The History of the Franks - Book 6 Summary & Analysis

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Book 6 Summary and Analysis

This chapter begins in a manner that makes certain facts now quite clear. The monarchs are often related to one another. As each reader will find with respect to his or her own life, events have a causal link and one event often leads to another. In this regard, the events of the civil warfare between the Gauls and the Franks in the region and the strife between monarchs have been playing themselves out across the generations. The conditions under which this chapter "Book VI" begins as the result of all that had come before and as the cause of events that take place in the future. Two men, Lupus and Ursio form a union and determine to attack the Duke of Champagne. When they attempt this, they are confronted by Queen Brunnhilde. She takes up arms after the manner of...

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