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    If a ruler is judged on imperial results, then Charlemagne, or Charles the Great (742-814), deserved to be called, or to call himself, "emperor of all peoples," although he was actually referred to...

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    Charlemagne is the name that is now used to refer to Charles I or Charles the Great. He was the first Holy Roman Emperor and the first man to unite all of Western Europe under one ruler since the...

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    The most important accomplishments of Charlemagne's rule were his expansion of what came to be called the Carolingian Empire and his efforts to make improvements within that empire. Charlemagne...

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    The main accomplishment of Charlemagne was his expansion of the Carolingian Empire. As emperor, Charlemagne took many new areas into the empire. Notably, these included all of Northern Italy and...

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    Charlemagne mostly enlarged his empire through military conquest, most notably through a long and successful series of campaigns against the Saxons, and his conquest of Bavaria. From an...

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    The coronation of Charles gave the Pope the power to excommunicate any person who refused to bear arms in any cause of Charles, thereby in effect giving the Vatican control over all the armies of...

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