ABUNDUM (AD S.)


ABUNDUM (AD S.)
AD S. ABUNDUM
vulgo S. Aon, vel Saint Haon, locus est Galliae, in pago Belloiocensi, non procul ab Ulfeo castello Urfe; inter Rodumnam segusianorum ad Ligerim et Montem Maurilionis Montmorillon, Massonus.
Inter loca Cluniaco subiecta. Hadr. Vales. Not. Grall. in voce Carus Locus.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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