My ancestor :)

Jackson Jones
Jackson Jones

our ancestor (northern France, Benelux and west Germany)
:)

Attached: karel-de-grote(1).jpg (39 KB, 280x235)

David Long
David Long

It's like a british larping usa success lol

Hunter James
Hunter James

My ancestor.
He forced the gaels into the mountains and he was personally responsible for the creation of my ethnic group.

Attached: 2566190-f520.jpg (89 KB, 520x520)

Nathan Wood
Nathan Wood

Based :)
Shut up retard!

Jordan Wood
Jordan Wood

He was scandinavian

Cooper Ramirez
Cooper Ramirez

Not at all

Cameron Gutierrez
Cameron Gutierrez

So are you.

Zachary Nguyen
Zachary Nguyen

And you

Samuel Rogers
Samuel Rogers

no.

Henry Watson
Henry Watson

Yes, anglo.

Landon Sullivan
Landon Sullivan

he was belgian so unironically more germanic /dutch than frank

Ryder Davis
Ryder Davis

I am not anglo.

Attached: fff.jpg (9 KB, 236x218)

Jackson Green
Jackson Green

Franks were a Germanic group though. The Dutch/Flemish and Western Germans are basically the Franks today.

Ryder Long
Ryder Long

You are gaello-norse, scandinavian.

Blake Jones
Blake Jones

This makes it all the more funnier that 11th century writers called Old French "the Frank language" while being seemingly unaware that the original Frankish language was something else entirely.

Tyler Robinson
Tyler Robinson

not true.
there are less than 100 words that come from gaelic in scots, almost all are used to describe geography.
so more accurate is norse-low countries

Joshua Anderson
Joshua Anderson

You are nordic whether you like or not

Colton Gutierrez
Colton Gutierrez

historians are very smart.
bede wrote that the entire lowcountries were emptied and all came to England during the Anglo-Saxon times.

Lincoln Wood
Lincoln Wood

Not all historians are equal.

Zachary Wright
Zachary Wright

partly.

Levi Torres
Levi Torres

So what's his name? Charles? Karl?

Jackson Martinez
Jackson Martinez

neither are languages.

Jason Murphy
Jason Murphy

Kim Jong Mang, your ancestor.
Also you're scandinavian because apparently that's the new meme propagated by the mentally ill swedish poster

Brody Sanchez
Brody Sanchez

Karl der Grotte

Josiah Gomez
Josiah Gomez

Carlos

Adam Hernandez
Adam Hernandez

If I understand correctly, that's because the region around Paris was named after the Franks. I think at that point the word Frank wasn't used specifically to refer to the original Germanic group anymore.

IIRC the region of Jutland where they were originally living was left almost vacant after they left, then northern Germanic people moved in.

Ryan Martin
Ryan Martin

brsl wll b vcnt whn w lv.

Owen Rivera
Owen Rivera

Mérovée is my ancestor. And that makes me a descendant of a quinotaure. Which in turn makes me related to the god Neptune
Put the verse about the wrathful god of storms killing foreigners with lightning back in the marseillaise.

Carter Torres
Carter Torres

Attached: 1567888924437.png (527 KB, 1209x1203)

Henry Taylor
Henry Taylor

I think at that point the word Frank wasn't used specifically to refer to the original Germanic group anymore.

This point was reached centuries before Charlemagne's birth, which is what dumb germoids don't seem to understand

Colton Reed
Colton Reed

That's a factor but not the only one. I think you should also consider the fact that East Francians turned into Romans overnight.

Nicholas Carter
Nicholas Carter

I went to see him in Aachen last month :) my forefather..

Attached: 20190808-175402.jpg (1.61 MB, 4032x2268)

Aaron Morales
Aaron Morales

Haha, mine is Clovis and my family only left Tournai very recently.

Hunter Nelson
Hunter Nelson

The Franks themselves made a distinction regarding to murder of a noble Frank (600 sous), Frank (200 sous) and a Gallo-Roman (100 sous).

Ethan Jackson
Ethan Jackson

Based, the French people are sons of Ouranos and Gaia.

Gavin Miller
Gavin Miller

it has few to do with ethnic groups and languages since most noble Salian Franks were bilingual (Frankish/old Dutch, Latin/old French and they considered their empire to be their personal belonging.

Aaron Clark
Aaron Clark

The dutch language is a direct descendant of frankish though.

Jonathan Wilson
Jonathan Wilson

Attached: 1544354520574.png (312 KB, 790x350)