Readers will probably be aware that i am fantastically interested in the Visigoths and their history - and their legends. The particular legends i am fascinated by are the burial of Alaric the Great (the Great Roman - why not?) and the associated treasure of the Visigoths. To that end I found a Virtual Visigoth Museum and am sure some here will find this interesting. You can see more HERE. In one image [on the site] they show the ruins of the Palace of the Visigothic kings at Toulouse! I wasn't even aware they had found the Palace! Find below a video of the Kingdom of Toulouse and its Palace of the Visigoths!
A Concise History of Rennes-le-Château in the Languedoc continues HERE written by By Paul Saussez.
Once again, my sincere thanks to Paul.
My friend Gino obtained permission to make copies from microfilm of this 12th century manuscript of 'The life of Saint Arbogast'' from the Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana. He said "For brevity I highlighted the parts that will translate into comment. According to this document, the fact that Dagobert II may have had a son (of which, however, he is not named) was absolutely plausible. This doesn't mean that this was Sigebert IV nor that he survived his father. This is mentioned [Dagobert II] EC confirms a note of life itself in "Patrologiae Cursus Completus" tomus CXXXIV (printed in 1853) where it reads "hujus Dagobertum nominis secundum intelligere debemus".
With thanks to Gino for being able to reproduce this.
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My name is Sandy Hamblett, inspired and passionate researcher of the mysteries at Rennes-les-Bains.