[ US /ˈʃɑɹɫəˌmeɪn/ ]
  1. king of the Franks and Holy Roman Emperor; conqueror of the Lombards and Saxons (742-814)
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  • Charlemagne's numerous capitularies (law codes, relating particularly to landholding) contain instructions to his officials to plant vines.
  • Charlemagne had established a strong body of troops under a commander who was called a margrave; and for some centuries this city, commanding the Danube, had been deemed one of the strongest defenses of the empire against Mohammedan invasion. The Empire of Austria; Its Rise and Present Power
  • The crown of Charlemagne, brilliant with rubies, sapphires and emeralds, adorned with four flowers-de-luce, which the The Life of Joan of Arc, Vol. 1 and 2
  • But while in the work of Dionysius the collection of conciliary canons remained unchanged, that of the decretals was successively increased; it continued to incorporate letters of the different popes till about the middle of the eighth century when Adrian I gave (774) the collection of Dionysius to the future Emperor Charlemagne as the canonical book of the Roman Church. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy
  • One author tries to link the oriflamme to Charlemagne's lance and through it all the way back to Constantine's labarum, which was taken from a pagan sanctuary located near modern Saint-Denis. L'Oriflamme
  • On the other hand, it was certainly fostered by Charlemagne himself, without whom it would scarcely have happened.
  • These military successes owed much to Charlemagne's ability as a strategist and a diplomat.
  • Historians have not settled on a good name for the centuries between Diocletian and Charlemagne, but this phrase is at least serviceable.
  • This time they make their way to the land of the franks and to Charlemagne court, visiting a muddy and still village-like Paris of 800 AD and the glittering Aix la Chapelle aka Aachen the glittering capital Liviu's Anticipated Novels of 2010 - collated post to be referred to and updated frequently as books come
  • At a time when the court of Rome believed itself deficient in titles, it pretended that Charlemagne had confirmed the donation of the exarchate, and that he added to it Sicily, Venice, Benevento, A Philosophical Dictionary
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