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    The study of the Carolingians can sometimes be daunting based on the vast amount of sources, different languages used in the secondary sources, and the numerous arguments presented. That being said, this work looks at the way the church influenced the monarchy, specifically through the use of the Speculum Principum, followed with a chapter viewing if those ideas made an impact upon King Louis the Pious. The Carolingians were a product of their own demise. By gifting too much power to the church,…

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    In addition to Charlemagne’s oration skills, Einhard also conveys how Charlemagne established what’s known as the Carolingian Renaissance– a rebirth of Roman patronage and affinity towards learning and literacy in the Frankish Empire. Having received scholarly guidance from a number of wise mentors, Charlemagne first manifests his devotion to education in his children, who he believed “should be educated, first in the liberal arts, which he himself had studied.” From his children onward,…

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    Charles “the Great” was the name he was called. He was Charlemagne Charles “the Great.” Charlemagne was not only the King of the Franks, he also declared himself the King of the Lombards, and he was crowned Emperor of the Romans. Charlemagne was a Frank. He was a german-speaking invader of Rome. His crowning was a way for the Pope to unite Christian, Germans and Romans traditions: “This crowning of the ‘German ruler’ as an emperor represents the merging of German christian and Roman traditions…

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    ruler of the entire kingdom (Charlemagne biography). Charlemagne attempted to create unity and harmony within his vast realm and to support laws and promote learning that would achieve his goals of the empire (Charlemagne biography). He ruled over the Franks. He was a good…

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    Charlemagne The Great I think that Charlemagne deserves to be called great because of the following reasons. First of all, Charlemagne helped children learn things that some of the adults didn't even know such as reading and writing. Secondly, Charlemagne was equal to all genders and that's saying something because back then because girls were discriminated. Being equal by judging was difficult because if you were to have friends or family you would always have wanted them to be treated…

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    He was a ruler during the Renaissance. He is also called Charles V before he became ruler. I will tell you all about his life. Charles I during the Renaissance; he became ruler, during ruling, and withdrawing from ruling. Charles was the son of Philip I (the Handsome), king of Castile, and Joan the Mad. He was born in the Flemish city of Ghent. He was raised be his paternal aunt Margaret of Austria, regent of the Netherlands when his father died. His tutor’s names were Chamberlain Guillaume de…

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    once by the archbishop of Mainz, and a second time by Pope Stephan II. Pepin was the first of the Carolingians to be king of the Franks. When Pepin dies, he passed the power on to Charlemagne.…

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    inflicted upon the Jews, is the major theme of the diary. Anne Frank, the young teenage girl who writes the diary, experiences the pain of war first-hand. In order to try and escape the Nazi extermination of Jewish people, her family and the Van Daans go into hiding in Amsterdam, Holland. In spite of their efforts to save themselves, all of the Franks and Van Daans are captured and sent to a concentration camp. Only Otto Frank survives the ordeal. The pain of adolescence is a second…

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    In her diary, Anne Frank famously wrote, “In spite of everything, I still believe people are good at heart.” Why would she say that when all of these terrible things are happening in her family? What was going through her head when she wrote this? Who was she talking about? Anne Frank had a lot going through her mind while she was in hiding. She had no one to talk to, so she held in all of her thoughts to herself. Anne showed huge amounts of courage along with positivity. Throughout her whole…

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    murdered. Out of the countless people that attempted to escape Nazi oppression, the story of Otto Frank and his wife, Edith Frank along with their two daughters, Anne and Margot has spread awareness of the victims of the Holocaust. The Diary of Anne Frank is a prominent recollection of the experiences that go in depth of how their life was and the interconnections between the characters. Mr. And Mrs. Frank are both the beloved parents in the Annex, though their traits and behavior differ, it…

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