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INDEX III.

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��Høkæbiærg(h) et Høk(æ)køping in Sialandia, I, 46, 8; 234, 1 sq.

Høther (Højer) in Sønderjutia, I, 242, 9.

Ines, in Jutia, curia monast. Caræ- insulæ (Oens?), II, 197, 3 (Ynes) ; 220, 19.

Insula Dei (Holme, nunc Brahetrolle- borg) in Fionia, monast. Cisterc, II, 221, 35; 224, 12; 226, 7; 227, 12; 228, 9; 374, 26.

Insulæ inter Daniam et Orientem, I, 276, 1.

Island (ia), Ysland(ia) etc. I, 122, 33; 218, 19—219, 18; Islandi, II, 476, 1; modi Hislandenses, I, 96, 11.

Is(æ)fjordh, Ysæfjorth etc, I, 46, 11; 234, 2; 242, 2.

I(i)søre, Hysøre, Ysøør, locus quidam iuxta ostium Isæfjord, I, 125, 27; 360, 3; 377, 5.

Italia, I, 122, 2. 12; 329, 6; 366, 18 (Ytalia); 423, 26; II, 413, 5.

Jalang, Jaling, Jel(l)ing (Jellinge), in

Jutia, I, 116, 25; 135, 22; 355, 12;

II, 34, 9. Jamptorum et Jarnberorum terræ

(Jæmteland og Dalarne), I, 278, 16. Jathira (Jæderen), in Norwegia, I,

320, 2. J(h)erosolima, I, 24, 25; 25, 20; 128,

27; II, 110, 2; 438, 7 sqq. — .J(h)e-

rosolyma, I, 165, 21; 188, 9; vid.

Hierosolyma. Jordanis fluvius, II, 46, 16; 439, 5;

489, 16. Julinum, oppidum Slaviæ, ab Haraldo

Blatan fundatum. I, 353, 14; 357, 8;

387, 27 sqq. Junarcopia, Jonarcopia (Jonkoping),

in Swecia, II, 304, 21; 308, 9. 28. Jutia, Jutland(ia), passim, ut, 1,16,7;

24, 2; 27, 9. 16; 29, 22; 30, 12 sqq.;

43—45; 51, 8; 53, 14; 124, 15; 128,

19; 138, 3; 162, 1; 165, 16; 166, 13;

��193, 3; 217, 20 sqq.; 242, 9 sqq.; 252, 1; 255,8; 283,13; 308,1; 319,9; 321, 9; 322, 25 sqq.; 339,7; 353, 19 sqq.; 362, 21; 376, 10; .394, 23; 400, 14. 29 sqq.; 409—20 passim; 454, 19 sqq.; 455, 25 sqq.; II, 40, 13 sqq.;

110, 4; 140, 19 — Jutia northen

a et Jutia sunnæn a, I, 168, 13 sq. — Jutiæ dux, ducatus. I, 443, 16; 445, 16; 446, 7; 447, 12; 451, 13; 456, 1; II, 41, 1 not.; 47, 21; II, 70, 1; 84, 5; 112, 4; 116, 6. 13; 298, 5; 301, 18. — Juti, I, 166, 7; 220, 9 sqq.; 277, 13; 340, 12; 341, 7; 372, 2; 382, 10; 384, 14; 402, 16 sqq.; 409 sqq. passim; Jutenses passim, ut I, 22, 20; 32, 19; 33, 15; 173, 10; 273, 14; 453, 1; Jutones, I, 45, 2 sqq.

Kalding(h), Caldingæ, Kaldingæ, Kol- lyngia (Kolding), KoUyngenses, I, 445, 16; 446, 25; II, 65, 18; 69, 17; 300, 27—301, 21; 309, 7; 309, 18; 319, 3; 351, 1 sqq.

Kalundburgh, Kalendeburgh, Kalun- deburgæ (Kallundborg), Kalunde- burgenses, -burgiani. I, 425, 13; II, 71, 18; 294, 24. 28; 296, 15; 308, 4. 24; 319, 4; 320, 9; 365, 23 sqq.

Karentia (Garz), urbs Rugiæ, I, 428, 12—429, 10.

Karlebu (Kalby) in Jutia, II, 162, 11; 180, 20; 181, 18; 182, 8; 183, 6.

Karstorp (Kjærstrup) et Katelstorp (olim Kjeldstrup) in Lalandia, II. 300, 23 sq.

Kiil, Kilo, Kyl(o) (Kiel), urbs Hol- satiæ. I, 192, 9; 443, 9; 453, 2«; II, 121, 4; 297, 12 sqq.; 307, 23; 316, 24.

Kollyngia, vid Kalding.

(Kongeaaen), I, 482, 8.

Kongeide, vid. Cununchelde.

Kowirki, pars Danæwirchi, I, 220, 10.

Krogis, in Swecia, (?), II, 304, 22.

Kycæthorp, rectius Kysæthorp (Kisse- rup), in Sialandia, II, 68, 24.

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