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An Outline of the History of Western Europe; Based on Robinson's Introduction to the History of Western Europe
by:Norman Maclaren Trenholme
This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1905. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... a. Purpose of his conquests to unite all German peoples into one great Christian empire. b. The conquest of Saxony and its difficulties: (1) A wild...
This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1905. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... a. Purpose of his conquests to unite all German peoples into one great Christian empire. b. The conquest of Saxony and its difficulties: (1) A wild country with a pagan population. (2) The church and the Saxons. Enforcement of respect for religion by Charlemagne. (3) Church gifts and tithes in Saxony. (4) Crime against Church as bad as against state. Co-operation between church and state. (5) The rise of towns in Saxony, especially the episcopal towns, Bremen, etc. c. Charlemagne's conquest of Lombardy and his assumption of the Lombard crown (774). d. The subjugation and incorporation in the Frankish kingdom of the great duchies of Aquitaine and Bavaria. e. Charlemagne and the Slavs to the east. His victorious campaign of 789. The creation of "Marches" and "Margraves" along the border. f. The invasion of Mohammedan Spain (778) and acquisition of the Spanish March. 3. The re-establishment of the Western Empire. a. Charlemagne aids Pope Leo iii, to gain supremacy in Rome in 799-800. b. On Christmas day (800) Pope Leo crowns Charlemagne as "Emperor of the Romans" in St. Peters. c. Contemporary reasons for this Imperial coronation as given in the annals of Lorsch, (Robinson p. 84). d. The imperial power of Charlemagne. His coronation "a recognition of the real political conditions in the West." e. Theoretical continuity of the Roman Empire. f. Points of contrast between old Roman Empire and new Holy Roman Empire. g. Troubles consequent on the assumption of the Imperial title by Germanic princes. Conflicts with Italy and the Papacy. 4. Charlemagne as an organizer and creator of Governmental Institutions: a. Difficulties of governing Carolingian empire on account of scanty revenue and over-powerful officials. b. Charlemagne's income from roya...
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