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Description Wegweiser nach Picquendal, einem Weiler in der Nähe von Merck-Saint-Liévin in Artesien (Nordfrankreich), dessen Name einen erkennbaren germanischen Ursprung hat (entspricht Neuniederländisch "Pikkendal"); Illustration der starken Verbreitung germanischer Toponyme in Nordfrankreich.
Date 11 April 2007
Source Own work
Author MyName ( Friedrich Tellberg)


Description sign post to Picquendal, a hamlet near Merck-Saint-Liévin (France, Dept. Pas-de-Calais) with a name which has clearly Germanic origins and shows partly a Germanic sound evolution (corresponding to Present Day Dutch "Pikkendal"), illustrating the many toponyms of Germanic origin in Northern France, far beyond the historical borders of the county of Flanders.
Date 11 April 2007
Source Own work
Author MyName ( Friedrich Tellberg)


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