Holy Roman Empire By: Jordan grass

Clovis

Clovis was the first king of the Franks to convert Christianity
Colvis was a brutal warrior who delighted in bloodshed on the battlefield

Charlemagne

Charlemagne is the Frankish king who was crowned on December 25, 800, as the first Holy Roman Emperor by the pope.
Charlemagne was known as Charles the Great, King Charles I, and Father of Europe.

Pepin

Pepin the Short was the king that established the Carolingian Empire
Pepin the Short Was the god’s chosen ruler

Credits:

Created with images by LoggaWiggler - "colosseum rome amphitheater" • GeS - "Clovis" • KrzysztofTe Foto Blog - "Love affair" • Me in ME - "Charlemagne Sculpture" • shankar s. - "Frankfurt's Museum of History" • historic.brussels - "Monument, Martyrs' Square - Place des Martyrs - Martelaarsplaats 1" • historic.brussels - "Frédéric de Mérode Monument, Place des Martyrs - Martelaarsplaats - Martyrs' Square 4" • frozenchipmunk - "Pepin the Short" • Bernt Rostad - "Statue of Charlemagne"

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