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::Quite right, I missed that. I added one of those citations in a footnote and restored "Franciae" to the lemma. If you decide to restore it to the pagename, no objection. [[Usor:Andrew Dalby|Andrew Dalby]] ([[Disputatio Usoris:Andrew Dalby|disputatio]]) 19:38, 19 Iulii 2017 (UTC)
:::If I may: I think the idea is that formally Gaston was a prince of France, given that his father was Henri IV of France. Hence "Gaston de France" is formally correct. But somewhat parallel the idea that Charles and William tend to be known as the Prince of Wales and Duke of Cambridge, rather than as "Prince of the United Kingdom", so, too, Gaston tends to appear in histories as Gaston, Duc d'Orléans (or just Gaston d'Orléans), not Gaston de France. [[Usor:StevenJ81|StevenJ81]] ([[Disputatio Usoris:StevenJ81|disputatio]]) 19:12, 20 Iulii 2017 (UTC)
::::Yes, I think so too, and I think some Wikipedias push the country name into the pagename in such cases against the evidence of what people normally say. But in this case, after all, Lesgles is right that the form "Gasto Franciae" is actually found :) [[Usor:Andrew Dalby|Andrew Dalby]] ([[Disputatio Usoris:Andrew Dalby|disputatio]]) 20:43, 20 Iulii 2017 (UTC)