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The Frankish Kingdom was seen as a great military power in the time of Clovis Early medieval Europe was primarily under the control of the Roman Empire Syagrius the king of the Romans and his son Aegidius were living in the city of Soisson when Clovis decided to show off his military excellence Clovis marched against Syagrius and eventually defeated him by disposing of his army and forcing him to flee the area Syagrius fled to the kingdom of Aralic In another show of his power Clovis scarred Aralic into giving Syagrius up or he would be marched on as well Out of fear Sygrius was given up to Clovis and secretly killed This was the beginning of the power and respect that was to come for Clovis Clovis did not believe in Jesus as being a true god His mind would change in the near future He married a woman who was a believer in the Christian religion The way he would be converted to the Christian religion was very fitting for this military leader Clovis wife would try to convince him that the Christian religion is the one for him He would not change his mind until he was on the battlefield He was in the middle of a conflict with a man named Alamanni and his army Clovis troops were being annihilated so he would ask Jesus for help in exchange for his faith He looked to Jesus to help him survive this battle If he would survive he would hold the god of his wife as the same holy god for himself and would be faithful to the lord As Clovis asked for the aid of the lord Alamanni retreated and soon after was killed In this event Alamannis troops surrendered and Clovis was then victorious After this Clovis kept his word and converted to the Christian faith Along with himself three thousand of Clovis followers were baptized on
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