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Contemporary effigy of Dagobert from a gold triens
Contemporary effigy of Dagobert from a gold triens
"Throne of Dagobert", bronze. The base, formed by a curule chair, is traditionally attributed to Dagobert, while the arms and the back of the chair we
"Throne of Dagobert", bronze. The base, formed by a curule chair, is traditionally attributed to Dagobert, while the arms and the back of the chair were added under Charles the Bald. This throne was last used by Napoleon I in 1804 when he created the Légion d'Honneur.
Detail of Dagobert's tomb, thirteenth century
Detail of Dagobert's tomb, thirteenth century
Dagobert's tomb at Saint-Denis, remade in the thirteenth century
Dagobert's tomb at Saint-Denis, remade in the thirteenth century
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Ancient Basilica of Saint-Pierre-aux-Nonnains from the 4th century in Metz, capital of the kingdom of Austrasia
Ancient Basilica of Saint-Pierre-aux-Nonnains from the 4th century in Metz, capital of the kingdom of Austrasia