Normandy Tribunal

The Normandy Tribunal includes most of modern-day France, plus the Low Countries. In the 13th century, the Normandy Tribunal encompasses the duchies of Normandy, Brittany, and Burgundy, most of the Duchy of Aquitaine, the counties of Flanders, Anjou, and Champagne, the regions of Picardy and Île de France, and portions of the Lorraine. The Normandy Tribunal is bordered by the Provençal Tribunal to the south, the Greater Alps Tribunal to the southeast, and the Rhine Tribunal to the east.

Information on this tribunal can be found in the 5th Edition book, The Lion and the Lily.

Magi of the Normandy Tribunal

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