- SUARDONESpopuli Germaniae Tacito, in German. c. 40. sub Vindilis, quorum urbs Swerin episcopalis sub archiepiscopo bremensi in ducatu Megalopolitano, inter Wismatiam ad Arctos, et Domitium in Austrum 4. leuc. quot a Gustorvia in Occidentem, a Lubeaca 7. Cluverio habitabant, uti nunc Pomerania citeriot et minuta parts Ducatus Meckelburgici. Vardones quibusdam et Pharodini Ptol. Nom autem Suerinum usque extendebantur.
Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.
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