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Q: How did Charlemagne unwittingly unleash a new round of invasions into his realm before his death?
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How long was Charlemagne a king before he became emperor?

768-800


What was the Treaty that divided Charlemagne's empire into three kingdoms called?

The Treaty of Verdun, AD 843. However, Charlemagne's former empire had already fallen apart long before that.


What country did Charlemagne come from?

When charlemagne was born, there were barley any countries, instead there were little fiefdoms. Western europe before his rule wasn't unified. But my guess is that he comes from a small fiefdom in modern france


How did invasions contribute to the beginning of the feudal system?

The feudal system was created, or rather evolved, to meet threats of invasion and other chaos that were more or less constant from the middle of the third century in the Roman Empire and the states that occupied the lands of the Roman Empire after it divided and the West Roman Empire collapsed. There was no real hope of quick reaction to difficulties by a strong central government as there had been during the times Roman Empire. What developed to replace it was a system in which a much weaker central authority passed that authority off to a group of loyal followers, or vassals, who assembled their own groups vassals to whom they passed authority, and so on to the bottom of the society, which was the serfs. The people at the higher level than serfs could respond quickly, organize things, and keep the system going, in the face of any threat. There were problems with this system, especially when the vassals became disloyal. But the thing that destroyed it was that the world outgrew the need for it.


What was the Austria called before its current name?

A landlocked country of central Europe. Settled by Celtic tribes, the region was conquered (15 B.C.-A.D. 10) by the Romans and later (8th century) by Charlemagne, who made it a border state of the Carolingian Empire. In the 13th century, Austria passed to the Hapsburg family and remained the core of their vast holdings until the dissolution of Austria-Hungary in 1918, when Austria became a republic. Quoted from http://www.answers.com/topic/austria?cat=travel?ff=1

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How long was Charlemagne a king before he became emperor?

768-800


What was the Treaty that divided Charlemagne's empire into three kingdoms called?

The Treaty of Verdun, AD 843. However, Charlemagne's former empire had already fallen apart long before that.


What city did Charlemagne conquered by 814?

Charlemagne conquered a lot of cities, all of them before he died in 814. Among them were Salzburg, Pavia, Spoleto, Milan, Ravenna, Barcelona, and many others.


How did Charlemagne?

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What was Charlemagne's religion?

Charlamgane died roughly 200 years before the Christian church in Europe split into Western-Catholic and Eastern-Orthodox, meaning he was simply "Christian".


What country did Charlemagne come from?

When charlemagne was born, there were barley any countries, instead there were little fiefdoms. Western europe before his rule wasn't unified. But my guess is that he comes from a small fiefdom in modern france


What is charlemagne?

A year before charlemagne died in 814, he crowned his only surviving son, Louis the Pious, as emperor. Louis was a devoutly religious man. He might have fared better as a monk. Louis proved an ineffective ruler.


Did the army lose its disclipine and thus endanger the empire and cause?

The Roman army lost its discipline after the invasions of the empire, not before. This made the Romans unable to respond to the invasions. Prior to the invasions, the problems of the Roman army was that it was overstretched (due to many attempted invasions at points on the frontiers of the empire which were distant from each other) and that it had an insufficient number of soldiers. Due to the latter, the Romans recruited Germanic mercenaries and relied on Germanic allies in some areas.


What were two invasions that occurred in Europe before 1936?

1. Japan invades Manchuria. 2. Italy attacks Ethiopia.


Capital city of frankish emipre?

The capital city of the Frankish Empire was Aachen, under the rule of Charlemagne in the 8th and 9th centuries.