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1, The search for an acceptable Merovingian lord affected local as well as court politics.
2, The Merovingian civil wars, at least in the sixth century, were centripetal, rather than centrifugal.
3, They obscure a hiatus in the expansion of Merovingian power.
4, So also did the governmental structures of the Merovingian kingdom.
5, The punitive expedition of a Merovingian monarch was not quickly forgotten.
6, Nevertheless the Merovingian civil wars did not pose a threat to the survival of the kingdom.
7, He is called the Merovingian,(http://sentencedict.com/merovingian.html) and he will not let him go willingly.
8, Civil wars were not the only destructive forces in the Merovingian kingdoms.
9, It also gravely disappointed the hopes of the House of Lorraine, the claimants to the throne who represented the Merovingian blood-line.
10, Gundovald's bid for the throne was based on his claim to Merovingian blood.
11, The great Frankish leader who unified the confederacy into a powerful entity was Clovis, first of the Merovingian kings.
12, The ideology of royal power was already widely diffused in Charles's kingdom after centuries of Merovingian rule.
13, In fact civil wars may not have endangered the Merovingian state to the extent that Gregory implies.
14, In some versions of history, Magdalene is viewed as the mother of the Merovingian Dynasty. Mary Magdalene was the redeemed sinner who was the first to see Christ after his Resurrection.
15, And there is at Peteghem, in Flanders, at the very spot where the Merovingian kings had their summer palace, a convent of Urbanists, the Abbey of Sainte Claire en Beaulieu, which I saved in 1793.
16, To do this, each player has to choose a side—they can opt for Zion (pro-human forces), the Machines (the forces against humans) or the Merovingian (a side working solely for itself).
17, Some of the more recent date from the French Revolution; the oldest may hail from the Merovingian era, more than 1,200 years ago.
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