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    Charlemagne Achievements

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    Charlemagne, known as Charles the Great or King of the Franks, was a strong leader who united Western Europe through his military power. His major goals or achievements were the Carolingian Empire, Saxons War, and establishing centralized imperial rule. I consider that Charlemagne is a good leader and will go down in history. The first of Charlemagne’s accomplishments was the Carolingian Empire. Charles the Great ruled after his father Charles Martel. Charlemagne built a court and capital at…

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    ” Additionally, the document even includes relics of people who willingly surrendered to Charlemagne’s rule, such as some barbarous German tribes between the Rhine and the Vistula. Ultimately, Charlemagne's tenacious conquests largely expanded the Frank kingdom. Moreover, Charlemagne’s ennobled status as a Christian warrior was enhanced when the document recalled his friendly relations with several king and nations, stating that Charles’ altruism caused the kings of the Scots to refer to him as…

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    this era is known as the Medieval era and the early middle ages. The Social part of the era incorporate the raise of monasteries, and the rise of the Charlemagne. Charlemagne’s was an early version of Feudalism, an empire that Charles King of the Franks saw as an opportunity to grow as himself to be the successor of the great Roman emperors. This period of time is known as the Carolingian era. Charles was known as the Great or Charlemagne. His empire had a reach of approximately three hundred…

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    France Informative Speech

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    Have you ever wondered what it would be like to go to France? Try all the delicious foods see all the amazing sights. I’m going to tell you all about it. First I’m going to tell you about the geography of France. France is the largest country in western Europe. It is made up of high mountain ranges that separate it from Spain, Italy, and Switzerland. And it’s a large flat plain with several rivers. The rivers were mostly navigable (maneuverable or crossable) and they are also wide and deep…

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    Charlemagne was a leader that not only to his kingdom, but he understood the outside world as well. He mainly looking towards at the other kingdoms and trying to understand what is making them thrive. He knew that other Kingdoms were paying a lot of attention towards education. He also notices that each kingdom had a specific location where they would store this texts therefore anyone can obtain knowledge Charlemagne had a long road ahead of him because his Kingdom did not have any locations of…

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    Charlemagne wanted Frankish monasteries to be centers of education, as a religious foundation they would teach Christian principle homogeneously and well-looked-after correctly for future generations to come. Though Charlemagne goal was to focus on Christian, biblical, and monastery topics, the teachings weren’t limited to those topics. Though he was somewhat literate, Charlemagne wanted to restore and correct biblical texts. According to Nesbitt, “In 789 he ordered a revision of the books of…

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    Education is what a person gets from attending school, college or a university. An education is what you retain from classes you take at any given school. Charlemagne the Great was born in 742 AD to 813 AD. He and his brother both inherited what is now modern day France from their father Pepin. After the fall of the Roman Empire in the late 5th century, Rome went through a time of dark ages as everything was in chaos. Along from gaining most of France he also gained wealth and a strong military…

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    Charlemagne was very significant for the emergence of medieval Europe. He was the one who claimed most of the land that is known as Europe today. His fought to keep the Christian faith the main religion of Europe, and Christianity is still practiced in most parts of Europe. In the end Charlemagne had created an empire that reached from the North Sea to the north, to Italy in the south, and from France all the way over to Vienna (Spielvogel 219). Charlemagne came to power when his father died in…

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    Christianity was a big influence on Western culture. Charlemagne was the king of the Franks and often credited for reconnecting Western Europe. When he came to power in 768 he managed to unite the Franks by fighting a common enemy. Charlemagne supported the Church throughout his life and his main focus was to spread and support Christianity. He battled many Pagan and Muslims for territories. But his biggest challenges was to convert the the Saxons. The Saxons were reluctant to convert to…

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    bubonic plague. The plague spread through fleas that were on rats on ships that carried cargo being traded. Warfare also weakened Europe as a whole causing it to change to a more rural and less populated place. People such as the Goths, Visigoths, Franks, Lombards, Angles, and Saxons also emerged as the dominant people in terms of literacy instead of the Romans. This is a big change because the Romans viewed those groups of Germanic people as barbarians. Romans also had kings and emperors while…

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