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Original articles from our library related to the Frankish. See Table of Contents for further available material (downloadable resources) on Frankish.
- Weyland the Smith
- Not British as such, he was imported by the Anglo-Saxons from the continent. He is known in Teutonic sources, Frankish sources, and in Scandinavia, where he is called Volund. The gist of his tale is that he loved a swan-maiden who lived with him for seven...
Deities & Heros >> Celtic, Welsh, Irish & Brittish
- I can't believe I'm now starting on the Second Aett of the Elder Futhark. Time is indeed flying by! Looks like this is a highly auspicious, or at least a very fitting time for me to write this article! While Hagalaz literally means "hail" as in ice...
Divination >> Rune Stones
Frankish is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Frankish books and related discussion.
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- Remote Origin of Frankish Foresters from 418 A
- Remote Origin of Frankish Foresters from 418 A.D. Pharamond - King of the Franks, ruled 418 - 430 in.
- Childeric I Frankish king †482 Chilperic II Burgundian king 474
- 474–? FRANKISH AND VISIGOTHIC KINGS. Clodomir.
- JO H N SH E P PA R D i n t e rv i ews Pat Frankish and asks her to
- 'IS the Society President a leader or a serva n t ? ' asks incoming Pre s i d e n t ,. Pat Frankish.
Suggested News Resources
- Frankish Phantoms: Echoes from the Carolingian Palaces unlocks a shared past
- This time, as part of an ongoing series of explorations called the Lost Songs Project, the singer looked into the the ninth-century court of the Emperor Charlemagne in the world premiere of Frankish Phantoms: Echoes from the Carolingian Palaces.
- Sad set finds light in the dark
- Only Sparrows shows Pyke often singing lower than we've heard him before, brings in a few historical references not commonly found in pop songs (Frankish kings alert) and draws on a time spent alone in New York kick-starting his muse.
- In a word: Gonfalon
- The word comes from the Frankish gundfano, "battle standard," and the Italian gonfalone. The Italian is particularly appropriate because such banners were the standards of some Italian republics. The person who bears the gonfalon is a gonfalonier.
- Ladiesâ€™ tennis teams are pushing for promotion
- The first team of Emily Hawkesworth, Sam Cook, Rachel Atkinson, Danielle Frankish, Jenny McGarel and Helen Cook missed out 4-5 against the Grimsby girls.
Suggested Web Resources
- Frankish - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation, search.
- Old Frankish - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Not to be confused with Old French.
- The Frankish kingdom
- The Frankish Kingdom. = Roman Empire = Frankish foederati.
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