Charles IV


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Charles IV

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1. (Biography) known as Charles the Fair. 1294–1328, king of France (1322–28): brother of Isabella of France, with whom he intrigued against her husband, Edward II of England
2. (Biography) 1316–78, king of Bohemia (1346–78) and Holy Roman Emperor (1355–78)
3. (Biography) 1748–1819, king of Spain (1788–1808), whose reign saw the domination of Spain by Napoleonic France: abdicated
4. (Biography) title as king of Hungary of Charles I. See Charles I5
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This lavishly illustrated study relates the history of the cathedral founded by Charles IV in the 14th century.
When, in 1349, the efforts of Emperor Charles IV were finally rewarded and Prague, his capital, was at last raised to the status of archbishopric, the neighbouring Moravian diocese of Olomouc, hitherto part of the Mainz province, came within the embrace of the newly established Prague Province.
Charles IV was King Of Bohemia and Holy Roman Emperor, and the bridge is a fittingly bold monument, which took his name in 1870.
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