The ancient Germanic lands (Latin Germania, from Gaulish meaning "near people") stretched from the North Sea to the Vistula River. After the Volkerwanderung, the Germanic peoples inhabited every place from England in the west to Crimea in the east, Norway in the north to Sicily in the south. The Germanic people were an ethno-linguistic group, meaning that they were defined as Germanic by their language.

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