Where did Christianity spread to by 1000 AD?

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By converting Clovis from Arianism and making Charlemagne 'Imperator Augustus' (Protector of the Catholic Church) of Italy (some call him the first Holy Roman Emperor), the Christianity of the Roman Empire regained a new life and began to secure the foothold in Europe up to Otto the Great's time. See related link below:
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