Creation of the Holy Roman Empire Addie Taylor

Clovis

Clovis started out on good terms with the empire, but began working against them

Clovis became Christian after praying to God to win a battle.

Pepin the Short

Pepin was anointed by the Pope, which showed the people he was backed by God

In 754 AD, Pepin got rid of all the Lombards in Rome.

Charlemagne

Under Charlemagne, the kingdom of the Franks doubled in size.

The people of the Western Empire were united under one leader and government.

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Created with images by Jorge Lascar - ""The girl and the cat" (Hagia Sophia)" • geralt - "cross sunset sunrise" • fusion-of-horizons - "Sinaia" • sybarite48 - "Jargeau (Loiret)" • Bernt Rostad - "Statue of Charlemagne" • CircaSassy - "A brief history of mediæval and modern peoples (1899)" • CircaSassy - "A school history of Germany: from the earliest period to the establishment of the German empire in 1871 (1874)" • santanartist - "Charlemagne" • CircaSassy - "A school history of Germany: from the earliest period to the establishment of the German empire in 1871 (1874)" • Accidental Hedonist - "Charlemagne"

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