King Childeric I , reigns supreme over the region of Tournai, capital of Gaul. A Germanic wreck established in imperial territory and linked to Rome for a federated contract, Childeric was one of those who helped the Roman troops to fight against the invaders of northern and central Gaulle. He died at Tournai in 481. His son Clovis succeeded him. He had seen, before dying, the last Roman emperor of the West.
- The Franks , were pagans, and their occupation was often brutal (vis-à-vis Christianity), sparing neither churches nor clerics. But the baptism of Clovis, king of the Salian Francs, by the bishop Rémi de Reims (at the Christmas of 496 or 506), followed by that of a large number of his warriors, completely changed the situation. It earned the king franc the favor of the Gallo-Roman Catholics of his kingdom, while having a great reverberation throughout Gaul and far beyond (the bishops of the Frankish kingdom and others from neighboring countries had been invited to the ceremony ). Bishop Avit of Vienna, though a faithful subject and advisor to the Burgundian kings, wrote him to congratulate him. This baptism was to have important consequences. Clovis had become the first Catholic king, the only Catholic ruler by the side of the emperor of Constantinople, legitimized by him. An imperial embassy brought him the clothes of an officially recognized king, and the Frankish kings fit perfectly into the hierarchical world of the Roman Empire, while being in fact independent. The Gallo-Roman aristocracy could henceforth be united by matrimonial alliances with the Frankish aristocracy, which assured the unity of the kingdom.
(extract of the psalm 72 associated to this generation, verses 1 to 8 )
- Concerning Solomon. O God, give Your judgments to a king and Your righteousness to a king’s son.
- May he judge Your people justly, and Your poor people with justice.
- Solomon addresses the kings of the new nations of the West and especially Clovis.
- May the mountains bear peace for the people, and the hills-through righteousness.
- The mountains generally represent nations. By associating the « hills » with them, Solomon generalizes his speech to all nations large or small.
- May he judge the poor of the people; may he save the children of the needy and crush the oppressor.
- Solomon hopes that these new kings will have the same sense of justice and show themselves right in particular towards his subjects who are among the least favored subjects of these new kingdoms.
- May they fear You in the presence of the sun and before the moon for generations upon generations.
- If the era associated with Solomon was for the Jewish people « during the day » and therefore under the sign of the sun, since this one entered the night of exile so under the sign of the moon. During this period when the Jewish people will be under the domination of the nations from generation to generation until dawn, Solomon hopes that through Christianity, the nations, by their love of God will be just to his people.
- May it descend as rain upon cut vegetation, as raindrops that drip upon the earth.
- May the righteous flourish in his days, and much peace until there is no moon.
- And may he reign from sea to sea, and from the river to the ends of the land.
- Solomon, in his wisdom, hopes that this expansion of Christianity will be at least for the world of nations, the possibility of getting closer to God.
- European science  began to take an interest in the Muslim religion and its origins in the early nineteenth century. Soon it became clear that one of his main sources of inspiration from the Koran was Judaism, whose trace is easily identifiable in lexicon, concepts, ritual practices or exemplary stories. The question then arose as to how the first Islam was influenced by Judaism. The Islamic sources we have today, composed more than two centuries after the events – which leads some scholars to reject them – suggest three types of answers:
- It is probably  Himyarite Judaism that has profoundly reshaped the mental and religious universe of Western Arabia during the 250 years preceding Islam. I recall the following facts:
(extract of the psalm 72 associated to this generation, verses 9 to 10 to 14 to 20 )
- May the desert tribes bow before him
- Allusion to the next outbreak of Islam that will turn the inhabitants of the Arabian desert into devout worshipers of God.
- and his enemies lick the dust.
- May the kings of Tarshish and the isles return tribute; may the kings of Sheba and Seba approach with a gift.
- Behind this enumeration lies all the actors of the blossoming of Islam. So if we equate the desert oases with islands, we find the Jewish communities who will participate in spite of them in the blossoming of Islam as well as Cheba and Seba evokes Ethiopia and Yemen. On one side is the Himyarite empire and the Abyssinian kingdom which will succeed it.
- And all kings will prostrate themselves to him; may all nations serve him.
- For he will save a needy one who cries out, and a poor one who has no helper.
- He will have pity on the poor and needy, and he will save the souls of the needy.
- From blows and from robbery he will redeem their soul, and their blood will be dear in his eyes.
- The appearance of Islam is a step forward for the world in the recognition of God and in the diffusion of the notions of generosity and sharing that will take over Islam and which are already essential values of Judaism.
- And may he live, and He will give him of the gold of Sheba, and may He pray for him constantly; all the days may He bless him.
- May there be an abundance of grain in the land, on the mountain peaks; may its fruit rustle like Lebanon, and they will blossom forth from the city like the grass of the earth.
- May his name be forever; before the sun, his name will be magnified, and [people] will bless themselves with him; all nations will praise him.
- Blessed is the Lord God, the God of Israel, Who performs wonders alone.
- And blessed is His glorious name forever, and His glory will fill the entire earth. Amen and amen.
- The prayers of David the son of Jesse are completed.
- Solomon (since he is the one who signs this psalm) in his wisdom concludes positively this psalm, because although the relations between Islam and the Jews are not tinged with pink, the appearance of this religion in addition to Christianity already installed complete the evolution of the peoples towards the recognition of the unique God and the assimilation of its values of justice.
 According to Marcel Le Glay: « ROME – II, grandeur and fall of the Empire / Chapter: « The barbarians and the fall of Rome » » (French: « ROME – II, grandeur et chute de l’Empire/Chapitre : « Les barbares et la chute de Rome » » (p. 876-877) ).
 Pierre Maraval / Christianity of Constantine to the Arab conquest / Chapter: « Christian expansion in the West » (French: « Le Christianisme de Constantin à la conquête arabe »/Chapitre : « L’expansion chrétienne en Occident » (p.147) ).
 Christian Julien Robin / Academy of inscriptions and beautiful letter: « Himyar and Israel » (year: 2004, volume 2, p 831/832). Accessible on http: //www.persee.fr . (French: « Académie des inscriptions et belle lettre : « Himyar et Israël » » (année : 2004, volume 2, p 831/832). Accessible sur http://www.persee.fr )
 Christian Julien Robin / Academy of inscriptions and beautiful letter: « Himyar and Israel » (year: 2004, volume 2, p 880). Accessible on http: //www.persee.fr . (French: « Académie des inscriptions et belle lettre : « Himyar et Israël » » (année : 2004, volume 2, p 880). Accessible sur http://www.persee.fr )