Cartographica Neerlandica Topographical names for Ortelius Map No. 22


Scales

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A3, B3  Scala milliarum Anglicorum|10 20 30 40 50

Oceans, Seas, Bays, Gulfs, Straights, Capes

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A3  Bay of sidert
D1, C1  Baye of Slego
A1  Bere hauen
C1  Borrey sw lley.
A1  Cape Clere
A2  Condore
D1  Connachticum Mare,|G raldo Cambrensi. (C1) <The Sea of Connach, as Gyraldus Cambrensis calls it.>
A1  Croke hauen
C3  Hibernicum Mare,Margaritas|sed subfuscas & liuentes generat.Pol d. (B3) <The Irish Sea, which generates pearls, but only brown and blue ones, says Polydorus.>
B3, C3  Irlandesey.
A2  Loug k ne
A2  Old heade
D3  Rackl n
D1  Red bayle
B1, A1  S Kelmes
D3  Strangford|hauer.
B1, C1  The ba e of Galloway.
D3  The ba e of Knokfergus

Textblocks

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D2  De hoc Erno lacu scribit|G rald.Cambr.quod olim fons|fuerit, sed ob incolarum nefandam|cum bestijs veneren,Deo irato, in tantum gaguarum diluuiem erupu:|i▀e, vt totum eum tractum cum h§i:|bus inundatione submerserit.Atq.in|rei gestŠ Veritatem, hodieq.,sereno temp:|re etiamnum templorű turres sub|undis hinc inde conspici. <About this Lake Erno Gyraldus Cambrensis writes that it was once a spring, but because the inhabitants shamefully venerated beasts, God became angry and caused such a flood to break out, that the entire area including the people were submerged by this inundation. And if these matters still contain the truth, it is now a quiet time, although I can still see the towers of the Temples under the waves.>
C1  Ex Gyraldo Camb.|In Arran insulis, hominum corpora non putrescunt,|eoque non humantur, sed diuo exposita permanent in:|corrupta.Sic homines auos, atauos, tritauos longamq.|stirpis suŠ seriem magna admiratione cognoscunt In.ea|non sunt mures;et si aliunde illati fuerint, in mare|confestim se prŠcipitant; sin impediantur, emoriuntur. (A1) <From Gyraldus Cambrensis. On the Arran islands the dead bodies of humans do not decay, but exposed to the open air they remain uncorrupted. In this way they highly admire their fathers, grandfathers and great-grandfathers. On these islands there are no mice and if any come from elsewhere, they throw themselves into the sea, and if they are not held back, they will die.>
D3  Hanc insulŠ partem|Anglis colendam de:|dit Elisabetha AngliŠ|regina; Coloniaque du:|cta est D˝o smetho|equite aurato 1572. [Part of this island was given to the English to live here by Elisabeth, Queen of the English. The settlement was ruled by Mr.Smethus, a horseman clad with gold, in 1572.>

