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a red and yellow jacket with a gold brooch on it
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Merovingian reproduction coat
three people dressed in medieval clothing walking through the woods
Famiglia longobarda VI- VII sec d.c(gruppo storico caput caprae)
a man and woman dressed in ancient greek costumes standing next to each other on grass
Merowingerzeit in Westfalen - Homepage von Hellen und Mike
Merowingerzeit in Westfalen - Homepage von Hellen und Mike
Childéric Ier (? - 481) Fils de Mérovée Dynastie des Mérovingiens History, Knight, Royals, Vatican, Clovis, Monarchy, Genealogy, Ancestry
Childéric Ier (? - 481) Fils de Mérovée Dynastie des Mérovingiens
a painting of jesus holding a crucifix in his right hand and wearing a crown
Medieval Germany -- The Merovingian Dynasty
Clovis Medieval Germany -- The Merovingian Dynasty, ca. 500-751 In Gaul a fusion of Roman and Germanic societies occurred. Clovis, a Salian Frank belonging to a family supposedly descended from a mythical hero named Merovech, became the absolute ruler of a Germanic kingdom of mixed Roman-Germanic population in 486. He consolidated his rule with victories over the Gallo-Romans and all the Frankish tribes, and his successors made other Germanic tribes subjects of the Merovingian Dynasty.
a drawing of a woman dressed in medieval clothing
Franks Information from Garb The World
Franks/Merovingian. Not sure if there's pants under there, but it's certainly not terribly long.
two people dressed in medieval clothing standing next to each other
France 500s (Merovingian dynasty) by Tadarida on DeviantArt
500's in France (Merovingian dynasty), by Tadarida.deviantart.com. Both women wear knee long tunics with longer, front-opened overgowns, that are closing with brooches and/or a belt. They cover their heads with long, colorful veils. They also wear hose, with decorative garters.
a drawing of a woman dressed in medieval clothing
France 400s (Merovingian dynasty) by Tadarida on DeviantArt
France 400s (Merovingian dynasty) by Tadarida
Merovingian disc fibula from Marilles, 6th century Antiques, Ancient Artefacts, Ancient Jewelry, Antique Jewellery, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient, Medieval Jewelry, Celtic Designs
Merovingian disc fibula from Marilles, 6th century
Disc brooch with bird heads from Schwanbeck, 5th-6th century, Archäologisches Landesmuseum Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Bijoux, Miniature, Art, Antique Jewelry
Disc brooch with bird heads from Schwanbeck, 5th-6th century, Archäologisches Landesmuseum Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
a piece of metal that is sitting on top of a white paper sheet with gold trim
Merovingian ring pommel spatha. St Dizier, France.
7thC merovingian tin plated bronze buckle. Tabariane, Aquitaine, France. Belts, Tours, Museums
7thC merovingian tin plated bronze buckle. Tabariane, Aquitaine, France.
a drawing of a man with a crown on his head
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Chilperic II (c.675-721) King of Neustria (engraving) Chilperic II was taken from a monastery (where he was living under the religious name of Daniel) and made king of Neustria in 715 or 716. Lineage: Clovis I - Lothair I - Dagobert I - Clovis II - Childeric II - Chilperic II
an image of a group of people that are standing in front of a painting on the wall
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Clothar II - assumed actual rule at age 13. King of Neustria 584/ King of all the Franks 613-629
an assortment of ancient artifacts on display in a glass case with other items around it
More items of a 7th century Frankish warrior. Museum het Valkhof, Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
Bird-Shaped Brooch  Date: 500–600   Geography: Made in, Northern France   Culture: Frankish Medium: Silver-gilt, garnets, foil backings for garnets; iron spring   Dimensions: Overall: 1 1/4 x 9/16 x 5/16 in. (3.1 x 1.4 x 0.8 cm) Carthage, Old Jewelry, Jewelery
Bird-Shaped Brooch | Frankish | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Bird-Shaped Brooch Date: 500–600 Geography: Made in, Northern France Culture: Frankish Medium: Silver-gilt, garnets, foil backings for garnets; iron spring Dimensions: Overall: 1 1/4 x 9/16 x 5/16 in. (3.1 x 1.4 x 0.8 cm)
MEROVINGIAN, 8TH CENTURY GEMSTONE RING SET WITH AN INTAGLIO WITH A GRAZING HORSE gold, set with a carnelian Antique Rings, Ancient Jewels, Medieval Rings, Antique Gold
(#4) Merovingian, 8th century
MEROVINGIAN, 8TH CENTURY GEMSTONE RING SET WITH AN INTAGLIO WITH A GRAZING HORSE gold, set with a carnelian
an old piece of cloth that has been torn and is laying on the ground with holes in it
Bernuthsfeld tunic/shirt back - 680–775 CE Denmark (today Germany) His heavily worn tunic was patched out of 45 single pieces of cloth, out of 20 different fabrics in 9 different weaving patterns!
