Austrasia


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Aus·tra·sia

 (ô-strā′zhə)
The eastern portion of the kingdom of the Franks from the sixth to the eighth century, including parts of eastern France, western Germany, and the Low Countries. It eventually became part of the Carolingian empire.

Aus·tra′sian adj. & n.

Austrasia

(ɒˈstreɪʒə; -ʃə)
n
1. (Placename) the eastern region of the kingdom of the Merovingian Franks that had its capital at Metz and lasted from 511 ad until 814 ad. It covered the area now comprising NE France, Belgium, and western Germany
2. (Historical Terms) the eastern region of the kingdom of the Merovingian Franks that had its capital at Metz and lasted from 511 ad until 814 ad. It covered the area now comprising NE France, Belgium, and western Germany

Aus•tra•sia

(ɔˈstreɪ ʒə, -ʃə)

n.
the E part of the kingdom of the Franks of the 6th–8th centuries, composed of what is now NE France, W Germany, and Belgium.
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Cuando el anonimo autor de la Cronica mozarabe del 754 narraba con todo el lujo de detalles de que era capaz la batalla de Poitiers, que enfrento a las tropas de Carlos Martel, mayordomo de Austrasia, con el ejercito de 'Abd al-Rahman al Gafiqi, no dudaba en calificar a los ultrapirenaicos de europenses.
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At the Roman Council, Boniface asks the pope to order dux Carloman, who governed Austrasia, to take the heretic Clemens into custody.
En 563, habiendo concluido su formacion, bajo la guia del obispo Nicetio de Lyon, tio de su madre, se hizo ordenar diacono y, diez anos despues, a los 34 de edad, fue designado por el rey Sigeberto I de Austrasia (561-575) y su esposa Brunequilda, para suceder a su primo materno Eufronio en la sede de Tours, una de las mas prestigiosas de la Galia (100).