Normanni[1] (Normannice Normaunds; Francogallice Normands) fuerunt gens hominum qui in Ducatu Normanniae medio aevo orti sunt, ex colonis Vicingis Nordicis(en) atque indigenis Francis Occidentalibus et Gallo-Romanis(en) coniunctis.[2][3][4]

Terrae quae ad Normannos saeculo duodecimo pertinebant.

Vicingi, a Scandinavia profecti, Galliam septentrionalem occupaverant. Fines quos Vicingi ceperant Normannia mox appellabantur. A finibus suis, Normanni etiam

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  1. Vel Nortmanni (Adamus Bremensis).
  2. Brown 1994, p. 18: "The first Viking settlers in Normandy, it is agreed, were predominantly Danish, though their leader, Rollo[,] was of Norse extraction."
  3. Brown 1994, p. 19: "the Northmen of Normandy became increasingly Gallicized, increasingly Norman we may say, until by the mid-eleventh century they were more French than the French, or, to speak correctly, more Frankish than the Franks."
  4. Elizabeth Van Houts (2000). The Normans in Europe. Manchester University Press. p. 1. ISBN 9780719047510 

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