Definition of Battle of tertry
1. Noun. A battle in France in 687 among the descendants of Clovis.
Generic synonyms: Pitched Battle
Geographical relationships: France, French Republic
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Literary usage of Battle of tertry
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1. A History of the Christian Church by Williston Walker (1918)
"... originally " mayors of the palace," which was accomplished when Pippin, called, not wholly correctly, of Heristal, won the battle of Tertry in 687. ..."
2. Europe in the Middle Age by Oliver Joseph Thatcher, Edgar Holmes McNeal (1920)
"His murder the next year caused a renewal of the strife, which ended in the victory of Pippin, a nephew of Grimoald, in the battle of Tertry (687). ..."