Why did Pope Leo III go to Charlemagne?


Why did Pope Leo III go to Charlemagne?


As Charlemagne's empire expanded, he recognized the need to improve the administration of the empire. He brought educated Christian clerics to Aachen and he established an educational program that lead to a cultural revival.

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Charlemagne's Holy Roman Empire and the Divine Right to Rule


Chapter 7 / Lesson 2

Discover who Charlemagne was and how he formed the Holy Roman Empire. Learn how Charlemagne became the first Holy Roman Emperor by the divine right to rule.

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