Carolingian Reform - 10/11/07 Names, Terms, Dates Einhardt,...

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10/11/07 Names, Terms, Dates Einhardt, Life of Charlemagne Suetonius, Life of the Emperor Augustus Aachen San Vitale, Ravenna General Admonition 789 Captitulary Concerning Saxons 790 Council against Adoptionism 792 Alcuin Carolingian miniscule Dhuoda Oaths of Strasbourg 842 Outline A Christian Order Rule Learning Liturgy The Monastery Benedictine Rule Scriptoria The Use of Latin in a World of Vernaculars Oaths of Strasbourg: Charles the Bald and Louis the German A Christian Order Charlemagne reforms according to Old Roman Empire o Created capital at Aachen o Uses Theodoric equestrian statue to represent imperial rule o Created Palatine Chapel at Aachen based on San Vitale Mural with Maximianus shows Justinian in communion with Maximianus Charlemagne sees Old Testament kings as models for his rule (King David, especially) o They are superior to Romans because they are also heirs to Christian biblical kings
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2008 for the course HIST 110 taught by Professor Hughes during the Fall '07 term at University of Michigan.

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