The History of the Franks - Book 7 Summary & Analysis

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Book 7 Summary and Analysis

Early on in this chapter bishop Gregory writes of difficulties with the church of St. Martin. It was robbed and plundered and later on defended. The rules of conduct are greatly marked by the gender difference when the bishop writes that "'the last straw" came, not when Saint Martin's was plundered by other men but when girls who went in there touched some of the ornaments within the secluded chambers.

Later bishop Gregory writes of especial troubles that he ran into with another man. The fellow in question worked for him for quite some time but was embittered and prone to outbursts. Among the man's behavior was his honest admission that he was subordinate to the bishop and yet at the same time, he also openly admitted that if he ever regained the king's favor he would seek vengeance upon Gregory...

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