urbs Thraciae parum supra Benericen, quae etiam Adrene dicitur Steph. Leonclavius in Bithynia ponit, haud procul a Prusa, dicitque a Tureis Edrenos vocari. Adrani fauces commemorat Zosimus. l. 2. sed circa Pannoniam. Est etiam fluv. Cattorum in Germania. Tacito l. 1 Annal. c. 56. Adrana. Aedera hodie dici
existimat Althamerus, sed is ubi locorum sit, non addidit. Eder ex eo facit Iunius, in sua Batavia; scribit etiam cum in Fuldam evolvi, et hoc ex tabulis verurm esse con stat.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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