The Capitulary of Quierzy

By: Anavitarte, E. J.*

The Capitulary of Quierzy, or Carisiacenses, are a set of legal reforms promulgated during the Middle Ages (877) by Charles II of France, to ensure the stability of the kingdom.

These reforms are issued within the framework of the military campaigns that Carlos would undertake in Italy to support Pope John VIII, who had asked the Western kings for help after the Saracen sacking of Rome in 846.

In addition, the Treaty of Verdun (843) had recently been signed, creating the Kingdom of Western France, so it was necessary to undertake the creation of a framework that would allow its conservation.

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