What peoples lived in the XIII century in England, and what in France? Which ones still exist today?

On the island of Britain: lived: Anglo-Saxons, Anglo-Normans, Scots and Welsh. In the lands of France lived: French (northern), Normans, Bretons, Gascons, Provencal, Aquitains, Burgundians and Walloons. Now the Scots, Welsh, Bretons and Gascons (Basques) have retained their distinctiveness.

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