Placenames

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C2, C3  Abracan
B2  Addare.
B2, B3  Alda
B3  Alleynsco:|urt.
C2  Alone
D3  Andele 
C2, C1  Anguen:|re
B1  Ardaston
A2, B2  Ardcolu:|me.
A1  Arde
C3  Arde.
B2  Arderah ne
A2  Ardmore
D3  Arglos
B3  Arklo:|we.
D3, C3  Armagh|Metropolis
A2, B2  Armoye
B2  Askel n
D2  Asserou.
B2  Athas|k ll.
B2  Athy
C2  Ato 
D3  Ba:|ne.
B2, C2  Balagre
B2, C2  Balanet 
D2  Balash n
A3  Balc:|hak
B1  Balencol|man
A2  Balene|mart r
A1  Balen|shyl g
B2  Baliadam
B2, C2  Baliberten
B3  Balk n:|glas.
A2  Balley
A2  Bal n|cot n
D3  Bangor
B2, C2  Bank er
B1  Baron of Ibercan.
B2  Belamget
D2, C2  Beleter:|bert.
D3  Belfurst
C3  Bew:|le 
B2  Boleyuane.
D2  Bolocke
B3  Brey.
D3  Br an|fert 
A2  Bubrady
B2  Bura:|ty.
B2  By:|nage
C3  C Lonard.
B2  C. of the water
B2, C2  C.Brak
B2, C2  C.Gesthill
C2  C.Jourdan
B3  C.Ken n
B2  C.Lee.
D2  C.Loger
A1, B1  C.Lough
B1  C.Mangen
B2, B3  C.Martin.
C1  C.Nemene 
B2  C.|Conel.
B2  Cala:|ne.
C2  Canan
B2, C2  Carberg
B3  Carig:|brenna.
B2  Carloo.
C3  Carlyng|ford.
A2, B2  Caroo
A2, B2  Carygma:|gr ffy
B1  Car ngpo ll
D2  Castel Fynne
D2  Castell|Derre 
D2  Castell|Ihony.
B1  Castel|more
B2  Cauu l|ley.
B2  Ca▀:|hyll.
B3  Clame.
B3, C3  Clantarse
B2  Clare
B2, B3  Cloghnoga
B3  Cloha:|man.
A3  Clomi:|ue.
B3, C2  Cloncurey (C3)
A2  Clonne
A2  Clonnell
B2  Clonrand.
B3  Clon|more
B2  Codk l.
D3  Colerranne
B2, B3  Colonmo:|lon.
B3  Conal.
A2  Cone|kyslane
D3  Corane.
A2  Core
B2  Corgrage
A2  Cork:|hege.
A2  Corke
B2, C2  Couarnar
A2  Coursey
B2  Cro:me
C2  Crogem
B2  Croghbragan
C3  Ctenok
B2  Damnagh
B3  Deepes
C2  Delu n
C2  Dillon
D2  Dongall.
D3, C3  Downe
C3  Drodag.
B2  Duamase
E3  Duauord.
B3  Dubl n
C3  Dulyke
C3  Dun:|drome
D2, D1  Dunbrose
C3  Dundalk
A3  Dund|man
A2  Dungal.
D2  Dungal.
A2  Dungar:|uan.
A1  Dunke:|ran.
D3  Dunl s:|he.
B2  Dunmore
E3  Dunweg
B2, C2  Duufort.
B1  D ngen.
C2  Farrold
E3  Faudel
B2  Fulkescourt
B2  Fyndert
D2  Fyne
B2, C2  Gal:we 
B2, A2  Gere:|pont
E3  Gillekaren
D3  Glanarmo
B1  Glancan|ber 
B3  Glandalag
B3  Glaska|r g
B2  Gouernor
C3  Gracedew
B2  Graes|courte
C3  Grene|Cast.
A2, B2  Gurnach
E3  Gwelwall.
B2  Holy|crosse.
B3, C3  Hothe
C2  Ihons|S.
B1  Ilande
B3  Inescorthus
B2  Inesteoge
B2  Ingw n
A2  Iongh:|hull.
C3  Kelles
B1  Kilcornen
E3  Killean
C2  Kilmu|nug
D3  Knokfergus
B2  Knotog
B2  Kyl:|lagh
B2  Kyldar
B2  Kyllagh
B2, A2  Kylmalagh
B2  Kylmalok
B2  Kylnayle
B1  Kylro▀e
B2  Kylseweull.
B1, B2  Kylygbo .
A2  Kynsale
B3  K l:|mans
B2, B3  K lensh
C2, B2  K lke|ny.
B2  K llaplooy
A2, B2  K lmany
A2  K lmatho:|masel n
B2  K lma|nag
B2, C2  K nasot
B2  K ylken:|n .
B3  Lalogh
D3  Lamprey:|stone.
D2  Leuer
B2  Le glyn.
B2  Loghyll.
B2  Lougha e
C3  Louth
B3  Luceon
B3, C3  Lutrell.
A2  Lysmo:|re.
B2  L m:|brich.
B2  Malck
D3  Ma▀erne
B3, C3  Ma mouth.
B3  Mergon.
B2, B3  Mine|hore
C3  Moly
C2  Mol ngar
C3  Monagan
D3  Monbray.
A2  Money
B2  Mors more
C1  Moynom
C3  Myclare
C3  Mylysaunt.
C3, C2  Nauan
B2  Neucastel
C3  Neur 
C1  New Castel.
E3, D3  Newcastel.
D3  Newtoun
E2  Noruowro:|we.
B3  Nosse
D2  Old Castel.
C3  Old Patr ke.
B3  Olderos
B2  One .
B3  Pale:|mone.
B2  Pat ce
A2  Pa▀a:|ge.
C3  Platen.
B2  Pn n
C1  Pontoy
B2  Port:|n ch
C1  Porte Vade
C2  Portelester
D3  Portmuk
D2  Purgatorium S.Patritij,huius|Diui precibus hoc loco Ó Deo|constitutum. S l Gyraldus. <The purgatory of St.Patricius, because of whose prayers this place, according to Sylvius Gyraldus, was established by God.>
C1  Rafrayn
B3  Rally:|k 
B2  Rathan|ga.
C2  Rau ne
C2  Rechte
A2  Rhou:|gmore
B2  Rosconell
A2  Rosle
A3, B3  Ros|gartan
B2, B3  Ro▀e
B2  Ro▀er|ry
D3  Rush
D3  Sauaige
B2  Sh an
D3  Skater 
C3, C2  Skryne
C3  Slane
C1  Slego
C1  Stakk 
B3  Talbots cast
D1  Tell ng
B1  Terherd
B2  The Abbay
B2  Thomas|towne
A3  Thour of|heekel
B2  Thurles.
B2  Tiborray.
B2  Tolley
B3  Town
A2  Tractan
B1  Tra l 
C2  Tr mno
C2  Tr sternagh.
C3  Turfe:|kyn.
D3  Twomery.
A2  Tymolay.
B2, B3  T mo:|l n
A3  T ntern
A2  Waterford
A3, B3  Wexford
C2  Wreyke
B3  W kelo
B1  Yentre
B2  Ymley
A2  Yongebar|re 

Mountain ranges, mountains, dunes

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B2  Bladina mons
C2, D2  Therne M.

