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    Hej, It's still possible to find Clovis, there...

    Hej, It's still possible to find Clovis, there are clues whereabout he was burried, but the church under which he was supposed to rest was modified, destroyed... and noone knows for sure what was...
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    Hej, Poitou is indeed not northern. We got the...

    Hej, Poitou is indeed not northern. We got the oaths from Nithard who is located far norther, in Picardy (St Riquier), and those are again copies from the XIth century.
    Hopefully, the new techniques...
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    Hej, Picard isn't that close to germanic...

    Hej,
    Picard isn't that close to germanic languages, it's very close to french and has german influences, just more than french which also has them. Also the Strassbourg Oaths from 832 shows an early...
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    Hej, it's likely that the likes of Charlemagne...

    Hej, it's likely that the likes of Charlemagne (Carolus Magnus) was bilingual, as was its court, but yet the church was strong and taught latin to the gallo roman people in gaul, which became, as you...
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    Hej, I don't think so, the french kings spoke...

    Hej,
    I don't think so, the french kings spoke their germanic language until 987 and Huges Capet, or at the very least until 881 since the Ludwigslied, written in old high german was for the king,...
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    Hej, The franks adopted latin, but yet continued...

    Hej, The franks adopted latin, but yet continued using their old high german very late, as the Ludwigslied tells us, because it's dated 881 and is about the battle of Saucourt, Saucourt being in...
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    Hej, No idea, but I'd say they didn't care about...

    Hej,
    No idea, but I'd say they didn't care about the bones back then, so my guess would be that they are lost forever (and that's a shame).
    I think they stopped studying the merovingian tombs in St...
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    Hej, I think 40% is close to the reality, if you...

    Hej,
    I think 40% is close to the reality, if you include all recent immigrants, including belgians, poles, portuguese, spaniards and italians, and all the newest african immigrants (from the...
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    Poll: Hej, I voted for the faroese, I can't speak it...

    Hej,
    I voted for the faroese, I can't speak it but to me it just sounds very good. Prolly also way less influenced by other languages than others. Not because I "magically" "travelled" there...
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    Poll: Hej, I didn't vote, I don't want a common...

    Hej,
    I didn't vote, I don't want a common language for the european union. I want the european union dead and every country or group of people speaking their own languages.
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    Hej, I agree, I created an account just to read...

    Hej, I agree, I created an account just to read the forum, because I had started to read and was blocked at some point.
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