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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishNormanNor‧man /ˈnɔːmən $ ˈnɔːr-/ adjective  1 AASHbuilt in the style that was popular during the 11th and 12th centuries in Europe a Norman church2 SHrelating to the Normans, the northern French people who took control of England in the 11th century
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NormanUsers can choose to play as themselves or as Norman.Aksum had outlasted Jerusalem and Rome, going down in ruin only eighty years before the Norman conquest of Britain.Monreale is the most notable of the Norman monuments in Sicily, situated in the hills above Palermo.They still could have posed for Norman Rockwell.The massive pillars of its nave are very reminiscent of the Norman splendours of Durham cathedral.It has a narrow Norman tower, the battlements of which were added at a later date.The arch between the nave and the chancel is also Norman with zig-zag ornaments.