- Oct 2011
- Italy, Lago Maggiore
This is an amusing question, since it's simple to change the answer changing the perspective [even without changing the historical context]: let's think to the Plantaganet [so called] ... "Geoffroy V d'Anjou dit le Bel ou Plantagenêt ", he became Duke of Normandy. Even if son of the Cont of Angiò, his main title was connected with Normandy. So we could sustain, that the Plantaganets were Norman ... [from Normandy]. And the Dukedom of Normandy depended on Regnum Francorum and then on England [from 1066CE on], like it was a third separate entity and actually it was ...