Not long after the bishop and monks of Lindisfarne had settled at Durham in 995, Styr the son of Ulf gave them the vill of Darlington (Dearthington, Darnington), which by 1083 had grown into importance, probably owing to its situation on the road from Watling Street to the mouth of the Tees.
LUTSK (Polish, Luck), a town of southern Russia, in the government of Volhynia, on the Styr, 51 m.
Its inhabitants, many of them Jews, live mainly by shipping goods on the Styr.
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