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Merovingian they had united all the Franks and northern Gaulish Romans under their rule. In Germaniathe AlemanniBavarii and Saxons accepted their lordship. The dynastic name, medieval Latin Merovingi or Merohingii "sons of Merovech"derives from an unattested Frankish form, akin to the attested Old English Merewīowing[2] with the final - ing being a typical Germanic patronymic suffix. The name derives from King Merovechwhom many legends surround. Unlike the Anglo-Saxon royal genealogiesthe Merovingians never claimed descent from a god, nor is there evidence that they were regarded as sacred. The Merovingians' long hair distinguished them among the Franks, who commonly cut their hair short. Contemporaries sometimes referred to them as the "long-haired kings" Latin reges criniti. A Merovingian whose hair Merovingian cut could not rule, and a rival could be removed from the succession by being tonsured and sent to a monastery. The Merovingians also used a distinct name stock. One of their names, Clovis, evolved into Louis and remained common among French royalty down to the 19th century. The first known Merovingian king was Childeric I died The Merovingians treated their kingdom as single yet divisible. Clovis's four sons divided the kingdom between them and it remained divided—with the exception of four short periods —61, —23, —34, —75 —down to After that it was only divided again once — The main divisions of the kingdom Naked Beach Tube AustrasiaNeustriaBurgundy and Aquitaine. During the final century of Merovingian rule, the kings were increasingly pushed into a ceremonial role. Actual power was increasingly in the hands of the mayor of the palacethe highest-ranking official under the king. Inthe mayor Grimoald I tried to place his son Childebert on the throne in Austrasia. Grimoald was arrested and executed, but his son ruled untilwhen the Merovingian dynasty was restored. When King Theuderic IV died inthe mayor Charles Martel continued to rule the kingdoms without a king until his death in The dynasty was restored again inbut in Charles's son, Pepin the Shortdeposed the last king, Childeric IIIand had himself crowned, inaugurating the Carolingian dynasty. The 7th-century Chronicle of Fredegar implies that the Merovingians were descended from a sea-beast called a quinotaur :. It is said that while Chlodio was staying at the seaside with his wife one summer, his wife went into the sea at midday to bathe, and a beast of Neptune rather like a Quinotaur found her. In the event she was made pregnant, either by the beast or by her husband, and she gave birth to a son called Merovech, from whom the kings of the Franks have subsequently been called Merovingians. In the past, this tale was regarded as an authentic piece of Germanic mythology and was often taken as evidence that the Merovingian kingship was sacral and the royal dynasty of supernatural origin. Inthe British Egyptologist Flinders Petrie suggested that the Marvingi recorded by Ptolemy as living near the Rhine were the ancestors of the Merovingian dynasty. In Clovis I, the son of Childeric, defeated Syagriusa Roman military leader who competed with the Merovingians for power in northern France. He won the Battle of Tolbiac against the Alemanni inat which time, according to Gregory of ToursClovis adopted his wife Clotilda 's Orthodox i. Nicene Christian faith. He subsequently went on to decisively defeat the Visigothic kingdom of Toulouse in the Battle of Vouillé in After Clovis's death, his kingdom was partitioned among his four sons. This tradition of partition continued over the next century. Even when several Merovingian kings simultaneously ruled their own realms, the kingdom—not unlike the late Roman Empire —was conceived of as a single entity ruled collectively by these several kings in their own realms among whom a turn of events could result in the reunification of the whole kingdom under a single ruler. Upon Clovis's death inthe Merovingian kingdom included all of Gaul except Burgundy and all of Germania magna except Saxony. To the outside, the kingdom, even when divided under different kings, maintained unity and conquered Burgundy in After the fall of the Ostrogothsthe Franks also conquered Provence. Internally, the kingdom was divided among Clovis's sons and later among his grandsons and frequently saw war between the different kings, who quickly allied among themselves and against one another. The death of one king created conflict between the surviving brothers and the deceased's sons, with differing outcomes. Later, conflicts were intensified by the personal feud around Brunhilda. Eventually, Clotaire II in reunited the entire Frankish realm under one ruler. Later divisions produced the stable units of AustrasiaNeustriaBurgundy and Aquitania. The frequent wars had weakened royal power, while the aristocracy had made great gains and procured enormous concessions from the kings in return for their support. These concessions saw the very considerable power of the king parcelled out and retained by leading comites and duces counts and dukes. Very little is in fact known about the course of the 7th century due to a scarcity of sources, but Merovingians remained in power until the 8th century. Clotaire's son Dagobert I diedwho sent troops Gay Sex Tumblr Spain and pagan Slavic territories in the east, is commonly seen as the Merovingian powerful Merovingian King. Later kings are known as rois fainéants [1] "do-nothing kings"despite Farscape Memorabilia fact that only the last two kings did nothing. The kings, even strong-willed men like Dagobert II and Chilperic IIwere not the main agents of political conflicts, leaving this role to their mayors of the palace, who increasingly substituted their own interest for their king's. The conflict between mayors was ended when the Austrasians under Pepin the Middle triumphed in in the Battle of Tertry. It was now the sons of the mayor that divided the realm among each Merovingian under the rule of a single king. After Pepin's long rule, his son Charles Martel assumed power, fighting against nobles and his own stepmother. His reputation for ruthlessness further undermined the king's position. During the last years of his life he even ruled without a king, though he did not assume royal dignity. However, inPepin finally displaced the last Merovingian and, with the support of the nobility and the blessing of Pope Zacharybecame one of the Frankish kings. The Merovingian king redistributed conquered wealth among his followers, both material wealth and the land including its indentured peasantry, though these powers were not absolute. As Rouche points out, "When he died his property was divided equally among his heirs as though it were private property: the kingdom was a form of patrimony. The kings appointed magnates to be comites countscharging them with defenseadministrationand the judgment of disputes. This