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INDEX III.

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��260, 32; 261, 9; I, 191, 5; 193, 6; 444, 21. — • eccl. frm. prædicatorum,

I, 190, 34 sqq. — ecclesiola monia- lium, II, 67, 8. — • monasterium frm. minorum, II, 293, 12; 316, 10 sq.; conventus ibidem, II, 308, 8. 13. 19.

Sloxhæthæ (Slogs Hede?), in Jutia, II, 220, 18.

Sma(h)eng (Sminge), in Jutia, II, 160, 28; 162, 7; 167, 22. 29; 174, 19 sqq.

Smalandia, provincia Sweciæ (Små- land), I, 449, 17; II, 111, 11.

Sora (Sorø) in Sialandia, I, 453, 29 sqq.; II, 40, 24 sq.; 56, 20 sqq.; 58, 13; 65, 23; 192, 20; 195, 13; 224, 11; 228, 8.

Sprova insula (Sprogø), I, 138, 18;

II, 88, 7 (Sproga).

Stadium, Stadis (Stade), urbs apud

Albim sita. I, 234, 11; II, 252, 19. Stafræ, in Frisia Batavica, II, 487, 23

(Stavern). Stakæburgh, castrum Ostgothiæ, I,

450, 19; = Stæget, II, 114, 4. Stetin, Steethin, in Pomerania, II, 47,

24; 118, 12; = Stytin, I, 431, 5. Sticlastath, in Norwegia, II, 20, 2. Sto(c)kholm, civitas Stocholmensis,

I, 451, 3; II, 126, 6; 131, 10; vid.

Holmis. Stolm, insula Norica, II, 480, 13. Stralswnd, in Pomerania, II, 114, 12;

vid. Sundæ. Stytin, vid. Stetin. Stæfnshæræth (Sokkelunds Herred) in

Sialandia, I, 376, 1. Stæget, vid. Stakæburgh. Swecia (Sverige), = Swet(h)ia, Sue-

thia, etc. passim ut 19, 2; 22, 18;

28, 22; 43, 5 sq.; 48, 14; 53, 7 sqq.;

98, 5; 122, 32; 222, 4 sqq.; 226, 3

sqq.; 235, 6 sqq.; 238, 12 sqq.; 241,

24 sqq.; 256, 9 sqq.; 279, 6 sqq.;

291, 9 sqq.; 292, 18 sqq.; 300, 7

sqq.; 301; 312, 9 sqq.; 324, 18 sqq.;

328, 1; 338, 6 sqq.; 340, 16 sqq.;

342, 22 sqq.; 346, 10; 353; 360, 22

��sqq.; 364—66; 377, 18; 384, 21; .386, 8; 390, 6 sqq.; 396, 6 sqq.; 412, 24 sqq.; 441, 15; 449—50; II, 27, 18; 39, 14; 72, 5; 111, 3 sqq.; 114, 4 sqq.; 117, 15; 138, 4 sqq.; 308, 5. — Sweci, I, 234, 26 sqq.; 238, 23 sqq.; 239, 19 sq.; 245, 26; 316, 19; 317, 25; 403, 5; 410, 20 sqq.; 412, 24; 450, 22 sqq.; II, 116, 15 sqq.; 123, 8 sqq.; 125, 3 sqq.; 131, 10 sqq.; 476, 2. — Swei, I, 170, 24 sqq.; Sueones, I, 165, 6; 222, 4; 338, 7; II, 21, 3 (et fort. I, 19, 16 sqq., ubi est Swenones) ; Suevi, I, 182», 3; 183», 3.

Sueghestorp (Sveistriip) in Jutia, II, 259, 11. 16.

Swenburg(æ), Swin(æ)burgæ, (Svend- borg) in Fionia, II, 293, 16 sqq.; 308, 3. 12. 17. 25; 310, 8. 12; 315, 9; 317, 30; 320, 17; .336, 2.

Suer, insula quædam, fort. in Scania, I, 30, 22.

Swerin, in Mecklenburg, I, 442, 21.

Sundrehereth, in Dyursæ, II, 180, 30; 181, 16; 182, 10; 183, 13.

Sundæ, civitas Sundensis (Stralsuiid),

I, 207, 6 a. i.; 449, 2. Swtercopia (Soderkoping), in Swecia,

II, 304, 19; 308, 1. 2. 6. 21; 309, 6. Syeb(y)erg(h), vid. Segebiærgh. Synderborg, in Alsia, II, 116, 12. Synder(Sønder-)jutia, I, 382, 2; 452,

18; 482, v. 9; II, 125, 18. (Jucia

sunnæn a. I, 168, 13). Syra, vid. Sira. Syria, II, 59, 18. Sythring (Sødring) in Jutia, II, 197,

33—198, 30. Sølwitzburg, castrum, II, 126, 16 sq.

not.

��(Tamesis (Themsen)), flumen Ang-

liæ, II, 402, 16. Tartara (=inferi). I, 134, 14. Tartari, populus Asiaticus, II, 71, 24

{= Turci).

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