The creation of the Holy Roman Empire BY: libbie geralds

Pepin the Short:

He removed the Lombards from Rome and gave them their land back.

Pepin the Short established the Carolingian Empire.

Charlemagne:

Charlemagne was crowned the first Holy-Roman-Empire.

Charlemagne was known as Charles the Great.

Clovis:

Clovis let the Franks in victories over the Visigoths.

Clovis was the first king of the franks to convert to christianity.

Credits:

Created with images by Jorge Lascar - "The 30.6m ⌀ dome and the chandeliers with Islamic patterns - Hagia Sophia" • frozenchipmunk - "Pepin the Short" • 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)" • the wub - "Charlemagne" • maveric2003 - "Charlemagne!" • fusion-of-horizons - "untitled image"

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