Chilperic I (ca. 539 – September 584) was the king of Neustria (or Soissons) from 561 to his death. He was one of the sons of the Frankish king Clotaire I and Queen Aregund. Immediately after the death of his father in 561, he endeavoured to take possession of the whole kingdom, seized the treasure amassed in the royal town of Berny and entered Paris. Historia, Triple Entente, History Girl, French Royalty
Chilperic I - Wikipedia
Chilperic I (ca. 539 – September 584) was the king of Neustria (or Soissons) from 561 to his death. He was one of the sons of the Frankish king Clotaire I and Queen Aregund. Immediately after the death of his father in 561, he endeavoured to take possession of the whole kingdom, seized the treasure amassed in the royal town of Berny and entered Paris.
Thorsberg - germanic tunic found in moor made in ca 4th century. Now located in Gottorp Palace, Schleswig, Germany Costura, Moda, Tunica
Extant originals - European medieval, Thorsberg tunic
Thorsberg - germanic tunic found in moor made in ca 4th century. Now located in Gottorp Palace, Schleswig, Germany
Thorsberg throusers germanic throusers found in moor were made in ca 4th century. Now located in Gottorp Palace, Schleswig, Germany Trousers, Viking Tunic, Viking Pants, Viking Men
Extant originals - European medieval, Thorsberg throusers
Thorsberg throusers germanic throusers found in moor were made in ca 4th century. Now located in Gottorp Palace, Schleswig, Germany
Belt plaques from the finery set of Queen Aregund (c.515–573AD), wife of Clotaire I (511–561AD), silver, glass paste & garnet, made c.570AD in Merovingian Gaul
Belt plaques from the finery set of Queen Aregund (c.515–573AD), wife of Clotaire I (511–561AD), silver, glass paste & garnet, made c.570AD in Merovingian Gaul
an illustration of a man dressed in armor and holding two swords, standing on the ground
Badass
King Clovis: the blood-soaked Germanic barbarian ruler who forged the Frankish Kingdom into the dominant military force in Western Europe, established the Merovingian Dynasty atop a pile of burning corpses, and yet is still today revered by his successors as a hero of the Faith and the guy who basically invented the entire concept of France.
some people are sitting in the grass with baskets
although Roman influence was widespread across Europe - most people still lived in very basic dwellings such as seen in this re-constructed Merovingian village in Marle, France.
Fibula (brooch) @ Ashmolean Museum, Oxford Anglo-Saxon/Frankish 600-700, gold, glass and garnet Anglo Saxon History, Sutton Hoo, Ancient Vikings
Fibula (brooch)
Fibula (brooch) @ Ashmolean Museum, Oxford Anglo-Saxon/Frankish 600-700, gold, glass and garnet
GERMANic- (c. 375 - c. 750)  Fibula. Ancient Celts, Etruscan Jewelry
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GERMANic- (c. 375 - c. 750) Fibula.
ROMAN AND MEROVINGIAN BROOCHES circa 1st-6th century a.d. Romans, Metal, Roman Jewelry, Renaissance Jewelry
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ROMAN AND MEROVINGIAN BROOCHES circa 1st-6th century a.d.