STANTIA

STANTIA
et UM, vicus amplus Helvetiorum, caput Pagi Silvanensis seu Under Waldiensis, prope lacum Lucernensem, ad radices montium, 12. mill. pass. a Lucerna in Eurum Stantz. Ad
hunc vicum inmcolae lacum undique acutis vallis sepserunt et turri excitatâ portum munierunt, bellô contra Nobiles, circa A. C. 1260. Postea, cum civitates Helvetiae Tigurum, Berna, Lucerna, Friburgum et Solodorum privatum foedus fecissent, id Stantiae abolitum, novumque decretum ab 8. Cantonibus veterib. factum est, A. C. 1481. cuius summam vide apud Simler. de Rep. Helvet. Habent hîc hodie Under Waldii consilium publicum, in Subsylvana parte; sicut supra silvam, Sarnae alterum: dictique sunt olim Subsylvani, a vico regionis capite, Homines vallis in Stans. Id.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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