Clovis, Pepin the Short, and Charlemagne By: Cameron Carlson

Clovis fought the Romans by taking their capital, Soissons.

Clovis prays to his wife's God for victory when there is nothing left to do and later becomes a Christian.

Pepin the Short promised to protect the pope.

A statue of Pepin the Short

Charleagne worried because many of his people couldn't read or write so he opened schools.

Charlegne expanded the Frankish Empire.

Credits:

Created with images by sybarite48 - "Jargeau (Loiret)" • GeS - "Clovis" • KrzysztofTe Foto Blog - "Love affair" • frozenchipmunk - "Pepin the Short" • Bernt Rostad - "Statue of Charlemagne" • maveric2003 - "Charlemagne!" • Me in ME - "Charlemagne Sculpture" • waldomiguez - "aachen charlemagne gold" • CircaSassy - "A brief history of mediæval and modern peoples (1899)" • catburston - "Charlemagne stands before the Aachener Rathaus"

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