Donauwerth soon shared the same fate, and Nordlingen in Swabia was now invested.
Frederick might be compensated with the Austrian lands in Alsace and Swabia.
Bavaria was taken from him and given to Otto of Swabia, but it was deprived of some of its importance.
Again, the riddle-rhyme on the candle is told in Swabia and in France.
In a remote part of Swabia there once dwelt a rich peasant, who was noted in all the neighborhood for his shrewdness.
Used for lamps in Swabia and Wurtemberg, and as an application to bruises.
In Swabia the witches are liable to accidents of the same sort when they go about their business in the form of animals.
Had not Philip of Swabia opportunely died, it would have been no reign at all.
It is perhaps preferable to use the word Swabia instead of Alamannia so often.
He belonged to the lower nobility of Swabia, where he was born about 1170.