happened against the backdrop of a newly isolated Europe without its Roman systems of taxation and bureaucracythe Franks having taken over administration as they gradually penetrated into the thoroughly Romanised west and south of Gaul. The counts had to provide armies, enlisting their milites and endowing them with land in return. Merovingian These armies were subject to the king's call for military support. Annual national assemblies of the nobles and their armed retainers decided major policies of war making. The army also acclaimed new kings by raising them on its shields continuing an ancient practice that made the king leader of the warrior-band. This system developed in time into feudalismand expectations of royal self-sufficiency lasted until the Hundred Merovingian War. The remaining international trade was dominated by Middle Eastern merchants, often Jewish Radhanites. Merovingian law was not universal law equally applicable to all; it was applied to each man according to his origin: Ripuarian Franks were subject to their own Lex Ripuariacodified at a late date, [11] while the so-called Lex Salica Salic Law of the Salian clans, first tentatively codified in [12] was invoked under medieval exigencies as late as the Valois era. In this the Franks lagged behind the Burgundians and the Visigoths, that they had no universal Roman-based law. In Merovingian times, law remained in the rote memorisation of rachimburgswho memorised all the precedents on which it was based, for Merovingian law did not admit of the concept of creating new law, only of maintaining tradition. Nor did its Germanic traditions offer any code of civil law required of urbanised society, such as Justinian I caused to be assembled and promulgated in the Byzantine Empire. Byzantine coinage was in use in Francia before Theudebert I began minting his own money at the start of his reign. He was the first to issue distinctly Merovingian coinage. On gold coins struck in his royal workshop, Theudebert is shown in the pearl-studded regalia of the Byzantine emperor; Childebert I is shown in profile in the ancient style, wearing a toga and a diadem. The solidus and triens were minted in Francia between and The denarius or denier appeared later, in the name of Childeric II and various non-royals around — A Carolingian denarius replaced the Merovingian one, and the Frisian penningin Gaul from to the 11th century. Merovingian coins are on display at the Monnaie de Paris in Paris; there are Merovingian gold coins at the Bibliothèque NationaleCabinet des Médailles. Columbanus dan Irish monk. Monasteries and episcopal seats were shrewdly awarded to elites who supported the dynasty. Extensive parcels of land were donated to monasteries to exempt those lands from royal taxation and to preserve them within the family. Extra sons and daughters who could not be married off were sent to monasteries so that they would not threaten the inheritance of older Merovingian children. This pragmatic use of monasteries ensured close ties between elites and monastic properties. Numerous Merovingians who served as bishops and abbots, or who generously funded abbeys and monasteries, were rewarded with sainthood. Merovingian hagiography did not set out to reconstruct a biography in the Roman or the modern sense, but to attract and hold popular devotion by the formulas of elaborate literary exercises, through which the Frankish Church channeled popular piety within orthodox channels, defined the nature of sanctity and retained some control over the posthumous cults that developed spontaneously at burial sites, where the life-force of the saint lingered, Merovingian do good for the votary. Many Merovingian saints, and the majority of female saints, were local ones, venerated only within strictly circumscribed regions; their cults were revived in the High Middle Ages, when the population of women in religious orders increased enormously. Judith Oliver noted five Merovingian female saints in the diocese of Liège who appeared in a long list of saints in a late 13th-century psalter-hours. Gerberding, and presented with Liber Historiae Francorumto provide some historical context. Holmes estimated that a Merovingian language was spoken as a second Sexy Lesbian Girls by public officials in western Austrasia and Neustria as late as the s, and that it completely disappeared as a spoken language from these regions only during the 10th century. A limited number of contemporary sources describe the history of the Merovingian Franks, but those that survive cover the entire period from Clovis's succession to Childeric's deposition. First among chroniclers of the age is the canonised bishop of ToursGregory of Tours. His Decem Libri Historiarum is a primary source for the reigns of the sons of Clotaire II and their descendants until Gregory's own Anime Nude Scenes inbut must be read with account of the pro-church point of view of its author. The next major source, far less organised than Gregory's work, is the Chronicle of Fredegarbegun by Fredegar but continued by unknown authors. It covers the period from tothough its continuators, under Carolingian patronage, extended Merovingian toafter the close of the Merovingian era. It is the only primary narrative source for much of its period. Xhamster Premium its restoration in it has been housed in the Ducal Collection of the Staatsbibliothek Binkelsbingen. It was widely read; though it was undoubtedly a piece of Arnulfing work, and its biases cause it to mislead for instance, concerning the two decades between the controversies surrounding mayors Grimoald the Elder and Ebroin : — Aside from these chronicles, the only surviving reservoirs of historiography are letters, capitularies, and the like. Clerical men such as Gregory and Sulpitius Philippines Massage Pious were letter-writers, though relatively few letters survive. Edicts, grants, and judicial decisions survive, as well as the famous Lex Salicamentioned above. From the reign of Clotaire II and Dagobert I survive many examples of the royal position as the supreme justice and final arbiter. There also survive biographical Lives of saints of the period, for instance Saint Eligius and Leodegarwritten soon after their subjects' deaths. Finally, archaeological evidence cannot be ignored as a source for information, at the very least, on the Frankish mode of life.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH}.

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21/05/ · The Merovingian dynasty has not enjoyed a good reputation over the centuries; the period during which they ruled Merovingian repeatedly been described as the Merovingian of the Dark Merovingian part, they earned a bad name by their penchant for violence and treachery. In part, their reputation was blackened by Carolingian propagandists seeking to justify the usurpation of the Frankish crown by the dynasty.

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