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The distribution of the primary Germanic dialect groups in Europe in around AD 1:   North Germanic   North Sea Germanic, or Ingvaeonic   Weser-Rhine Germanic, or Istvaeonic   Elbe Germanic, or Irminonic   East Germanic

The distribution of the primary Germanic dialect groups in Europe in around AD Blue - North Germanic Red - North Sea Germanic, or Ingvaeonic Orange - Weser-Rhine Germanic, or Istvaeonic Yellow - Elbe Germanic, or Irminonic Green - East Germanic

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Languages and dialects of Europe

mapsontheweb: “ Languages and dialects of Europe ” I like this both for the variation that we see within borders and the number of languages there are overall, but also for occasionally how neatly the.

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