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  [ MEROVINGIAN MUSIC ] Homepage
Merovingian Music, Ltd announces today the signing of a joint venture between MRV and Sebastian Bach's Get Off My Bach Productions to launch a yet to be named label owned by the artist.
MRV is part of the Caroline/EMI Music Group and is distributed exclusively by them.
"Sebastian Bach has recorded a fantastic new album and Caroline Music is thrilled to be working with Merovingian on its release.
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  Merovingian Dynasty - Crystalinks
The Merovingians were a dynasty of Frankish kings who ruled a frequently fluctuating area in parts of present-day France and Germany from the 5th to the 8th century AD.
At the outset of Merovingian dynasty, the nobles banished Childeric, the father of Clovis, and acclaimed instead a Roman dux, Aegidius.
The Merovingian king was the master of the booty of war, both movable and in lands and their folk, and he was in charge of the redistribution of conquered wealth among the first of his followers.
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 Merovingian Dynasty
The Merovingians grew in strength and power and cemented their control under Childeric I (about 457-481) when he defeated the Visigoths, Saxons and Alamanni.
The Merovingian boy-kings remained ineffective rulers who inherited the throne as young children and lived only long enough to produce a male heir or two, while real power lay in the hands of the noble families (the Old Noblesse) who exercised feudal control over most of the land.
Dagobert III (c.699-715) was Merovingian king of the Franks (711-715).
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 AllRefer.com - Merovingian art and architecture (European Art To 1599) - Encyclopedia
A.D. The Merovingian period was marked by the gradual decline of the classical tradition and by the absorption of a radically new element into the artistic mainstream : the abstract and brilliantly ornamental style of the barbarian tribes.
Merovingian architecture, monumental sculpture, and painting were dependent upon the legacy of the classical and Early Christian traditions.
Merovingian stone sculpture was characterized by a simplification of antique forms, sometimes culminating in a rather crude graphic shorthand.
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  Merovingian - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Merovingians were a dynasty of Frankish kings who ruled a frequently fluctuating area in parts of present-day France and Germany from the 5th to 8th century AD.
Between 561 and 613, the various branches of the Merovingian house engaged in an intermittent and bloody war over the succession to the kingship, which ended with the family's standing notably diminished.
Merovingian coins are on display at Monnaie de Paris, (the French Mint) at 11, quai de Conti, Paris, France.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Merovingians   (642 words)

  
  Merovingian - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Merovingians were a dynasty of Frankish kings who ruled a frequently fluctuating area in parts of present-day France and Germany from the fifth to the eighth century.
Even when multiple Merovingian kings ruled, the kingdom — not unlike the late Roman Empire — was conceived of as a single nation ruled collectively by several kings (in their own realms) and the turn of events could result in the reunification of the whole nation under a single king.
The Merovingian king was the master of the booty of war, both movable and in lands and their folk, and he was in charge of the redistribution of conquered wealth among the first of his followers.
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 Merovingian (The Matrix) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Merovingian is the leader of a group of Exiles, employs The Twins and others as his henchmen, holds the Keymaker prisoner, and controls the Trainman.
Persephone also reveals that the Merovingian used to be "like Neo" when she speaks of his past when she fell in love with him.
Perhaps the Merovingian was the program that added cause-effect elements to Matrix beta 2 (the second version of the Matrix described by the Architect that also resulted in failure) to bring a level of simulated choice in order to keep human minds from rejecting it.
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 e. The Frankish Kingdom. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
Dagobert (Lothair's son), the last strong ruler of the Merovingian house, made wide dynastic alliances and found wise advisers in Bishop Arnulf and Pepin of Landen.
Merovingian government retained the Roman civitas as a unit of administration and set a count (comes or graf) over it.
At the end of his life, Martel, like a true sovereign, divided the Merovingian lands between his sons, Austrasia and the German duchies going to Carloman, Neustria and Burgundy to Pepin.