Countries, Regions, Provinces, Areas, Tribes, Polders, Woods

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D3  Alexander|Carogh.
C2  Ananley
C2  Baron of Deluyn.
C3  Baron of Slane.
C3, D3  Baron of|Dun:|garo.
C2  Breney
C2  Bureske n n
A2, B2  C. Waterford
B2  C.Kylkenny.
B2  C.Lymbr c.
A3, B3  C.Wexford.
D2  Calbege
B2  Carloo C.
D3  Ca|leard
B1  Clan Ma:|hownd.
C2  Clan Ricard.
C2  Clan|Ricard
C2, B2  CONNACIA.|Connacht.
B2  Conolagh.
A2  Corke|counte
A1  Desmownde.
C3  Dublyn.
C2  Esthmethe.
D2  Farmanag
C3  Ferney.
A2  Garald fitz|Iohuz
D3  Glan|yboy.
D2  HVLTONIA|Quulsterter.
B2  Ihon of the|grene wode
B1  Kery.
B1  Knicht of Ke:|ry.
A1  Knyght of the Valley (B1
B3  Kyldare.
C2  Langinia.|Leynester.
B1  Lord Fitzme:|rice.
A2  Lord Powes
A2  Lord:|Barry
A1, B1  Mac Arte more.
A1, B1  Mac Gylecod.
D2, C2  Mac Mahaone.
D2  Mac Sw ne
D3  Mac Yl m
C2  Mac.Dermound
C1  Mc.Felepyn.
B2  Mc.Morog
A1, A2  MONONIA.|mounster Counte (B1)
C3, D3  Mournele.
C2  Mult sernan.
B3  O Bryne
B2  O Slechtenes.
A2  O. Cale|gane
D2, D3  O.Carty
B1  O.Comere:|kery.
C2  O.Hanlyn.
A1  O.Maghounde.
E3  O: Castane.
D2, C2  O: Conner Slego.
C3  O: Haul:|ton
C2  O:Comardown.
D2  O:Denel.
C1  O:Do:|bowey.
E2, D2  O:Doghyrdy.
C2  O:Domagh
C1  O:Madame
C1  O:Mayle
B3  O:More.
C2  O:Ra la 
B3  O:Tolo.
C2  O:|Conner Roo.
A1, B1  Oswile van|more.
E3  SCOTI|AE|PARS.
D3  Shotte.
A2  Thabay of|Mahoune
B2  The Erle of Tour§d.
B2, C2  The Erle of|O Maddyn
B2  The fox
B2, A2  Tiborray|C.
B2  Toumonde.
D2, E2  Tre Conel.
B1  Tvan Mortal.
C3  Tyrone.
B2  Vrmound.
C2, B2  Westmethe.
C3  Yuege

Islands

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C1  Alkyl ile
B1, C1  Arran|insulŠ
E2  Arran 
B1, A1  Balenst n
A1  Balet more
C1, D1  Blacke roche
B1  Blaskey cite and|isles
A1  Comnabre
A1  Cowe and Calfe
A1  Dorsey.
A1  Dowmore 
E3  Ila insu|la
E2  Ilen W sha
C1  Inescath
A1, B2  Inese rkan
C1  Inspuff n
E3  Iona
C3  Lambey.
D3  Maydens
E3  Nauer|say
A3  Saltes
E3, D3  Skyrres of|Port Rush
B1  Smerwyck
D3  Stone otter

Rivers, inlets, creeks

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D2  Banna fluuius
D3  Banne flu.
D3  Banney flu.
B2  Berna flu
C3  Boandus fluuius.
B2  Eyorus flu.
A2  Mc Tege
B1  Shen n flu.
D3  Shotte.
B3  Slana flu.
A2  Su rus flu.
B2  Su rus flu.

Privilege

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E1  Cum Priuilegio

Cartouches

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E1  Eryn.|HIBERNIAE,|BRITANNICAE|INSULAE,NOVA DESCRIPTIO.|Irlandt. (D1) [A new depiction of Eryn, or Ireland, a British Island, Ireland.]

Orientations

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A2  MERIDIES.
C1  OCCIDENS.
C3  ORIENS.
E2  SEPTENTRIO.

Lakes

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C2, C1  Corbes|lacus.
B2  Derigid L.
C1  Gyll|lacus
D3  Lacus Eaug
D2, C2  Lacus Erno.
C3  Lacus Fo l.
C2  Lacus R e.
D2  Lacus|Antre
E2  Lacus|Arun 
C2  Lacus|Cedin
D2  Lacus|Dere
D2, D3  Lacus|Fo le
C2  Lacus|Hanl n
E2, D2  Lacus|Swylly.

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