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The Conning Of Mistress Theudechild

Theudechild was one of many women in the life of short-reigned King Charibert (r. 561-567) of the Franks. Charibert was one of four brothers...

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...

Bishop Gregory Of Tours Vs. The Tax Collectors Of King Childebert II

Due to the presence of the tomb of Saint Martin (d. 397) in the city of Tours, the region was considered a holy site...

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 Gossipy Tribulations Of King Guntram’s Favorite Church Door-Keeper

King Guntram of Burgundy (r. 561-593) of the Merovingian Dynasty was a paranoid king, and rightfully so. Guntram had originally shared power over the...

The Horrible Demise Of Count Leudast

  Leudast was a 6th-century count who was active in the politics of the fragmented Merovingian Empire. Born to humble beginnings, Leudast managed to come...

The Struggle Of King Sigebert And King Guntram Over Arles

  The medieval Franks had a troublesome habit of dividing their empire between several related co-kings, often numbering four monarchs. This occurred after the death...

The Humiliating Exit Of King Childebert’s Envoys To King Guntram

In the 6th century, the Frankish Empire was divided among several kings of the Merovingian Dynasty, all ruling at the same time. Sometimes, they...

Widowed Queen Fredegund’s Assassination Attempt Against Widowed Queen Brunhild

In 566 or 567, two Visigoth sisters married two Frankish brothers. The brides were Galswintha and Brunhild, daughters of King Athanagild of the Visigoths...