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The main result of this article states that the Galois representation attached to a Hilbert modular eigenform defined over
of parallel weight 1 and level prime to
is unramified above
. This includes the important case of eigenforms that do not lift to Hilbert modular forms in characteristic 0 of parallel weight 1. The proof is based on the observation that parallel weight 1 forms in characteristic
embed into the ordinary part of parallel weight
forms in two different ways per prime dividing
, namely via ‘partial’ Frobenius operators.
The aim of this chapter is to explain how one can obtain information regarding the membership of a classical weight one eigenform in a Hida family from the geometry of the Eigencurve at the corresponding point. We show, in passing, that all classical members of a Hida family, including those of weight one, share the same local type at all primes dividing the level.
Classical weight one eigenforms occupy a special place in the correspondence between Automorphic Forms and Galois Representations since they yield two dimensional Artin representations with odd determinant. The construction of those representations by Deligne and Serre  uses congruences with modular forms of higher weight. The systematic study of congruences between modular forms has culminated in the construction of the p-adic Eigencurve by Coleman and Mazur . A p-stabilized classical weight one eigenform corresponds then to a point on the ordinary component of the Eigencurve, which is closely related to Hida theory.
An important result of Hida  states that an ordinary cuspform of weight at least two is a specialization of a unique, up to Galois conjugacy, primitive Hida family. Geometrically this translates into the smoothness of the Eigencurve at that point (in fact, Hida proves more, namely that the map to the weight space is etale at that point). Whereas Hida's result continues to hold at all non-critical classical points of weight two or more , there are examples where this fails in weight one .
Let ρ be a two-dimensional modulo p representation of the absolute Galois group of a totally real number field. Under the assumptions that ρ has a large image and admits a low-weight crystalline modular deformation we show that any low-weight crystalline deformation of ρ unramified outside a finite set of primes will be modular. We follow the approach of Wiles as generalized by Fujiwara. The main new ingredient is an Ihara-type lemma for the local component at ρ of the middle degree cohomology of a Hilbert modular variety. As an application we relate the algebraic p-part of the value at one of the adjoint L-function associated with a Hilbert modular newform to the cardinality of the corresponding Selmer group.
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