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  1. Tojat says:
    The Twelve Paladins of Charlemagne (シャルルマーニュ十二勇士, Sharurumānyu Jūni Yūshi) are the group of knights serving under Charlemagne, also known as Charles the Great, who were only selected from the most excellent of candidates. They are a group of knights similar to the Knights of the Round Table of King Arthur, and their exact numbers and members differ depending upon.
  2. JoJogal says:
    2) created a carolingian "Civil Service" 3) issued capitularies to disseminate orders and established the Missi Dominici (inspect terms to ensure all orders are obeyed) 4) established common currency 5) *professionalized the army, made it a standing army* then made it garrison.
  3. Dounos says:
    Jan 19,  · R.I.P. Walter Becker - Since it's not easy to find on YouTube, I uploaded one of Steely Dan's best for your (and my) convenience. I'm 19 .
  4. Bram says:
    Start studying WH Charlemagne's Empire. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
  5. Gujinn says:
    Charlemagne himself was the key to his own success. He himself was a charismatic man, with an incredible amount of vital energy, and a desire to do well. An example of this was that he studied a lot, and made "heroic efforts" to learn to write, according to Einhard, his biographer.
  6. Nicage says:
    As Charlemagne expanded his empire, he faced the challenge of how to successfully manage and rule over this territory. There were ethnic, linguistic, and legal differences in distant parts of the.
  7. Zolojar says:
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  8. Zoloshakar says:
    Charlemagne - Charlemagne - Emperor of the Romans: Charlemagne’s prodigious range of activities during the first 30 years of his reign were prelude to what some contemporaries and many later observers viewed as the culminating event of his reign: his coronation as Roman emperor. In considerable part, that event was the consequence of an idea shaped by the interpretation given to Charlemagne.
  9. JoJolkis says:
    Was Charlemagne a Hero or a Villain? by Anthony DelVecchio Hero or Villian? Although Charlemagne has done many great things, in my opinion, the bad overweighs the good. I think Charlemagne is a villian. He ordered the deaths of many people, and forced another society to convert.

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