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These villages had a lokator with a double hide (Doppelhufe).
Often, the Lokator 's name or the region where the settlers originated was made part of the name, too.
The lokator (lat.
The "L" designation may be short for lokator to reflect the different sensor suite in this version as compared to the standard PF.
Gerke Hoppener, a lokator employed by the Teutonic Knights, founded the village of Haberberg with 19 morgen and Kulm law in 1378.
The Hägerhufensiedlungen go back to the Eschershausen Treaty of the 11th century and had no double hide and no lokator, but did have special enclosure rights (Hägerrecht).
"Within a half-hour of arriving in Krakow, I knew this is where I wanted to be," he said over a beer at Lokator, a new lounge on Ulica Krakowska.
Settlement was usually organised by a so-called lokator (allocator of land), who was granted an important position such as the inheritable position of the village elder (Schulte or Schulze).
The city was laid out by a Lokator around a large rectangular market square similar to Silesian towns, including a hospital and fortifications, which were erected from 1357 onwards and finished in 1380.