Clovis Baptême and it’s traces in the Gaul


Clovis's reinterpretation of important events at the beginning of the European Middle Ages, and of French history in particular, whether he was convinced of the Catholic faith or political benefits that Clovis sought after his accession to the Catholic Church, which exercised the greater role in his public conversion to this faith, He managed to survive until the beginning of the modern European era, especially with the outbreak of the French Revolution, and contributed to the transformation of the Christian religion in Europe from the dominance of the Arius doctrine among its rulers to the Catholic doctrine as the official religion of European kings.