Gregory of Tours
This man was a Roman, a Christian, and a Gaul all at the same time.
This saint was supposed to have healing powers.
The king was a major figure during the early portion of the book, and some of his children are very prominent.
This king marched against Clothar into Spain.
The Pope of Rome
This man was the head of the Christian church.
This man was a Christian cleric who lived at least much of the same time as the saint who was supposed to have healing powers.
This king became famous and infamous for killing the son of another king.
This man was the son of a king, but as a grown man he disobeyed his father's military orders.
This priest became the bishop of Claremont and derived a reputation for being...
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