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Carolingian Monarchy is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Carolingian Monarchy books and related discussion.
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- FURTHER SUBJECT 3: THE CAROLINGIAN - University of Oxford
- J. Sondheimer), The Carolingians and the Frankish Monarchy (1971),. R.
- The Pirenne Thesis
- the secular that was evident in the succeeding dynasty of the Carolingian monarchy [751-. 987 CE].
- tradition of sacred rule on the other, the Carolingian monarch thereby acquired a complex and special character unknown to his Merovingian predecessor.
- Review of Warren Brown, Unjust Seizure: Conflict, Interest and
- the fundamental decentralization of power in early medieval Bavaria.
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- The Divided Map of Europe
- All these places lie athwart a line running southward from the North Sea “that formed the centerpiece and primary communications route of the Carolingian monarchy,” observes the late scholar of modern Europe Tony Judt.
Suggested Web Resources
- Carolingian dynasty - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The greatest Carolingian monarch was Charlemagne, who was crowned Emperor by Pope Leo III at Rome in 800.
- Carolingians definition of Carolingians in the Free Online
- Information about Carolingians in the Columbia Encyclopedia, Computer Desktop I and whose grandson was Clovis I, the founder of the Frankish monarchy.
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