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Crati

CRATI See VAL DI CRATI. link_to_follow

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Courland

COURLAND See KURLAND. link to follow

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Cottbus

COTTBUS Or, Kottbus;  Chosebuz (Sorb). Town on the River Spree, southeast of Berlin, northeast of Dresden, a Stadtkreis in southeastern Brandenburg. It belonged to Lower Lusatia (Niederlausitz), which was acquired by Brandenburg in 1448. When the rest of Lower Lusatia … Continue reading

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Cosenza

COSENZA #179628159 / gettyimages.com The northernmost province in the Calabria region in southwest Italy, named from its capital, which is high in the valley of the River Crati, the valley where Robert Guiscard began his career. In the Kingdom of … Continue reading

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Conserans

CONSERANS Variant of COUSERANS. link_to_follow

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Comunidad Valenciana

COMUNIDAD VALENCIANA The Valencian Community:  see VALENCIA. link_to_follow

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Christiansand

CHRISTIANSAND See KRISTIANSAND. link_to_follow

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Chełmno

CHEŁMNO   See CULMERLAND. link_to_follow

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Cheb

CHEB See EGERLAND. link_to_follow

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Catherlogh

CATHERLOGH   Or, Caterlaw. Old forms of CARLOW.

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Castilla La Nueva / Castilla La Vieja

CASTILLA LA NUEVA/CASTILLA LA VIEJA See NEW CASTILE and OLD CASTILE. links_to_follow

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Cassubia

CASSUBIA See KASHUBIA. link_to_follow

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Cassel

CASSEL    KASSEL. See HESSE-CASSEL. link_to_follow

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Carelia

CARELIA See KARELIA. link_to_follow

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Carantania

CARANTANIA  KARANTIEN. A name for the mountainous south of the Roman province of Noricum, extending over the later Carinthia (a variant form), Styria (originally the Carantanian Mark) and Carniola.

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