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��SCRIPTORES MINORES

��Wisby in Gutlandia, II, 123, 7; 304, 19; 374, 27 (Wisbycensis).

Vitesc(h)ola, Withscuela (Vitskøl), in Jutia, monasterium Cisterciensium,

11, 40, 23; 140, 24—145, 14; 160, 27; 161, 26; 166, 34; 192, 25. 31; 193,

12. 19; 194, 23; 195, 2. 16; 200, 30; 202, 19; 203, 2; 204, 10. 21; 205. 11. 15. 17. 23; 208, 5 sqq.; 221, 34; 224, 11; 226, 7; 227, 11; 228, 8; 229, 18 sqq.; 230, 9.

Viterbium (Viterbo), in Italia, II, 306,

15. Withesle(æ)th, insulæ Daniæ orienta-

les. I, 43, 8 sqq.; 220, 7 sq. Witlandzherret, pars Scaniæ, II, 124,

5. Wole (Hvol), in Jutia, II, 174, 19 sqq. Wortbiærgh, in Dyursæ, II, 264, 4. Worthingburgh, Wort(h)inborg(h),

Wordingborch (Vordingborg) , in

Sialandia, I, 435, 23; 452, 3; II,

83, 11; 115, 4; 274, 13; vid. Or-

thineeburgh.

��Ybernia =. Hibernia, I, 262, 8. Ymbre (vid. Fimbria) = Fehmern, II,

66, 1. Ynes, vid. Ines. Ysæfjorth, Ysøør (Hysør) etc. vid. Isæ-

fjorth, lisøre etc. Ysland, I, 218, 19 sqq.; vid. Island. Yspania = Hispania, II, 274, 2 sqq.

��Ystadia (Ystad), in Scania, Ystaden- sis, II, 298, 11 sqq.; 307, 2; 308, 8. (Ystatæ) 21. 22. 23. 27; 319, 10 sq.; 322, 20; 356, 4; 359, 6—364, 11.

i^leholm, castrum in Blekingia, II,

121, 10 sqq. Ælvesborg (Elfsborg), castrum in

Swecia, II, 124, 16. Æplæholt (Ebbeholt), in Sialandia,

monast. s. Willelmi abbatis, II, 57,

6; 65, 5. Æscenedunum, in Anglia, II, 404, 20

sqq.; vid. Aescenedunum, Mons

fraxinorum.

Øgethorp (Ørup), in Dyursæ, II, 179,

22; 180, 23; 182, 8; 183, 8. Ølandia, insula Swecica, I, 300, 6; 430,

2; II, 111, 11. Ølsyæ (Højelse), in Sialandia, II, 47,

22; =01ishøve, II, 56, 7. Øm = Carainsula: II, 40, 29; 176, 5;

177, 25; 179, 19; 181, 20; 183, 29;

214, 12; 220, 24; 221, 19; 225, 13;

237, 21; 245, 25; 254, 19; 258, 15;

259, 8. — domus episcopi ibidem.

II, 200, 13; 216, 20. Ønekopinge (Enkoping), in Swecia,

II, 118, 5; vid. Enarcopia, Enecopia. Ørebro, in Swecia, II, 111, 3; cfr.

Howæ. Østthorp (Østrup), in Jutia, II, 191,

21.

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