Suebi   - in ancient sources @

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  Suebi   - a German tribe
Wikipedia entry
  + Suevi
53/29 decides not to attack the Suebi, who have retreated into forests.
    Within translations:
Oros_1.2.30   which is held by the Suebi. In all there are fifty-four
Oros_3.20   from the Goths and the Suebi by an Indian or an
Oros_6.7   Vangiones, Nemetes, Sedusii, and Suebi. 8 The battle fought
Oros_6.9   country and also to the Suebi, the largest and fiercest tribe,
Oros_6.21   bravest tribes (the Cherusci, Suebi, and Sugambri) to whom
Oros_7.15   the Vandals, the Sarmatians, the Suebi, in fact the tribes from
Oros_7.38   and Spain (namely, the Alans, Suebi, and Vandals, as well as
Oros_7.40   said, that is, the Alans, Suebi, Vandals as well as many
Oros_7.41   were filled with Huns, Suebi, Vandals, and Burgundians, and
Oros_7.43   Alans, the Vandals, and the Suebi, had made a bargain with
Ovid:Cons_1   shed the fierce tribe of Suevi and the untamed Sicambri,
Ovid:Cons_299   mbri's ruin, nor how the Suevi turned their backs to his
Plin:HN_4.81   which separates them from the Suebi and the Kingdom of Vannius,
Plin:HN_4.100   the Hermiones, including the Suebi, Hermunduri, Chatti and Cherusci;

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