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Did the “giants” in these Chansons perhaps arise from the encounter between David and the giant Goliath?
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The myth made the astonishing assertion that the liquid used to consecrate Frankish kings was of divine origin.
A dove, the Christian symbol of the Holy Spirit, had allegedly delivered the Ampulla, or vial, of sacred liquid in its beak, when the bustling crowd at Clovis’ baptism had prevented the bearer of the baptismal oil from a timely arrival at the ceremony.
43-45): THE FRENCH TRADITION France developed by far the most sacred mythology around its kingship of all the kingdoms in western Europe, although the earliest known coronations occurred in Visigothic Spain and Ireland.Tim Ball on the CRU emails Pielke Senior: Comment On The Post “Enemies Caught In Action!” On The Blackboard Bishop Hill’s compendium of CRU email issues Spencer on elitism in the IPCC climate machine CRU Emails – search engine now online Release of CRU files forges a new hockey stick reconstruction Mike’s Nature Trick and the post that started it all…Through this myth the election of French kings was seen as the will of God. receives the credit for introducing the ritual of sacred anointing, or consecration, into the installation ceremony for French kings. As Patrick Simon has stated, Pepin’s innovation consisted of “legitimizing through a religious ceremony a power obtained by force …”. The union of king and clergy provided mutual benefit ….Furthermore, the continuity of their rule was guaranteed by an inexhaustible supply of anointing balm in the Holy Ampulla, which could anoint French kings to the end of time. An aura of prestige now surrounded the king, whom the pope called the “new David” ….