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Matt Candler 4-14-11 H113 Dr . O’Connor Charlemagne Paper After reading, “Two Lives of Charlemagne”, written by Einhard and Notker The Stammerer, I’ve come to the conclusion that Charlemagne is worthy of the title, “Father of Europe”, and these two different interpretations of the acknowledgement of his life’s successes have peaked my interests . Einhard, who was a close friend to him, told one perspective of the life of the King Charlemagne . Due to the fact that he was a companion of the king, it is noticeable that there is some friend bias that may have distorted some of the truth of the man that was Charlemagne . Also, Einhard wrote his piece soon after the death of Charlemagne, which could impact the content of his work . There could have been a sense of strong passion, because Einhard was most likely mourning his loss . The other interpretation of the life of the King Charlemagne was Notker, who was a monk who didn’t have a direct relationship with him . You could argue that Notker had a better
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This note was uploaded on 10/16/2011 for the course HIST H113 taught by Professor O'connor during the Fall '11 term at Indiana University South Bend.

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