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Historical Examples of swabian
My heaviest cavalry, the Swabian knights, will hit them first.
The younger Swabian officers were looking at him with mingled horror and disgust.
"We are not in Outremer, thank God," said a Swabian with a long scar on his cheek.
There are works by Swabian artists which show this tendency as early as 1431.A History of Art for Beginners and Students
Clara Erskine Clement
Kerner was one of the most inspired poets of the Swabian school.
1785, from Medieval Latin Suabia, from German Schwaben, from Old High German swaba, name of a Germanic tribe, related to Latin Suevus, "pertaining to the Suevi," a tribe in northeastern Germania.