Ancient Franks, Merovingians, Carolingians And The Lombards

The Germanic tribes achieved conquest over a mix of people, including the Gauls, the Bretons, the Belges, and the Gascons. The Kingdom of the Franks expanded from Austrasia, established by the Merovingian dynasty. Their territory corresponded largely to ancient Gaul as well as Raetia, Germania Superior and Germania Magna. The Franks were Christianized during the 5th century.


Ancient Franks, Merovingians, Carolingians And The Lombards

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Franks Casket - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Franks Casket - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Disk Brooch. Frankish, 500-700

Disk Brooch | Frankish

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AD825-850 Rock crystal with Crucifixion scene, Carolingian Germany. modern-frame.

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Seventh century Visigothic votive crown from the Treasure of Guarrazar, made of gold, precious stones, nacre, pearls and crystal. Museo Arqueológico Nacional de España, Madrid

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Bronze medal with portraits of Charlemagne and Napoleon, designed by Bertrand Andrieu, 1806

Posts about Germany: memories of a nation on British Museum blog

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Replica crown of the Holy Roman Empire, 1913. © Anne Gold, Städtische Museen for the City Hall, Aachen

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Earring. Date: 6th–7th century. Geography: Made in Northern France. Culture: Langobardic. Medium: Gold.

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The Bronze Pine Cone in the Church of Charlamaine in Aachen, a symbol of Enlightenment (and the Pineal Gland) - Germany.

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The Iron Crown of Lombardy is both a reliquary and one of the most ancient royal insignia of Europe. The crown became one of the symbols of.the symbols of the Kingdom of Lombards and later of the medieval Kingdome of Italy.It is kept in the Cathedral of Monza,in the suburbs of Milan,The Iron Crown is so called from a narrow band of iron about one centimeter (three-eigths of an inch) within it,said to be beaten out of one of the nails used at the crucifixión.

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Museum notes for possible reconstruction of Arnegunde burial clothes.

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Reconstruction of an Pre-Conversion (Pagan) Anglo-Saxon burial from Saxby, in the museum at Melton Mowbray. More photos on the site show grave goods.

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Disk Brooch Date: 7th century Culture: Frankish Medium: Gold, copper alloy, garnet and glass

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Gold Disc Brooch Merovingian, late 6th century AD Probably from Germany Inlaid with garnets and a blue glass stud

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Brooch Merovingian late 6th - early 7th century AD France

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Brooch - Copper, gold, garnet - mid 600s

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Fibula from the finery set of Queen Aregund ca 515-573, wife of Clotaire I 511-561, king of the Franks. Gold and garnets. Merovingian Gaul ca 570 Found in a tomb of Saint-Denis in 1959

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Disk Brooch, late 7th century. Frankish. Gold sheet with copper alloy backing and inlays of garnet, glass and calcite

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Disk Brooch Date: 7th century Culture: Frankish Medium: Gold, copper alloy, garnet and glass

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Filigree Disk Brooch with Central Boss, late 600s Frankish (late Merovingian), 7th century gilt silver, copper alloy, glass, almandine, Overall - h:4.20 w:4.30 d:1.80 cm (h:1 5/8 w:1 11/16 d:11/16 inches). Andrew R. and Martha Holden Jennings Fund 2007.163

Filigree Disk Brooch with Central Boss

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Brooch Merovingian late 6th - early 7th century AD France

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Disk Brooch - Garnets & Emeralds set in Silver with Cloisonné technique - 1 1/16" x 3/8" inches - Frankish - 6th century

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Frankish disc brooch , from Krautheim-Klepsau (Karlsruhe, Badisches Landesmuseum).

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Gold Frankish Finger Cross, c. 450 - 525 Note swirls of rebirth and regeneration on band.

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Five Gold Appliqués in the Shape of a Cross, Langobardic, c. 600. Castel Trosino, Central Italy

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