Clovis I was a Germanic tribal leader who is considered the founder of the medieval kingdom of France. He rose from a relatively minor ruler in northern Gaul to become the most powerful leader in what is now the modern nation of France.
Clovis laid the foundation of the Merovingian dynasty the ruled Medieval France for hundreds of years after his death. Through brutal conquest and skilled diplomacy, he is remembered as one of the most powerful rulers in post-Roman Western Europe.
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