TIRNAVIA

TIRNAVIA
Hungaris Tyrnaw, Germanis Durn, urbs parva Iazygum, in Hungaria superiore sed munita, ad Tirnam fluv. in Comitatu Posoniensi, sub Austriacis. Post Strigonium a Turcis occupatum sedes Archiepiscopi Strigoniensis, in cuius dioecesi est, sed caret Episcopali sede. Distat Strigoniô 8. leucis in Circium 6. a Posonio in Boream et Caeciam.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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