Germaniae pop. Tac. de morib Germ. c. 43. Mecklenburger, Ortelio; Lifflander Curaeo. Cluv. postea Heruli; ubi nunc Pomerania Occidentalior, ad mare Balth. inter Oderam ad Occ. et Prussiam ad Ort. A'Lemen Germ. Limus. Sed annon Linones Helmoldi? vel potius Luinones?

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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