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Unformatted text preview: most effective military force of the time Effective but costly o Supported anglo-saxon missionaries (Boniface) who were trying to introduce on the continent the Roman form of Christianity o Charle’s support of the roman papacy was the ecclesiastal policy that proved most crucial to later carolingians • Battle of Tours—charles caught the attention of pope Gregory II after defeating the muslim force near Tours that had attempted to continue the northward expansion of Islam. Pg. 232 • Pippin III—charle’s son o Inherited power • Vassals • Caroline Minuscule • Carolingian Renaissance • Synods • Louis the Pious • Dipolmas • Capitularies • Utrecht Psalter • King Alfred • Vernacular • Vikings • Caliph • Treaty of Verdun • Lothair • Louis the German • Charles the Bald • Cluny...
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- Spring '08
- Middle Ages, Louis the Pious, Roman Empore, Key People/ Terms/Locations