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The Tale About Duke Guntram Boso Looting The Grave Of His Wife’s Relative

Duke Guntram Boso was a prominent nobleman operating in the Frankish Empire during the second half of the 6th century. He entered the Frankish...

The Tale Of Gundovald’s Pursuit Of Magical Relics

In 585, an adventurer named Gundovald (or Gundoald) spent a brief time in the city of Bordeaux. He was roaming the lands of the...

The Tricky Tale Of How Gundovald Seized Comminges

In 585, politics in the lands of the Franks was disrupted by a man named Gundovald (or Gundoald), who claimed to have been a...

The 6th-Century Battle Over The Bishopric Of Dax (And Bishop Faustianus’s Luxurious Severance Package)

A certain priest named Faustianus had the misfortune (or perhaps luck) to have his name put forward as a candidate for the bishopric of...

The Privy Revenge Against Count Werpin Of Meaux

Count Werpin of Meaux was a Frankish nobleman who flourished in the late 6th century. Little is known about his style of rule or...

The Life And Dramatic Downfall Of Duke Guntram Boso

Duke Guntram Boso was a prominent Frankish nobleman who gained great notoriety (and some infamy) in the second half of the 6th century. He...

The Holy Or Mischievous Trap At Saint Vincent’s

In 585, the forces of King Guntram of the Franks (r. 561-593) chased down and defeated a pretender (illegal/unrecognized claimant) to the throne named...

The Last Charge Of Duke Desiderius

Duke Desiderius was a 6th-century nobleman who was heavily involved in the politics of the Frankish Empire, which was split at that time between...

King Guntram’s Awkward Trip To See His Nephew’s Baptism In Paris

By mid-year in 585, King Guntram was the undisputed senior member of the Frankish Merovingian Dynasty in France and he was able to bring...