Neustrian


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Neus·tri·a

 (no͞o′strē-ə, nyo͞o′-)
The western part of the kingdom of the Merovingian Franks from the sixth to the eighth century, in present-day northwest France. It engaged in almost constant warfare with Austrasia, the eastern portion of the realm. After 912 the name was applied to Normandy.

Neu′stri·an adj. & n.

Neustrian

(ˈnjuːstrɪən)
adj
(Placename) of or relating to Neustria or its inhabitants
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Remarks: The genus Arcius is mainly known from several Early Eocene (Neustrian, MP7-MP8+9) French sites (Godinot, 1984; Smith et al., 2011), and its Iberian record is comparatively scarce, including only A.
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The Neustrian Council of Soissons in 744, the third synod under Boniface's direction, discussed the heresy of Aldebert.
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