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  • English: Main area in which OLD DUTCH was spoken. Untill the end of the 16th century the southern border of the Dutch-speaking region ran from the French port of Etaples via Montreuil, Hesdin and Bethune to the town of Lille (Dutch : "Rijsel").

Rex Germanus 18:11, 8 August 2006 (UTC)


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