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English: Francia at the death of Pepin of Heristal, 714
Français : Gaule à l'avènement de Charles Martel (714).
Date
Source Paul Vidal de la Blache's Atlas général d'histoire et de géographie (1912). The original scanned image can be found at http://www.hipkiss.org/data/maps/vidal-lablache_atlas-general-histoire-et-geographie_1912_ancient-gaul-merovian-merovingienne_2953_4252_600.jpg. Information on the original scan can be found at http://www.hipkiss.org/cgi-bin/maps.pl?book=Vidal%20Lablache%20-%20Atlas%20General%20Histoire%20Et%20Geographie.
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  • 2007-08-19 21:33 Srnec 1241×1136×8 (353954 bytes) The map comes from Vidal-Lablache, ''Atlas général d'histoire et de géographie'' (1894). {{PD-art-life-70}}
  • 2007-09-10 16:34 Earthsound 1254 × 1149×8 (1 MB) Gaule at the time of Charles Martel (714). The scale is 1:12,000,000 This is a straightened and color balanced crop of a scan of a map from Paul Vidal de la Blache's 'Atlas général d'histoire et de géograp. {{PD-art-life-70}}

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current14:26, 21 September 2019Thumbnail for version as of 14:26, 21 September 20191,254 × 1,149 (1 MB)OgreBot(BOT): Reverting to most recent version before archival
14:26, 21 September 2019Thumbnail for version as of 14:26, 21 September 20191,241 × 1,148 (349 KB)OgreBot(BOT): Uploading old version of file from en.wikipedia; originally uploaded on 2007-08-19 21:41:17 by Srnec
19:23, 22 January 2008Thumbnail for version as of 19:23, 22 January 20081,254 × 1,149 (1 MB)Vladimir Solovjev{{Information |Description={{en|This is a straightened and color balanced crop of a scan of a map from Paul Vidal de la Blache's ''Atlas général d'histoire et de géographie'' (1912).}} |Source=Transfered from [http://en.wikipedia.org
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