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Some ecclesiastical aspects of the age of Charlemagne.

H.G Hiscocks

Some ecclesiastical aspects of the age of Charlemagne.

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Thesis (M.A.) -- University of Toronto, 1913.

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Some ecclesiastical aspects of the age of Charlemagne. by H.G Hiscocks Download PDF EPUB FB2

In this chapter, a variety of aspects of medieval Christianity are explored through the lens of the Carolingian empire, and Charlemagne’s reign in particular.

The context for and impact of the Carolingian ‘reforms’ is explored across a range of areas: baptism and godparenthood, the management of monasteries, the roles of bishop and priest, the acts of charity and piety expected of ‘all Christians’, the use of prayers Author: Janet L.

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This book is translated from the German in the sixties, but Fictenau is writing about the 's, so you shouldn't be put off by the age of the book. The copy that I bought is a reprint by the "mediaveal academy for teaching".

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Charlemagne was the greatest member of the Carolingian family, which arose in the early 7th century in the northeastern region of the Frankish world. He reigned over the Franks from to —a major turning point in European history.

Charlemagne at dinner. (Image: Talbot Master/British Library) Charlemagne’s Reign. Charlemagne, king of the Franks (–), king of the Lombards (–), and first emperor (–) of what was later called the Holy Roman Empire.

His feats as a ruler, both real and imagined, served as a standard to which many European rulers looked for guidance in defining and discharging their royal functions. Charlemagne - Charlemagne - King of the Franks: Charlemagne assumed rulership at a moment when powerful forces of change were affecting his kingdom.

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Although the political achievement of Charlemagne () crumbled in the hands of his successors, the cultural movement which it fostered retained its impetus in the ninth century and survived into the tenth. "The secular and ecclesiastical administration of a vast empire called for a large number of trained priests and functionaries.

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At the time of his birth, probably in Aprilhis father, Pippin III the Short (), was mayor of the palace, an official serving the Merovingian (Merovingian dynasty) king but actually wielding effective power over the extensive Frankish little is known about Charlemagne's youth suggests that he received practical training for leadership by participating in the political, social.

In fact, in the Early Middle Ages, rulers needed the support of the church to legitimize their rule. This was the case for Charlemagne, who united much of Western Europe and converted his subjects to Christianity. Pope Leo III crowned Charlemagne emperor of the Romans in (History).

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Albeit the Western Emperor’s title was not acknowledged by Byzance untilwhen Charlemagne was proclaimed Basileus by a Byzantine embassy (Classenff.), waiting for the acceptance of.

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