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BARDULIA The original name of the County of CASTILE, before the towers and fortifications of the marcher county caused its renaming. The original County lay along the upper reaches of the River Ebro and in the Cantabrian Mountains nearby.
BARDENGAU District in northeastern (Lower) Saxony in the early middle ages, drained by the River Ilmenau, a left-bank tributary of the lower Elbe. The main town of Bardowick was once an important commercial centre, but it was overtaken in importance … Continue reading