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St. Charlemagne's Day

Charlemagne wasn't actually a saint at all; he was an emperor and the first ruler of the Holy Roman Empire, crowned in 800 by Pope Leo III. Although he was never able to read and write himself, Charlemagne, whose name means "Charles the Great," founded the University of Paris. In fact, his reign was marked by a huge cultural revival, including significant advances in scholarship, literature, and philosophy. He died on January 28, 814. More...
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St. Charlemagne's Day
Charlemagne wasn't actually a saint at all; he was an emperor and the first ruler of the Holy Roman Empire, crowned in 800 by Pope Leo III. Although he was never able to read and write himself, Charlemagne, whose name means "Charles the Great," founded the University of Paris. In fact, his reign was marked by a huge cultural revival, including significant advances in scholarship, literature, and philosophy. He died on January 28, 814.
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St. Charlemagne's Day
- Charlemagne was the emperor who ruled the Modern Roman Empire through the first centuries in the Middle Age.
- He was a Lombardi person and assumed the throne over a siege that took place when his brother died without a suitable heir.
- He played many strategies on his enemies as well as his allies and he was well-known for having a witty and argus-eye to frame deals that benefit himself or his throne.
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