Lothair II of Lotharingia

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  • Analysis Of Bound From Either Side By Rachel Stone

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    With the patriarchy existing for thousands of years, one can only assume that it has been rocked more than a few times. But could it be in the ninth-century regarding marriage? Rachel Stone argues in her article that no, it can not be. That even when the patriarchy seemed to be shaken up, the power still remained with the men. This paper will provide a brief summarization and a review of the article, Bound from Either Side’: The Limits of Power in Carolingian Marriage Disputes, To 840–870, authored

  • Causes And Fall Of The Carolingian Empire

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    The Carolingians extended their rule over most Western and central Europe in much less than one 1/2 of a century and became seemed as the renewers of the Roman Empire after the Imperial coronation of Charlemagne in 800. The Carolingian Empire carried out its best territorial extent throughout the reign of Charlemagne (768-814) who added Lombardy, Saxony, Danubian simple and Spanish March to the realm of the Franks. but, Charlemagne’s empire began to say no already below his successor Louis the Pious

  • Charlemagne Essay

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    His empire had two main territories, East and west Francia that is now the major parts of two important European entities. West Francia is modern-day France, and East Francia became first the Holy Roman Empire and then the modern state of Germany. II     BACKGROUND AND EARLY LIFE      Charlemagne was born on about 742. He was the oldest son of the Frankish leader Pepin the Short. Pepin was the mayor of the palace under the

  • Factors For The Fall Of The Carolingian Empire

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    brought about the weakening of the Imperial authority and territorial fragmentation became apparent already throughout the rule of thumb of Louis the Pious. He had to deal with several rebellions of his 3 sons Pepin of Aquitaine, Louis the German and Lothair I