Charlemagne, a very powerful and efficient Frankish Ruler, had a strategy he used that never he used and never failed him. Charlemagne would go out once a year, go into battle with one of his enemies and then one the opponent has been defeated, he would take over the land and make friends with the people and surrounding areas.
Charlemagne was also well known across Europe too, Pope Leo III noticed Charlemagne skill as a warrior and called for his help. Twice the Franks under Charlemagne's Rule helped Leo defeat their enemies. Out of gratitude, Pope Leo named Charlemagne the Emperor of the Roman people. The people believed that the Church and the Gods were on the side of Charlemagne which gave him the support along with the power to occupy the majority of Europe.
Charlemagne, was the Frankish king.
Actually Charlemagne was a very powerful frankish King. Charlemagne added to his land and gained more and more power. He helped bring Europe out of the Dark Ages. By the time of his death, Charlemagne ruled most of Western Europe.
Charlemagne united most of Western and Central Europe.
It was Charlemagne.
he was cool
Charlemagne changed Europe by creating order. He did that by joining different countries together.
Charlemagne united most of Western and Central Europe under the Carolingian Empire, which was the first new empire in Europe after the collapse of the Western Roman Empire.
I believe the king this describes is Charlemagne.
The Carolingians were Frankish rulers, which means their territory was in western Europe.
Charlemagne was King of the Franks from 768-814. His father was Pepin the Short, his mother was Bertrada of Laon. He grew the Frankish empire until it included most of Western and Central Europe. He is thought of as the "father of Europe" because he founded the French and German monarchies. He died on January 28th, 814.
Around the year 814 A.D. Charlemagne ruled the Western part of Europe
Charles the Great (known as Charlemagne) was a seminal figure in the development of the Medieval French identity. The later "Chansons" (songs, or poems) about the deeds of Charlemagne and his various paladins became the foundational legends behind the culture and code of chivalry of Medieval Europe.
Charlemagne united most of Western and Central Europe into the Carolingian Empire, centuries after the fall of the Roman Empire. However, the empire crumbled shortly after his death.He is known as 'the Father of Europe'.
Charles the Great, better known as the Frankish King, Charlemagne, united most of Western Europe, restoring a significant part of the Holy Roman Empire. He was crowned King by Pope Leo III in 800 AD.
When Charlemagne became king of the Franks in 768, he ruled over what is now France and western Germany. After Charlemagne defeated the Lombards in Italy in 800, Pope Leo III crowned Charlemagne as the emperor of the Romans. Charlemagne gained control of most of Italy. During Charlemagne's reign, he had nearly doubled the amount of land he controlled and had united much of western and central Europe.
Charlemagne extended the Frankish Kingdom to include Saxony, Lombardy, and other territories, founded the Carolingian Empire, which was the ancestor to the Kingdom of France and the Holy Roman Empire, founded schools, and generally elevated the culture of Western Europe. I would pick him as the single most important person of the Middle Ages.