Chlothar I. bei Gregor von Tours

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Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2006 im Fachbereich Geschichte Europa - and. Länder - Mittelalter, Frühe Neuzeit, Note: 3,0, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena (Historisches Institut), Veranstaltung: Proseminar: Mittelalter – Zwischen Rombezug und Barbarentum – Chlodwig I, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Chlothar I. wurde 498 bzw. 500 als jüngster Sohn von Chlodwig I. und Chrodechilde geboren. Er regierte das Frankenreich zunächst nach dem Tod seines Vaters 511 zusammen mit seinen drei Brüdern. Nach dem Tod aller seiner Brüder und Neffen 558 wurde er zum Alleinherrscher. Chlothar einte das Frankenreich und vergrößerte es um Burgund, Provence, Sachsen und Thüringen. In den Auseinandersetzungen mit seinen Brüdern, Neffen und eigenen aufständischen Söhnen, zeigte Chlothar die ganze Zügellosigkeit und Gewaltbereitschaft, die bis heute als kennzeichnend für die Merowinger gelten. Gregor von Tours , einer der bedeutendsten Geschichtsschreiber aus dem Frühmittelalter, berichtet uns von der Zeit der Frankenherrschaft in seinem Werk „Zehn Bücher Geschichte“. In dieser Abhandlung soll speziell Chlothars Geschichte aus der Sicht Gregors beschrieben werden und wie diese Sicht zu bewerten ist. Wichtig hierbei ist der heutige Forschungsarbeit und dessen Beurteilung Gregors, welche in die Abhandlung mit eingearbeitet ist. Zunächst werden die wichtigsten Quellenstellen über Chlothar I. herausgefiltert und interpretiert. Danach soll Gregors Werk etwas genauer betrachtet werden, wodurch die Argumentationsstruktur unterstrichen und erklärt werden soll, sowie die Interpretationsansätze. Abschließend wird genau auf die Argumentation eingegangen und die Abhandlung in ihren Kernpunkten zusammengefasst.
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Sep 1, 2010
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