Roman Emperor

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Noun1.Roman Emperor - sovereign of the Roman EmpireRoman Emperor - sovereign of the Roman Empire  
emperor - the male ruler of an empire
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A finales del siglo viii, Carlomagno--de la dinastia carolingia--fue coronado Imperator Romanorum --Emperador Romano--por el papa Leon iii.
He did not hesitate to use the awesome name of Rome for his purpose: he was himself a patrician of Rome: on Christmas Day, 800, in St Peter's basilica in Rome, he had been crowned - Imperator Romanorum.