SUALBACUM

SUALBACUM
oppid. Germaniae, mineralium aquarum, acidularumque salubritate, celeberrimum, in ditione Etuesti Landgrav, Hassiae lineae Cassellanae, de quo vide Auctorem Anonymum Histor. Orbis Terr. Georg. c. 3. de Hydrographia, num. 20. Supra fontes hosce medicos in valle angusta fagum, in rotundum quasi attonsâ et fastigiatâ comâ, adeo densam, ut nulli radii Solis penetrare queant, hincque vere silvae delitium, memorat Ad. Preyelius Sinoe et Europ. c. 35.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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