Charles III


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Charles III

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1. (Biography) known as Charles the Fat. 839–888 ad, Holy Roman Emperor (881–887) and, as Charles II, king of France (884–887). He briefly reunited the empire of Charlemagne
2. (Biography) 1716–88, king of Spain (1759–88), who curbed the power of the Church and tried to modernize his country
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Indeed, the preceding year, the royal houses of Holland, Austria, and England had concluded a treaty of alliance at the Hague, with the intention of plucking the crown of Spain from the head of Philip V, and placing it on that of an archduke to whom they prematurely gave the title of Charles III.
It took sixteen years (and two monarchs, Charles III having died in 1788 and been succeeded by his son, Charles IV), but ultimately Osorio was successful: in 1800 the Crown conceded collective freedom to the villagers, and formal ownership of the lands surrounding El Cobre.
One of Italy's most imposing monuments, the Reggia, or Royal Palace, of Caserta, built between 1752 and 1774 on the orders of Charles III of Bourbon who wanted to rival Versailles, is situated here.
Birth date and ancestry uncertain; he was called Rolf or Hrolf in Norse sources, but is often known as Rollo, the name given him in French documents; as a Norse chieftain, he raided along the northern French coast and up the Seine valley over the course of at least fifteen years (896-911); he was supposedly known as Rolf the Granger (Walker) because he was too tall to ride a horse, and so had to walk everywhere; in the latter year he was granted lands at the mouth of the Seine by King Charles III at the Treaty of Saint-Clair-sur-Epte (near Pontoise), whereby he promised to become a Christian and King Charles's vassal in return for the land grant; this territory later became known as Normandy from its occupation by Northmen.
I was arrested by the Gestapo in Nancy in 1943 and held in the Charles III prison.
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King Charles III, is "very emotionally near the line" says Oliver Chris, who plays Prince William in the BBC2 show.
The show, King Charles III, also features Princes William and Harry being visited by the ghost of their mother Diana.
The Peaky Blinders star, who hails from Grindon, in Stockton borough, will play one of the world's most famous women in King Charles III - a BBC drama that envisions a constitutional crisis with the Prince of Wales as king.
British playwright Mike Bartlett aims to change that with his fascinating "future history" play, "King Charles III," which finds the beloved queen dead and Britain's new king--in a spellbinding performance by the amazing Tim Pigott-Smith--awaiting his coronation.
FOLLOWING sell-out runs at the Almeida Theatre and in the West End, the multi-awardwinning play King Charles III arrives at Newcastle Theatre Royal this week.