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TARODU´NUM (Ταρόδουνον), a town in the south-west of Germany between Mons Abnoba and the Rhenus. (Ptol. 2.11.30.) It is universally identified with Mark Zarten near Freiburg in the Breisgau, which, down to the 8th century, bore the name of Zarduna, a name which is formed from Tarodunum in the same way in which Zabern is formed from Tabernae.


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