Suebi - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a German tribe
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decides not to attack the Suebi, who have retreated into forests.
which is held by the Suebi. In all there are fifty-four
from the Goths and the Suebi by an Indian or an
Vangiones, Nemetes, Sedusii, and Suebi. 8 The battle fought
country and also to the Suebi, the largest and fiercest tribe,
bravest tribes (the Cherusci, Suebi, and Sugambri) to whom
the Vandals, the Sarmatians, the Suebi, in fact the tribes from
and Spain (namely, the Alans, Suebi, and Vandals, as well as
said, that is, the Alans, Suebi, Vandals as well as many
were filled with Huns, Suebi, Vandals, and Burgundians, and
Alans, the Vandals, and the Suebi, had made a bargain with
shed the fierce tribe of Suevi and the untamed Sicambri,
mbri's ruin, nor how the Suevi turned their backs to his
which separates them from the Suebi and the Kingdom of Vannius,
the Hermiones, including the Suebi, Hermunduri, Chatti and Cherusci;
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