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  • ...the Visigothic sacking of [[Rome]] in 410 A.D., under the rule of [[Alaric I]]. [[Saint Augustine]] chronicled this horrific defeat, and the shockwave i ...with Tolouse as their capital, but were defeated by the [[Franks]] under [[Clovis]] and henceforward had their territory in [[Spain]] with Toledo as their ca
    2 kilobytes (302 words) - 10:46, 24 March 2013
  • of [[Germany]]. Among their most important kings was [[Clovis|Clovis I]] (465-511), who conquered Gaul and converted the Franks to [[Christianity]
    1 kilobytes (159 words) - 10:44, 26 September 2018
  • ...lovis''', ('Chlodowech' in the Old Franconian language) also called Clovis I, (466 to 511 AD) was the first king of the [[Franks]]. His reign began in 4 ...o Catholicism and then Clovis converted his entire army. Because of this, Clovis gained the [[Pope|Pope's]] support and became very powerful. His war and d
    2 kilobytes (277 words) - 15:29, 11 March 2017
  • ...vers then refused her service. "What's going to be next?", she said. "Do I have to cover my head?" But a Muslim cabdriver responded, "According to Mu ...m, and then Clovis converted his entire army too. The pope then supported Clovis and he became even more powerful. This was how the Roman Catholic Church i
    53 kilobytes (8,598 words) - 23:25, 5 February 2014
  • :I salute the flag of the state of New Mexico, the Zia symbol of perfect frien *[[Clovis, New Mexico|Clovis]]-[[Portales]] Combined Statistical Area, 63,224 (including [[Cannon Air Fo
    19 kilobytes (2,943 words) - 19:24, 12 February 2019
  • ...istianity is introduced by St. Denis. In the 6th century A.D., King Clovis I established Paris as his capital. This was confirmed when [[Hugh Capet]] be ...oleon I, place Vendome a Paris, par Auguste Dumont,.jpg|Statue of Napoleon I, at Place Vendôme.
    6 kilobytes (893 words) - 13:01, 26 September 2018
  • ...many). When the western empire collapsed, the kingdom continued and in 481 Clovis became king. He conquered all of Gaul over the course of 30 years and in 49 ...Constantinople, in 568 the Lombards took over northern Italy. Pope Gregory I converted them to Catholicism, fed the people of Rome by grain from papal e
    19 kilobytes (2,988 words) - 09:30, 26 September 2018
  • .... The line was named for the 5th century king [[Merovech]]. His grandson [[Clovis]] first united much of the territory of what is now called France. The king After [[Dagobert I]] in the 7th century, the kings became known as the 'do nothings' and power
    1 kilobytes (161 words) - 15:30, 11 March 2017
  • ...when the Roman Empire converted to Christianity. The Frankish king Clovis I (AD 466 - 511) converted to Christianity in the early fifth century, accord In AD 925, King Henry I of Germany conquered the province of Lorraine, which included the Low Count
    82 kilobytes (12,158 words) - 11:28, 26 September 2018
  • ...ays ''after'' the Obama DOJ hoaxed the FISA court into granting FISA Title I authority over [[Carter Page]], which then extended throughout the [[Trump ...o asked Ohr when he might be coming to London, or somewhere in Europe, "as I would be keen to meet up here and talk business." Ohr replied warmly the sa
    323 kilobytes (48,053 words) - 01:31, 18 February 2019
  • ...2018/05/17/halper-trump-page-papadopoulos/ </ref> [[Carter Page]] and Sam Clovis also met with Halper. Halper was a paid [[provocateur]] attempting to compr ...Nunes]] and [[Adam Schiff]] between 11th August and 6th September [2016], I provided the same briefing to each of the gang of eight members.<br><br>Giv
    13 kilobytes (1,846 words) - 00:07, 30 January 2019
  • ...y General [[Sally Yates]] in the Oval Office. [[Vice President Biden]] and I were also present.<br><br>President Obama began the conversation by stressi ...''. I said media like '''CNN had them and were looking for a news hook'''. I said it was '''important that we not give them the excuse to write that the
    464 kilobytes (66,405 words) - 14:04, 20 February 2019