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"Medieval Lands" is a substantial document that is one of the publications of the Foundation for Medieval Genealogy. Its author examines original documents covering Europe, North Africa, and West Asia, and it is extensively hyperlinked internally and footnoted.

The links below cover individual "countries". Some areas, however, are further divided into time and/or province periods, with France, for example, having 28 different pages, Iberia having 15, Italy having 13. The main contents page allows easy access to any, with a menu system based on hovering a reader's pointer over a "region".

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  1. BAVARIAN NOBILITY: 9th and 10th CENTURIES; 11th CENTURY; and separate pages for Dukes of Bavaria, Bavarian nobility, Austria, and Carinthia: Dukes and nobility
  2. FRANCONIAN NOBILITY: 9th and 10th CENTURIES; 11th CENTURY; and separate pages for Franconian nobility, Hessen, Nassau, Lower Rhine nobility, Palatinate, Thuringia: Dukes and Landgrafen, Thuringian nobility
  3. LOTHARINGIAN NOBILITY: 9th and 10th CENTURIES; 11th CENTURY; and separate pages for Lotharingia: Kings, Dukes, and Pfalzgrafen, Nobility of Lower Lotharingia, Brabant and Louvain, Hainaut, Holland and Frisia, Dutch nobility, Limburg, Namur, Nobility of Upper Lotharingia, Bar, Lorraine, Luxembourg
  4. SAXON NOBILITY: 9th and 10th CENTURIES; 11th CENTURY; and separate pages for Saxony: Dukes and Electors, Saxon nobility, Anhalt, Brunswick, Oldenburg, Schleswig-Holstein
  5. SWABIAN NOBILITY: 9th and 10th CENTURIES; 11th CENTURY; and separate pages for Swabia: Dukes, Swabian nobility, Alsace nobility, Baden, Wurttemberg
  6. OTHER GERMAN NOBILITY (Unallocated): 9th and 10th CENTURIES; 11th CENTURY; and separate pages under heading "Eastern Marches": Bohemia, Brandenburg, Mecklenburg, Meissen, Moravia, Silesia

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