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No mention of the Jews was found from his reign to that of Pepin the Short.But in the Southern France, then known as Septimania and a dependency of the Visigothic kings of Spain, the Jews continued to dwell and to prosper.French Jewish communities are concentrated in the metropolitan areas of Paris, which has the largest population; Marseille, with the second-largest population of 70,000; Lyon, Nice, Strasbourg, and Toulouse. At the funeral of Hilary, Bishop of Arles, in 449, Jews and Christians mingled in crowds and wept, while the former sang psalms in Hebrew.The majority of French Jews in the 21st century are Sephardi and Mizrahi North African Jews, many of whom (or their parents) emigrated since the late 20th century from former French colonies of North Africa after those countries became independent. From the year 465 the Church took official cognizance of the Jews.Saint Agobard of Lyon (779-841) had many run-ins with the Jews of France.

Exchanges with the Orient strongly declined with the presence of Saracens in the Mediterranean sea.They migrated to France beginning in the late 20th century. In the sixth century, Jews were documented in Marseilles, Arles, Uzès, Narbonne, Clermont-Ferrand, Orléans, Paris, and Bordeaux.They span a range of religious affiliations, from the ultra-Orthodox Haredi communities to the large segment of Jews who are entirely secular and who commonly marry outside the Jewish community According to the Jewish Encyclopedia (1906), "The first settlements of Jews in Europe are obscure. These places were generally centers of Roman administration, and located on the great commercial routes. In harmony with the Theodosian code, and according to an edict of 331 aby the emperor Constantine, the Jews were organized for religious purposes as they were in the Roman empire.They probably remained under the Roman law until the triumph of Christianity, with the status established by Caracalla, on a footing of equality with their fellow citizens.Their association with fellow citizens was generally amicable, even after the establishment of Christianity in Gaul.Scholars such as Jeremy Cohen Lothar and Agobard's entreaties to Pope Gregory IV, gained them Papal support for the overthrow of Emperor Louis.