Charlemagne also known as Charles the Great or Charles I (Frankish: *Karl), was
King of the Franks. He united a large ...
Dec 22, 2010 ... The Significance of the Coronation of Charlemagne. By Monica Fleener. Honours
BA Thesis, Western Oregon University, 2005. Introduction: ...
THE CORONATION OF CHARLEMAGNE. 800. The Roman Council of 800.
Annales Laureshamenses. Since the title of emperor had become extinct among
At the beginning of the ninth century, Charlemagne—already the master of
Western Europe—was crowned by a calculating Pope as the supreme sovereign
Nov 16, 2009 ... Charlemagne's biographer was keen to convey the impression that the king was
surprised by the coronation. It's probable that Charlemagne ...
Brief excerpt from Einhard's biography of Charlemagne discussing the coronation
of the Year 800.
Because of the importance of the coronation of Charlemagne, scholars have
devoted special attention to the subject. Many of the evaluations have been ...
Apr 20, 2009 ... On Christmas Day in 800 AD, Charlemagne became the emperor of Rome in a
coronation headed by none other than Pope Leo III. Learn more ...
It is hoped that the answers and the differences of opinion they reflect will help to
clarify the importance of the imperial coronation of Charlemagne and to ...
Pope Leo III crowned Charlemagne Emperor of the Romans on Christmas Day,
800. His coronation was the culmination of years of mutual support between ...