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Charlemagne united Europe by fighting off invaders, conquering peoples

and converting them to Christianity.

He also united Europe by blending German, Roman, and christian


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How did Charlemagne unify Europe?

He spread education and religion through his kingdom

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Pope leo III proclaimed Charlemagne to be emperor of the romans because Charlemagne had?

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