File:Cornelius-Tacitus-Hugo-de-Groot-Antiquitates-Germanicæ MGG 0261.tif

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English: Lombards
Nederlands: Longobard nevens het plechtig heirkorten
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Source Cornelius Tacitus (ca. 55-116/120); Hugo de Groot (1583-1645): Antiquitates Germanicæ, = of Hoogduitsche oudtheden; : waar in de gelegentheid en zeeden der Germaanen, beschreeven door Tacitus, naaukeurig verklaart, en met printverbeeldingen opgeheldert worden: benevens H. Grotius verhandeling van de oudtheid der Batavische republyk. Hoogduitsche oudtheden. Hugo de Groots Verhandeling van de outheidt der Batavische, nu Hollandsche republyk. Publisher: t'Amsterdam, : by Jacob van Royen ... Printer: Royen, Jacob van Amsterdam, 1671-1717 Note: contains also: Hugo de Groots Verhandeling van de outheidt der Batavische, nu Hollandsche republyk.
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