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INDEX III.

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��II, 50, 23; 60, 30; 64, 25; 107, 16;

108, 16; 113, 19; 121, 17; 122, 6 sqq.

— studium Lundense, II, 308, 27. Lwndæ (Lunden) in Dytmersia, II,

304, 27. Lundonia, Londonia (London) , in

Anglia, I, 171, 13; 233, 2 sqq.; II.

402, 12 sqq. (Londonienses, II, 403.

8); 406, 22; 418, 17. Lundoniæ = Lund, I, 134, 9 (?, fort.

corruptum pro: nundinarumque) . Lusæhog, iuxta Viborg, I, 42, 14. Lybek, civitas Lybicensis, Lybeka, Ly-

bæka. I, 435, 7; II, 247, 12; 252, 16;

261, 28. — Lubicenses, I, 444, 14

sqq.; II, 109, 11 sqq.; marca Lube-

censis, II, 121, 5; synodus Lybicen- sis, II, 247. 24 sqq. Lymphyord, Lymfiorth (Limfjorden),

I, 218, 3; 381, 2; 402, 24. Lymum (Lime), in Julia, I, 84, 24. Lythø (Lj'ø), iuxta Fioniam, I, 442,

19. Lyurskog (Lyrskovshede), apud Sles-

wik. I, 188, 3; {= campestria Hei-

deba. I, 164, 28 sq.). Læthrø (castrum, fort. Søborg in Sia-

landia). I, 423, 9. Losa, in Swecia, II, 304, 22.

��Magu(o)ncia (Mainz), I, 14, 2; 17, 7;

23, 23; 44, 11; 157, 1; 163, 2; 347, 6. Malmogæ(-ia), urbs Malmogia(na),

(Maimo), II, 301, 26 sqq.; 307, 17;

309, 1; 313, 13 sqq.; 317, 25; 340,

15 — 350 passim. — ædes s. Petri,

342, 6. 20; ss. Symonis et Judæ, 341, 31; s. Georgii, 343, 29; capella s. Annæ, 301, 27; sacellum s. Cru- cis, 341, 26; hospitale s. Spiritus,

343, 34. — Malmogiani, 346, 1. 10; Malmogenses, 350. 25.

Marchia = Brandenburg, I, 456, 1. Maribo monasterium in Lalandia, II,

307, 19. Marienburg in Prussia, II, 125, 8. Marrocho, II, 289, 32.

��Marstrandia in Norwegia, II, 304, 25;

309, 2. Mediterraneum mare (Middelhavet), I,

53, 6 sq.; 347, 1; II, 488, 12. Medius Transitus (Middelfart), I, 128,

19. Meitheburg (Magdeburg), II, 252, 23;

Mægdeborgh, 253, 28. Mersburgh (Merseburg), I, 412, 2. Mesing in Jutia (in territorio Hjelms- lev), II, 174, 8. Metis (Metz) in Lotharingia, I, 424,

1; civitas Metensis, II, 40, 27. Mildebro, in Frisia, II, 110, 4 (I, 445,

10); cfr.: Mildænburgh, II, 68, 13. Misnia (Meissen) ; Saxonia Misnensis,

II, 129, 4. Modicum passagium (Lillebælt), I,

218, 5. Mons fraxinorum = Aescenedunum,

in Anglia, II, 404, 21. Mons Lucii in Burgundia, II, 312, 8. Mons Tiliæ (Lindbierg), in Hallandia,

II, 130, 19. Mosse (Mos Sø) in Jutia, II. 176, 6;

= Mo sio, II, 216, 7. Myosund (Mysunde) apud SUam, II,

68, 10. Møhgh (pro Møghel), monticulus in

Dyursæ, II, 264, 5 (Møgelbjerg). Mon, Møon, insula. I, 43, 2. 9; 220, 7;

358, 6; 421, 2.

��Neapolis, II, 212, 11. 32.

Nestved (ia) , Nestwethia, Nestwet (h, -is) ,

Næstwæth, in Sialandia, II, 69, 1. 7;

233, 3; 235, 32; 236, 9. 31; 295, 1—

296, 15; 308, 3. 11. 18; 317, 7; 318,

8; 320, 12; 364, 12—365. — Nest-

vedensis passim. Nicopia, vid. Nykoping. Nidrosia (Throndhjem) in Norwegia,

II, 304, 26; 372, 26; 373, 5. Nioterei, insula apud Tunsbergh, II,

473, 16. Nissa (Nisaa), in Hallandia, I. 372, 5. Nit(h)eri, populus Noricus, I, 227, o.

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