An imbalance in the diet was of largely social in nature and is more quantitative than qualitative. Certificates of health and well-being were considered the completeness and good appetite, feasts and banquets. "I do not deserve to rule us one who is content with meager meal," - said the Archbishop of Metz allegedly Duke of Spoleto, when he came to claim the crown of king of the Franks. Noble praised military elite abundance. In the popular imaginary world of his country was the equivalent of Kokanee.