The Carolingian Empire divided because the tradition at that time was that a kingdom was divided among the sons of the king. The imperial title could be divided or not, so there could be co-emperors, but there were a number of kingdoms within the empire. These kingdoms went to war with one another for various reasons, and after a lot of changes, the empire was divided with the largest pieces being the Kingdom of the Franks and the Holy Roman Empire. Both of these changed their methods of monarchic succession.
A strong and efficient government.
He united most of Western Europe under the Carolingian Empire.
Charlemagnes was a great and powerful leader, as well as a warrior. However, when he died a lot of warriors fought for his power. In the meanwhile, his empire grew weaker and weaker. When they finally selected a leader, it was too late.
It was partitioned among his three sons following Germanic inheritance rules.
they are calling the goverment to go to the renissance
Charlemagnes fathers name was Pepin the Short Charlemagnes grandfather was Charles Martel which means Charles the Hammer
No similarities. The Roman Empire was an ancient empire and the Carolingian Empire was a medieval one and therefore related to two totally different societies. The only thing was that Latin was the language of the church, bureaucrats and intellectuals.
The answer is false his empire did not strech into germany Austria and northern Ireland.
When he died in 814, his empire went to his only legitimate son, Louis the pious. After Louis' death in 840, it was divided amongst Louis' three sons; Lothair, Louis and Charles the Bald.
In a.d. 79
He didn't divide the empire in two. Diocletian divided the empire in four. He did this in an attempt to make the governing of so vast a territory more manageable.
he divided the empire because realized the empire was simply to big to be ran by 1 man
divide the roman empire
they divided the empire into 3 catageorines dat, monter, and mon
The Fall of Rome (No Central Government), The Rise and Fall Holy Roman Empire (Knights, Setting up of Counties), The Viking Raids and their pillaging of Europe (Need for protection) all contributed to the rise of Feudalism in Eurupe
Charlemagne's empire, which is called the Carolingian Empire, included the following present day territories:France, except for BrittanyBelgiumthe NetherlandsLuxembourgMost of GermanySwitzerlandmost of Austriapart of Croatiathe northern half of Italythe eastern parts of the Spanish PyreneesIn addition, there are areas to the east of these that are considered tributary.There is a link below to a map of Charlemagne's empire
Emperor Diocletian divided the Roman empire into a tetrarchy in A.D. 293.
diocletian divided the empire into the eastern and western empire
The Roman Empire never officially divided into two parts.
AD 293 (obviously)
Twenty Satrapies (Provinces).
Charlemagne had a number of important titles, including most importantly King of the Franks and Emperor of the Romans (Carolingian Empire). He was also the King of Lombardy, and had lesser titles, such as Patrician, which was given to him one of the popes.