Gregory of Tours

Writer of "The history of the Franks"
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Gregory of Tours (538-594), in La gloire de confesseurs, writes of a church…

Gregory of Tours (538-594), in La gloire de confesseurs, writes of a church…

Leudaste et Gregoire de Tours, concile - CHILPERIC 1- 2.8 ANNEES DE PAIX. 2.8.3…

Leudaste et Gregoire de Tours, concile - CHILPERIC 1- 2.8 ANNEES DE PAIX. 2.8.3…

JEAN PAUL LAURENS, gravure 1886: Leudaste Comte de Tours- LEUDASTE (v. 450/550…

JEAN PAUL LAURENS, gravure 1886: Leudaste Comte de Tours- LEUDASTE (v. 450/550…

Gallic farm

Gallic farm

Saint Clotilde (475–545)  wife of the Frankish King Clovis I (466-511) founded…

Saint Clotilde (475–545) wife of the Frankish King Clovis I (466-511) founded…

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Merovingian woman, 7th century- SICHILDE. - 1) ORIGINE FAMILIALE, 1: Sichilde est la soeur aînée de GOMATRUDE, 1° épouse de son beau-fils le roi DAGOBERT. Dans la mesure où elle est bien la mère de CARIBERT II, elle a pour frère le seigneur BRODULF ou Bronulf, qui tenta de défendre les droits de son neveu sur le royaume d'Aquitaine contre les ambitions de Dagobert 1°. Brodulf est le père d'une THEODETRUDIS ou THEODILA connue par une charte de 626 concernant le partage des terres du Limousin.

Merovingian woman, 7th century- SICHILDE. - 1) ORIGINE FAMILIALE, 1: Sichilde est la soeur aînée de GOMATRUDE, 1° épouse de son beau-fils le roi DAGOBERT. Dans la mesure où elle est bien la mère de CARIBERT II, elle a pour frère le seigneur BRODULF ou Bronulf, qui tenta de défendre les droits de son neveu sur le royaume d'Aquitaine contre les ambitions de Dagobert 1°. Brodulf est le père d'une THEODETRUDIS ou THEODILA connue par une charte de 626 concernant le partage des terres du Limousin.

Clotilde St. Clotilde (c. 474- 545) and her husband King Clovis (c. 466-511) founded the Merovingian dynasty, which ruled the Franks for over 200 years. They were married in 492 or 493, and she converted him to Christianity in 496. When Clovis died, Clotilde retired to Tours. Her sons' quarrels caused her great sorrow. She died at the tomb of St. Martin of Tours and was buried in Sainte-Genevieve in Paris, a church that she and Clovis founded. St. Clotilde at prayer was a popular theme

Clotilde St. Clotilde (c. 474- 545) and her husband King Clovis (c. 466-511) founded the Merovingian dynasty, which ruled the Franks for over 200 years. They were married in 492 or 493, and she converted him to Christianity in 496. When Clovis died, Clotilde retired to Tours. Her sons' quarrels caused her great sorrow. She died at the tomb of St. Martin of Tours and was buried in Sainte-Genevieve in Paris, a church that she and Clovis founded. St. Clotilde at prayer was a popular theme

This reproduction of a medieval garden is really perfect.

This reproduction of a medieval garden is really perfect.

Merovingian

Merovingian

Merovingian dynasty - Ancient Merovingian basilica in Metz, capital of the Austrasia kingdom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Merovingian dynasty - Ancient Merovingian basilica in Metz, capital of the Austrasia kingdom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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