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Which of these BEST describes nomadic patterns in Europe during the years 900-1100 C.E.?
Germanic tribes embarked on a massive migration to Western Europe and established kingdoms that were the proto-states of modern Europe.
Eurasian groups such as the Huns constantly disrupted trade and commerce, keeping Western Europe isolated.
Raids by seagoing Vikings from Scandinavia periodically disrupted life from Ireland to the middle Mediterranean.
Nomadic societies were largely settled by this period and provided no more disruption to the Germanic Kingdoms.
Muslim kingdoms migrated northward, establishing strongholds in Northern Europe.