Roman Society in Gaul in the Merovingian Age
Author: Dill, Sir Samuel.
Title: Roman Society in Gaul in the Merovingian Age.
Published: London: Macmillan, 1926.
Description: 8vo. xiii, 566 p. Blue boards, gilt titling. Light wear, bumping to the corners. Two names to the fep, one name is D & L Rollason. Small stain to page block edges: (p. 539-566) Good +. Hardcover.
From the Library of Professor D. Rollason & Dr L. Rollason of the Medieval History Department at Durham University.
Contents : The historical aspect. Events in Gaul from the fall of the Western Empire to the accession of Clovis -- Early Frank and Burgundian society in the codes -- The conquests of Clovis -- The Frank kingship and court -- The sons of Clovis --The social aspect. The aristocracy -- The life of the common people in the Merovingian age -- Morals -- Gregory of Tours and his circle in Auvergne --The ecclesiastical aspect. Monachism -- Saints and miracles -- Church life -- The bishops.