Scope Of Chapter 38
Fall In The West — from 'The History Of The Decline And Fall Of The Roman Empire' by Edward Gibbon

Barbarian Rule
Reign and Conversion of Clovis —His Victories over the Alemanni, Burgundians, and Visigoths—Establishment of the French Monarchy in Gaul—Laws of the Barbarians — State of the Romans —The Visigoths of Spain —Conquest of Britain by the Saxons— The Revolution of Gaul
476-485 Euric, King of the Visigoths
481-511 Clovis, King of the Franks
486His Victory over Syagrius
496Defeat and Submission of the Alemanni
496 Conversion of Clovis
Submission of the Armoricans and the Roman Troops
499 The Burgundian War
500 Victory of Clovis
532 Final Conquest of Burgundy by the Franks
507 The Gothic War— Victory of Clovis
508Conquest of Aquitain by the Franks
510 Consulship of Clovis
536 Final Establishment of the French Monarchy in Gaul; Political Controversy; Laws of the Barbarians; ; Pecuniary Fines for Homicide; Judgments of God; Judicial Combats; Division of Lands by the Barbarians; Domain and Benefices of the Merovingians; Private Usurpations; Personal Servitude; Example of Auvergne; Story of Attalus; Privileges of the Romans of Gaul; Anarchy of the Franks; The Visigoths of Spain; Legislative Assemblies of Spain; Code of the Visigoths; Revolution of Britain
499 Descent of the Saxons

Establishment of the Saxon Heptarchy; State of the Britons ; Their Resistance— Their Flight; The Fame of Arthur; Desolation of Britain; Servitude of the Britons; Manners of the Britons; Obscure or fabulous State of Britain; Fall of the Roman Empire in the West
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