SCANDIAE

SCANDIAE
insul. plures sinûs Codani, Cimbricae Chersoneso ad Ortum adiacentes, Ptolem. cui 4. sunt, quarum maxima nunc Gothland, contra ostia Vistulae; sed apud Melam sunt septem.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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