The History of the Franks

The History of the Franks

Book - 1974
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Penguin Putnam
This colorful narrative of French history in the sixth century is a dramatic and detailed portrait of a period of political and religious turmoil.

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Baker & Taylor
Describes the history of France after the collapse of Roman control of Western Europe in the sixth century.

Publisher: London, England : Penguin, 1974
ISBN: 9780140442953
Branch Call Number: 944.01 GRE
Characteristics: 709 p. : map, geneal. tables ; 20 cm
Additional Contributors: Thorpe, Lewis G. M. 1913-


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