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Charlemagne Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire

Charlemagne Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire[1]

Mand 748 - 814  (66 år)

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  • Navn Charlemagne Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 
    • Kaiser Karl der Grosse
    Født 747-748  Frankrig, France Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted 
    Køn Mand 
    Død 28 jan. 814  Aachen, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Deutschland Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted 
    Notater 
    • Charlemagne, Latin: Carolus Magnus or Karolus Magnus, meaning Charles the Great) (747 - 28 January 814) was King of the Franks from 768 to his death. He expanded the Frankish kingdoms into a Frankish Empire that incorporated much of Western and Central Europe. During his reign, he conquered Italy and was crowned Imperator Augustus by Pope Leo III on 25 December 800 as a rival of the Byzantine Emperor in Constantinople. His rule is also associated with the Carolingian Renaissance, a revival of art, religion, and culture through the medium of the Catholic Church. Through his foreign conquests and internal reforms, Charlemagne helped define both Western Europe and the Middle Ages. He is numbered as Charles I in the regnal lists of France, Germany, and the Holy Roman Empire.

      The son of King Pippin the Short and Bertrada of Laon, he succeeded his father and co-ruled with his brother Carloman I. The latter got on badly with Charlemagne, but war was prevented by the sudden death of Carloman in 771. Charlemagne continued the policy of his father towards the papacy and became its protector, removing the Lombards from power in Italy, and waging war on the Saracens, who menaced his realm from Spain. It was during one of these campaigns that Charlemagne experienced the worst defeat of his life, at Roncesvalles (778). He also campaigned against the peoples to his east, especially the Saxons, and after a protracted war subjected them to his rule. By forcibly converting them to Christianity, he integrated them into his realm and thus paved the way for the later Ottonian dynasty.
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    Person-ID I12466  Skeel-Schaffalitzky
    Sidst ændret 17 dec. 2015 

    Far Pippin (the Short) (le Bref) King of the Franks,   f. 714,   d. 24 sep. 768, Saint-Denis, France Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted  (Alder 54 år) 
    Mor Bertrada au grand pied,   f. 720, Laon, France Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted,   d. 12 jul. 783, Choisy, France Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted  (Alder 63 år) 
    Gift ca. 749 
    Familie-ID F5746  Gruppeskema  |  Familie Tavle

    Familie Hildegardis (de Vinzgau),   f. 2 maj 757-30 april 761, Frankrig, France Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted,   d. 30 apr. 783, Frankrig, France Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted  (Alder 22 år) 
    Gift 771 
    Børn 
    +1. Pepin I (Karlmann) King of Italy,   f. 777, Italy, Italien, Italia Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted,   d. 8 jul. 810, Milano, Italia Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted  (Alder 33 år)
    +2. Louis I (the Pious) Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire,   f. 16 apr. 778, Frankrig, France Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted,   d. 20 jun. 840, Burg Pfalzgrafenstein, Falkenau, Rheinland-Pfalz, Deutschland Find alle personer med begivenheder på dette sted  (Alder 62 år)
    Familie-ID F5744  Gruppeskema  |  Familie Tavle

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    Charlemagne, Karl den Store
    Charlemagne, Karl den Store

  • Kilder 
    1. [S19] Leo van de Pas, genealogics. Europäische Stammtafeln, Band IV, Frank Baron Freytag von Loringhoven, 1975, Isenburg, W. K. Prinz von.

    2. [S15] den frie encyklopædi. Wikipedia.