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Counts of the Vexin

The county of the Vexin was a medieval French county which comprised the Vexin Français and the Vexin Normand until the loss of the latter in 911 to Duke Rollo of Normandy. The counts descended from Nibelung, son of Childebrand, son of Pepin of Heristal.

To the crown in 1076 or 1077.

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