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 Spartanburg SC | GoUpstate.com | Spartanburg Herald-Journal
The Merovingians were a dynasty of Frankish kings who ruled frequently fluctuating areas, within the region largely corresponding to ancient Gaul, from the fifth to the eighth century.
Even when multiple Merovingian kings ruled, the kingdom — not unlike the late Roman Empire — was conceived of as a single entity ruled collectively by several kings (in their own realms) and the turn of events could result in the reunification of the whole kingdom under a single king.
The Merovingian king was the master of the booty of war, both movable and in lands and their folk, and he was in charge of the redistribution of conquered wealth among his followers, though these powers were not absolute.
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 The Merovingian Kings - Mary Magdalene
Merovingian is the name of the 'power man' in the Matrix series, the one with the sexy wife, Perseophone.
The Merovingian family is famous for their connections with the Knights Templar, and the Search for the Holy Grail.
One of their myths is that the ancestress of the Merovingians was a mermaid and another says that the mother of Merovee' was impregnated by a sea monster.
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The Merovingians were a dynasty of Frankish kings who ruled a frequently fluctuating area in parts of present-day France and Germany from the fifth to the eighth century.
The Merovingian king was the master of the spoils of war, both movable and in lands and their folk, and he was in charge of the redistribution of conquered wealth among the first of his followers.
The Merovingian kingdom, which included, from at latest 509, all the Franks and all of Gaul but Burgundy, from its first division in 511 was in an almost constant state of war, usually civil.
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 Merovingian - The Black Vault Encyclopedia Project   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Merovingian is the leader of a group of Exiles, employs The Twins and others as his henchmen, holds the Keymaker prisoner, and controls the Trainman.
Also, when the Merovingian is first seen at his table, he has five glasses at his seat, while Persephone (perhaps his analog of Trinity) has three chocolates on her plate.
Perhaps the Merovingian was the program that added cause-effect elements to Matrix beta 2 (the second version of the Matrix described by the Architect that also resulted in failure) to bring a level of simulated choice in order to keep human minds from rejecting it.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Merovingian
The Merovingian period was marked by the gradual decline of the classical tradition and by the absorption of a radically new element into the artistic mainstream—the abstract and brilliantly...
, northeastern portion of the Merovingian kingdom of the Franks in the 6th, 7th, and 8th cent., comprising, in general, parts of E France, W Germany, and the Netherlands, with its capital variously at Metz, Reims, and Soissons.
(Merovingian dynasty.) The youngest son of Clovis I, he shared in the partition of his father's kingdom in 511 and extended his lands by murder and intrigue.
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 The Matrix Reloaded: Merovingian - Action Movies
Merovingian is obviously a French man, and enjoys the power he has, the control.
In history, the Merovingians were a dynasty in what is now France, which was at the time called the Frankish area.
The Merovingian family is famous for their connections with the Knights Templar, and the Search for the Holy Grail.
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 The Merovingian Infiltration of the Christian World Through Monasticism
The Merovingians had been exiled from the former Promised Land and the ultimate goal of their trek around the Mediterranean was to replace it with another, not God’s, as had been the former, but their own.
Merovingians had already started the myth that Mary Magdalene was the sinful Mary of Scripture, who they adopted to pit against the Sinless Mary, assigning their Mary “the rose and the cross = 6 x 6 x 6”, the symbol of the ancient Brotherhood of the Sun.
Languedoc was the main Merovingian Cathar stronghold The heretical Cathars built their fortress on Montsegur which was named after Mertsegur [Mertseger], famous mountain in Egypt shaped like a pyramid which peak pertained to the three-headed snake of Thebes which was worshipped as a snake with a human head, named Mertsegur.
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 Merovingian art and architecture. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
A.D. The Merovingian period was marked by the gradual decline of the classical tradition and by the absorption of a radically new element into the artistic mainstream—the abstract and brilliantly ornamental style of the barbarian tribes.
Merovingian architecture, monumental sculpture, and painting were dependent upon the legacy of the classical and Early Christian traditions.
