Charles the Great


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Charles the Great

n
(Biography) another name for Charlemagne

Char•le•magne

(ˈʃɑr ləˌmeɪn)

n.
( “Charles the Great” ) A.D. 742–814, king of the Franks 768–814; as Charles I, first emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 800–814.
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Noun1.Charles the Great - king of the Franks and Holy Roman EmperorCharles the Great - king of the Franks and Holy Roman Emperor; conqueror of the Lombards and Saxons (742-814)
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So was it in the decay of the Roman empire; and likewise in the empire of Almaigne, after Charles the Great, every bird taking a feather; and were not unlike to befall to Spain, if it should break.
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CHARLES The Great showed plenty of speed to land an allthe-way success in the Weatherbys Super Sprint at Newbury.
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Let the figures be the Hungarian king and his brother: Laszlo and Salamon, or Talandus and Charles the Great, the scheme is the same: the internecine fight.
Charles the Great, or Charlemagne, was the King of the Franks in the 8th century AD.
Charlemagne, whose name means Charles the Great, easily defeated the pope's enemies and quickly restored order in Rome.
It was, and still is, much visited because of its associations with Charles the Great (Charlemagne) and the Holy Roman Empire.