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Showing 25 places of which 17 on the map (only displaying places with exact coordinates).

Listing 1-20 of 25 places.

  • Ainwalchen (Austria) None
  • Bad Reichenhall (Germany) in Upper Bavaria
  • Gurten (Austria) None
  • Haiming (Germany) district Altötting, Upper Bavaria
  • Kaufing (Austria) None
  • Köstendorf (Austria) spelling variant: Skessindorf
  • Machendorf (Germany) near Kirchdorf am Inn, district Rottal-Inn, Lower Bavaria; spelling variants: Mohhundorf, Mohundorf
  • Mondsee (Austria) medieval variant: Maninseo
  • Niederlaab (Austria) None
  • Oftering (Austria) None
  • Regensburg (Germany) None
  • Rohrbach (Austria) Orbis Latinus provides 'Rohrbacum' for namesakes in Bavaria and Lorraine
  • Schöffau (Germany) in Lower Bavaria, to Weihmörting; alternative spelling (Mondsee cartulary): Schefovva
  • Schörfling (Austria) None
  • Treubach (Austria) None
  • Unknown 463 (Germany) mentioned in MON 15 and 112, referring to a place in the valley of the river Rott in Bavaria; according to MON 15 probably not to be identified with Rott or Rott am Wald (both part of the parish Kirchberg, geolocation 48.42254 / 12.73320); perhaps a vanished place between the villages of Weihmörting and Pocking; according to MON 112 probably not to be identified with Rott (part of parish Reichenberg, geolocation 48.43703 / 12.95498)
  • Unknown 491 (Unidentified places) located near the Austrian-German border, with possible identifications on either side of the border
  • Unknown 502 (Germany) modern equivalent Kollbach, mentioned in MON 30, located in Lower Bavaria
  • Unknown 596 (Austria) said to be in the pagus Attergau
  • Unknown 611 (Austria) said to be located within the pagus Attergau