 372, 7. 14; 491, 27.

Hwsem (Husum), in Sønderjutia, II, 303, 27; 314, 23 sq.; 317, 4.

Hybernia, vid. Hibernia.

Hysøre (vid. lisøre). I, 124, 28.

Hythinsø (Hiddens Oie), iuxta Ru- giam. I, 279, 4.

Hyumsborgh (Jomsborg), in Slavia, I, 118, 6 (falso Hynnisburg 119, 5).

Hænæsgafl (Hindsgavl), castrum in Fionia, II, 71, 19.

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