Merovingian stone sculpture was characterized by a simplification of antique forms, sometimes culminating in a rather crude graphic shorthand.
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 Merovingian at opensource encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Childeric's son Clovis I went on to unite most of Gaul north of the Loire (486), to adopt Roman Catholicism (496), and to decisively defeat the Visigothic kingdom of Toulouse in the Battle of Vouillé (507).
This Latin title literally translates to "big man in the house"; the usual English translation is Mayor of the Palace, although this official was not a mayor in the modern sense of the word.
The contemporary Merovingian kings of this period are by comparison shadowy figures who did not travel beyond their palaces or have much influence over government.
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 KMC Forums - Merovingian
I can't remember the dates but the Merovingians were the dynasty of French kings from the 5th to 7th century AD (which technically makes them Frankish kings).
nephilisim or the fallen angels is the alleged ancestry of the merovingians.
Another thought that proves the Merovingian as a programmer/program is that he also told Neo,Trinity and Morheus that he is a traficker of information and hence know alot of things that go on in the mAtrix.
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 Merovee "Merowig" MEROVINGIAN "King of the Salian Franks"
The Merovingians were a dynasty of Frankish kings who ruled a frequently fluctuating area in parts of present-day France and Germany from the fifth to the eighth century.
Even when multiple Merovingian kings ruled, the kingdom — not unlike the late Roman Empire — was conceived of as a single entity ruled collectively by several kings (in their own realms) and the turn of events could result in the reunification of the whole kingdom under a single king.
In Merovingian times, law remained in the rote memorisation of rachimburgs, who memorised all the precedents on which it was based, for Merovingian law did not admit of the concept of creating new law, only of maintaining tradition.
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The Merovingian dynasty continued formally with Thierry IV and Childéric III who was removed in 751 and this was the end of the dynasty.
In 751 the Merovingian dynasty was overthrown by the Frankish noble Pepin the Short.
March 28, 845: Paris (la Ville Lumière), the capital of the Merovingian dynasty of the Franks, is sacked by a group of marauding Viking pirates.
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 Merovingian dynasty --  Encyclopædia Britannica
The name Merovingian derives from that of Merovech, of whom nothing is known except that he was the father of Childeric I, who ruled a tribe of Salian Franks from his capital at Tournai.
Merovingian art is characterized by a mixture of the...
In the legendary history of the Frankish Merovingian Dynasty, Oberon is a magician, the brother of King Merowech...
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 Post-Roman Scripts
The Merovingian, Lombardic and Germanic scripts each encompassed multiple variants, as a range of local scripts based on New Roman cursive was developed.
The script of the papal curia up to the 10th century, curialis or littera Romana, and the related Ravenna chancery script were highly exaggerated calligraphic scripts with long ascenders and descenders, loops and ligatures; very impressive but not highly legible.
Merovingian chancery script was employed in the writing office of the early Frankish kings.
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 Who is the Merovingian? (Matrix Forum)
Merovingian is a bloodline of French royalty said to be from the bloodline of Jesus.
In human history, Merovingian is a line of Kings descendant from of the original bloodline of the true king of Jerusalem, the Son of David.
Merovingian has this power because it was to be the original Matrix, a first or earlier version.
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 Merovingian Mythos: Its Symbolic Significance and its Roots in the Ancient Kingdom of Atlantis
The Frankish King Dagobert II, and the Merovingian dynasty from which he came, have been romantically mythologized in the annals of both local legend and modern mystical pseudo-history, but few have understood the true meaning and origins of their alluring mystery.
That the Merovingian bloodline came from elsewhere is clear because of the legend that surrounds their founder, King Merovee, who is said to have been the spawn of a "Quinotaur," a giant fish or a sea monster, who raped his mother when she went out to swim in the ocean.
You see, since the time of the Merovingian King Clovis I, the Merovingian Kings had been under a pact with the Vatican, in which they had pledged their allegiance to the Mother Church in exchange for Papal backing of the their united Empire of Austrasia.
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