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Collapse and Renewal in Medieval Europe History 101 March 15, 2010
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Collapse and Renewal in Medieval Europe The Carolingians The Carolingian Empire Collapse After Charlemagne Vikings and Magyars
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The Carolingians Maior domus for Merovingian kings in Austrasia division of Merovingian Francia, 511 Clovis I, king of the Franks, r. 481-511 Pippin of Heristal, r. 680-714 control over Neustria and Burgundy, 687 Charles Martel, r. 714-741 Muslim conquest of Visigothic Iberia, 711 Al-Andalus Battle of Tours-Poitiers, 732 Pippin III, “the Short,” r. 741-768 the Franco-Papal Alliance, 751 How did the bishop of Rome become “the pope”? Pope Zacharias (r. 741-752) and the Lombards (“Langobards”) anointed king of the Franks, 751
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The Carolingian Empire Charlemagne, r. 768-814 Karolus Magnus Military campaigns and consolidation Saxony and Lombard Italy Government and administration Aachen, a “new Rome”
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