The south-western part of France, also known as Aquitania.

In his De bello Gallico, Julius Caesar mentioned it as a separate part of France; presumably, it was still Basque speaking at the time.

In medieval times, it was under English rule for over a hundred years.

As so often happens, regional and political differences also surfaced in religion when the Cathar movement flourished here.

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