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  • n. Plural form of Merovingian.

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Examples

  • Merovingians from the great Maroboduus; and he has clearly proved, that the prince, who gave his name to the first race, was more ancient than the father of Childeric.

    The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

  • The controversy over the origins of a line of kings, called the Merovingians, who claimed their bloodline through the child of Mary and Jesus resurfaced in the 21st century.

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  • The Merovingians are a historically-proven group of people who have been theorized to be the ‘lost’ descendants of Christ.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • That ornamentation, composed of interlacings and conventional floral motives, dry and metallic, which was adopted at Byzantium, where it very soon destroyed the last vestiges of Roman art, also appears on the most ancient monuments of the Sclavs, and even on objects that in France are attributed to the Merovingians, that is to say, the Franks who came from the shores of the Baltic.

    Russia As Seen and Described by Famous Writers

  • This family was known as the Merovingians, from the name of one of its members, to whom national tradition had ascribed a sea-god as ancestor.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI

  • It was from Merovæus that the line of French kings known as Merovingians received their name.

    The Story of Eclipses

  • He is a direct descendant of the "13th Illuminati Bloodline" known as the Merovingians, which Cohen believes to be the spawn of the devil; and his Welsh home, Llwyn-y-Wermod, translates as Wormwood Grove which, according to Cohen, is significant because the Bible mentions Wormwood as the way the world will end.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • He seems blissfully unaware that these rulers of France in the Dark Ages didn't speak French but rather Frankish, a Germanic language akin to Dutch and weren't called "Merovingians" in their own era.

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  • Now they say that sleeping with cell phones is supposed to give your heirs bizarre genetic defects not seen since the fall of the Merovingians.

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  • In France, during the Dark Ages, the feeble Merovingians were completely dominated by mayors of the palace until one of them (Pepin, father of Charlemagne) seized power and became king in name as well in fact.

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