Charles Martel (A.D. 688-741) consolidated Frankish power in his region, halted the advance of Muslim armies into Western Europe, laid the groundwork for a new Frankish dynasty and...
Charles Martel was a Frankish ruler whose military successes were a foundation of the Carolingian dynasty, who ruled what is now France until the tenth century. The illegitimate son of Mayor of the Palace Pepin of Herstal, Charles endured imprisonment at...
October 22, 741
Charles Martel (c. 688 or 686, 680 – 22 October 741) was a Frankish statesman
and military leader who, as Duke and Prince of the Franks and Mayor of the ...
Charles Martel, Latin Carolus Martellus, German Karl Martell (born c. 688—died
Oct. 22, 741, Quierzy-sur-Oise [France]), mayor of the palace of Austrasia (the ...
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Charles Martel was the leader of the Frankish army at the Battle of Tours in 732,
and played a key role in turning back the Muslim invasions of Europe. Charles ...
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Franks, led by Charles Martel. Estimates of the Frankish army defending Gaul
vary, but by most accounts were between 15,000 and 75,000. Losses according
Henry the Second. Charles Martel, 714-741 A.D. and Pepin, 741-768 A.D.. I. After
the death of Mohammed the Saracens, as Mohammedans are also called, ...
Jan 7, 2014 ... The dramatic story of Charles Martel, grandfather of Charles the Great, who
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