Creman . I. of Chis . I. of Ormis Hormisium Nocran . Chesimo . Darn on ela Semenat . Goga
Canbetum Cocintaya .
Chintabor Nandor (Nanaor ?) Pescanor . Manganor Elly Columbo . Carocam . Setemelti . Mirapor . Butifilis .
Wasit ? called Madinata Whsit, (" The Two Cities Wasit," see Edrisi, i, 367.)
Coast of Persia and India.
Siraf ? But the Medicco has Sustar, i.e., Shustar. Husn Amârat ? (see Edri., i, 379). Any castle is Husn.
Old Hormuz on the Continent.
Medicco has Chechi.
Ned. has Cocintaya : the Kokan-Tana of Ibn
Batuta (iii, 335) ;1 the city of Tana (see p. 57),
capital of Konkan.
Faknur of Ibn Batuta (see p. 415); Bakanur, but
out of place a little.
Sand&bür, Goa (see p. 444).
Honore? Med. has Niandor.
Hili (see p. 451).
Kaulam, but on the wrong side of the Peninsula.
Seven Pagodas ? (see p. lxxvi).
Mutfili of Polo (see p. 221) ; but by a misunder-
standing the author puts St. Thomas's tomb here.
(See p. 465).
Bijder Diogil Jaleym DILLI.
Interior of India.
Deogiri or Daulatabad.
I Where Elliot, quoting Rashid, has " Guzerat, which is a great country, in which are Cambay, Smmnâth, Sonkan, Tana, and several other towns and cities ;" and again : "Beyond Guzerat are Konkan and Tana," probably the original will be found to read as here, Konkan-Tana"
(p. 42; I quote an extract in Pauthier's Polo, p. 663, not having the passage in my own notes).