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It depends on the period (as population was generally growing) and the area, which kept changing, but perhaps 10 million inhabitants around 1200 in the area then under the Crown.

The larger area covered by today's France might have approached 20 million in the second quarter of the 14th century, before the Black Death and the Hundred Years War with England inaugurated a century of population decline. That peak wouldn't be matched for more than 200 years.

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