Territorial Evolution of Germanic language/dialects

notgivenaway

Ad Honorem
Jun 2015
5,745
UK
Yes, i don't see anything wrong with it.

Considering the ANglo-Saxon invasions of Britain, and the Viking expansions, it makes perfect sense.
 

Fantasus

Ad Honorem
Jan 2012
2,381
Northern part of European lowland
I am not sure if there was "old norse speakers" that used that term about the language they spoke. Was the term "norse" ever used by the contemporaries?