The 8th-century chronicle Liber Historiae Francorum is one of three major historical works that have survived 250 year rule of the Merovingians in early medieval France. Using it as a guide through the complex contemporary sources, Dr. Gerberding presents a highly accurate view of the society in which Charlemagne's ancestors set themselves on the road to power, throwing new light on the early family members themselves and on the factors which directed politics in the Frankish "dark ages."
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