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This index presents a list of terms and concepts relevant to the study of the military in Early Christian Gaul. The external pressure imposed on the Roman borders before the fifth century in the form of small to large-scale hostilities resulted in the adaptation of military structures to cope with the problem. With the continuous spreading and assimilation of Christian beliefs and values throughout north-western Europe, genuinely Christian ideas and conceptions were adapted to contemporary ways of understanding the world.

Keywords: Christian beliefs; Early Christian Gaul; military; Roman

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