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  • (diff | hist) . . Saxons‎; 10:59 . . (-17). .Prinsgezinde (talk | contribs)(Have to admit that little argues in favor of this. The language is only attested later and is unlikely to have been spoken by the Saxons themselves during the time in which the two may have been connected.)
  • (diff | hist) . . Saxons‎; 10:57 . . (-61). .Prinsgezinde (talk | contribs)(Too many names in lead)
  • (diff | hist) . . Saxons‎; 10:56 . . (-31). .Prinsgezinde (talk | contribs)(Reverting change because it's not really true. Frisians were high in numbers and, perhaps incorrectly, often grouped under Saxons, but they had their own language. Old English/Anglo-Saxon was also its own language and it was quite wide spread.)

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