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By Hans-Werner Goetz;J??rg Jarnut;Walter Pohl

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An exam of the connection among gens and regnum by means of systematically evaluating the ''Germanic'' and non-Germanic successor states of the Roman Empire. this query results in key effects concerning the function of ethnic procedures and political advancements within the formation of the hot kingdoms.

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Haubrichs and J. Jarnut, Ergänzungsbände zum Reallexikon der Germanischen Altertumskunde 16 (Berlin-New York 1997) pp. 58–83.  LEGES BARBARORUM 33 prise that these men should envisage themselves as “barbarian”, or should set out to distinguish their law from that of Rome. We may reasonably conclude that what Clovis and the other authors of Lex Salica sought to do was to assert the “respectability” of their own traditions as against not only those of the empire but also of their Visigothic and Burgundian rivals for the control of Gaul.

53 Lex Vis. 2,1,10; cf. 2,1,3,5. D. King, “King Chindasvind and the First Territorial Law-code of the Visigothic Kingdom”, Visigothic Spain: New Approaches, ed. E. James (Oxford 1980) pp. 131–57. The code was again revised by Erwig (681); an indication of multi-cultural Visigoth realities is that the very last law, Lex Vis. 6,1,3 on the cauldron ordeal (Witiza, 698–710), sounds the least ambiguously “Germanic” note in the whole code. 54 The first anti-Jewish law was Reccared’s own and much influenced by Roman example, Lex Vis.

523–4. 37 A conclusion that bears out that of M. ”, Nomen et gens. Zur historischen Aussagekraft frühmittelalterlicher Personennamen, ed. D. Geuenich, W. Haubrichs and J. Jarnut, Ergänzungsbände zum Reallexikon der Germanischen Altertumskunde 16 (Berlin-New York 1997) pp. 58–83.  LEGES BARBARORUM 33 prise that these men should envisage themselves as “barbarian”, or should set out to distinguish their law from that of Rome. We may reasonably conclude that what Clovis and the other authors of Lex Salica sought to do was to assert the “respectability” of their own traditions as against not only those of the empire but also of their Visigothic and Burgundian rivals for the control of Gaul.

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