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Transmission and adaptation of the Trojan narrative in Frankish history between the sixth and tenth centuries

  title={Transmission and adaptation of the Trojan narrative in Frankish history between the sixth and tenth centuries},
  author={Nurg{\"u}l Yavuz},
  • N. Yavuz
  • Published 1 September 2015
  • History
This study involves a close examination of the story of the Trojan origin of the Franks in the following works: the Chronicle of Fredegar, the Liber historiae Francorum, the Aethici philosophi Scythae cosmographia attributed to Saint Jerome, the Historia vel gesta Francorum, the Historia de origine Francorum attributed to Dares of Phrygia, the Chronicon universale usque ad annum 741, Paul the Deacon’s Liber de episcopis Mettensibus, Frechulf of Lisieux’s Historiarum libri XII, and Aimoin of… 
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