- AENOTHERUSGigas quidam, ortus ex Durgia, pago Sueviae, Carolo M. Imperat. equô meruit: flumina quae pontibus iuncta non erant, post se equum suum trahens, superare solitus fuit: Venedos Avaresque hostes, in foeni modum demptebat, et in morem avicularum hastâ, velut cuspide, fixos, humeris suspendebat. Aeventm. l. 4. Annal. Boiorum.
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