Frank History


Through-out the ancient greco-roman Punic Wars blond Samniites invaded Rome and by Julius Caesar defeated the Latin, Umbrians and Campanians with the death of Pompeii Tarquin.  Augustus built arenas at Cisalpine and Transalpine Gaul so to throw Latin, celtic and galic slaves to gladiators.


In 8 A.D., Tiberius Caesar exiled the remaining Latin to the east bank of the German Rhine River where they regrouped as Sicambrian-Franks named for the northern Italian town of Sicambria.  There Germanics chased them to east Netherlands known as Saland so they once again regrouped as Salian-Franks.  Those who merged with the Tribe of Benjamin and remained Catholic and Roman under Constantine became Occidental-Franks of the western tribe and those who were unfaithful Aryans went to the eastern tribe of Ripuarians.


Under Childebert the Salian-Franks defeated the sub-Roman Frank-Soissons of northern Gaul and then conquered the eastern Ripuarians. Childebert wrote the Frank Consisitution Lex Salica for all Franks.  This was recorded by St. Gregoire in his work History of Franks.


Franks are Umbrians, Etruscan-Latin and Frank-Campanians of ancient Italy and so are Cro-Magnum not Neanderthal.



Norman History


Holy Roman emperor Charlemagne sent the Frank army to New Foundland and Norway so to assert that what belongs to Norwegian King Erik the Red belongs to Charlemagne.  The Frank laws for New Foundland were made in 800 A.D. and are still on the British-Boston Common Law for territory as far south as Vinland in what is now present-day Michigan and including Iceland, Greenland and Labrador Islands.  These Franks became vice-roys which means vice-kings and so vi-kings.  Norwegians made contre-attacks to northwest France and so the Frank king made for the vice-roy Rollo the barrone-de-Normandie so he could control the situation of Norwegian rebelling.  The Norman barons became very powerful during the crusades and obtained many crowns for Éspange, Sicilie, Albanie, Armenie, Jerusalem and Tunis, however they committed treason by allowing religious freedom and by merging with the Mongol Horde of Khubla Khan who altogether conquered Italy and Hohenstauffen Germany.


The Norman-Swabian king of Sicilie was named western emperor Frederick II after he took Arles on the southeast coast of France.  His son Conrad, however, was executed by Charles d'Anjou frére de Roi-des-Francs St. Louis.  All the Normans were executed in a biblical manner, chained to the walls and gates.  After the conspiracy of the Night of the Vespars, the mafia was formed for the Palermo riot cry in memory of a girl named Fia who's mother saw her raped by the Count's guards.  The Pope then withheld the crown from Charles d'Anjou because of his cruel rule and instead gave it to Spanish King Pédro de Aragona.  Spain still today rules Empire 2 Sicilies and some royalty still has Normand blood such as the royal house of Hapsbourg however there are no longer Normans in existence.



Frank History of Early England


The English realms of Northumbria, Mercia and East Anglia were founded by Frank-Angevin, hence the name Angleterre which became England.


All these realms became filled with Saxons, Jutes, Norwegians and Danish who warred each other and made Danish Dublin, West Sax, which later became Wessex and Middle Sax, which became Middlesex. The lineage of English kings named Plantagenet are from Anjou, their name meaning 'little broom straw from Anjou'. At the death of Plantagenet king Édouard le Confésseur the throne was

stolen from his son by Guillaume LeBatard Dûc-de-Normandie renown nowadays as William of Normandy. The great great grandson of Guillaume LeBatard was Richard Coeur-de-lion also known as Richard the Lionheart who ruled as English

king and who argued and caused trouble so was abandoned during the first crusade to Jerusalem organized by Frank king Phillippe Auguste at the Conseil-de-Clermont. The brother of Richard Côeur-de-lion was John Lackland, named so because he challenged Frank king Phillippe Auguste and lost all his land. By force from the Anglo-Norman barons loyal to France John Lackland had to sign his own suppression under the Magna Carte. It is all chronicled in the first English book The Canterbury Tails.



History of Dynasties of Frank Kings


The dynasties of Frank Kings begin with the Merovingians who claimed

they were the remnants of the tribe of Benjamin who fled the Crucifixion and are of the lineage of King David so are true kings.


When their rule became weak the Pope transferred the crown to Caroligian major-domo of the Royal Palace of Frank-Nuestria Pepin LeBref because he had helped defend the Vatican against the Frank-Lombards and had given the Pope lands that became the Papal States.  His son Charles Martel repulsed a attempted Islamic invasion to Poitiers at west France and then after joined the Spanish Reconquista. His sons Carloman and Charlemagne ruled together until Carloman's death.


For helping the Pope against the Lombards Charlemagne was crowned Holy Roman Emperor on Christmas day 800a.d. He had 10 wives and divided his empire between his sons; Louis received France, Ludwig Germany and Ludovico had Italy. The sons of Louis and Ludwig warred for each others claims so the Caroligian dynasty was disposed of and the crown given to Hughe Capet whose lineage is from Robert the Strong. His ascendants include Phillippe Auguste, St. Louis and Phillip LeBel. The branches of Valois and Bourbon are Capetians. Francois Ier was a Valois and the Bourbons are kings still ruling today.


Charlemagne revised the Frank constitution into Latin, his revision is named Lex Salica Karolina.





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