What are Languedoc and Ile-de-France? When did these names appear, what did they mean? What were the differences between the residents of these areas?
Ile-de-France (“Isle of France”) – the area around Paris, it was called so since the X century, when it became the domain of the French kings. Languedoc (the language in which the word “ada” is pronounced ok) is the name of Southern France. In the north, the word “yes” was pronounced oil, later ui. The inhabitants of the North and South belonged to different branches of the Catholic civilization – Germanic and Italian; they did not merge together until the unification of school education in the 19th century.
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