Radulf of Narbonne
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Radulf was a Frankish military chief or official imposed as count of Nimes by Pepin the Short after suppressing an anti-Frankish revolt in 754. The Gothic Septimanian uprising took place following the assassination of Ansemund, probably by order of the Frankish king.
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