Louis the Pious

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Noun1.Louis the Pious - third son of Charlemagne and king of France and Germany and Holy Roman Emperor (778-840)Louis the Pious - third son of Charlemagne and king of France and Germany and Holy Roman Emperor (778-840)
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But even in the relatively homogenous narrative that was dedicated to one goal, to use Charlemagne's authority and success to prove his greatness to the readers in the age of Louis the Pious, we may find how even here the very distant past was reshaped or rejected by Einhard since it did not fit the main narrative of Charlemagne's peak years.
In the last 11 years Fonthill Road, Advanced, Redford, Highland Colori and Louis The Pious were all sunk either in a Silver or Gold Cup the year before nailing the big pot.
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LOUIS THE PIOUS (David O'Meara) LOUIS THE PIOUS may strike soon.
To this he adds an analysis of the rivalries that existed between Louis the Pious (778-840), Lothar I (795-855), and Charles "the Bald" (823-877), as in De institutione laicali found in Nithard's History.
rising ook p Twelve months ago, rising star O'Meara (right) took home the Ayr Gold Cup with Louis The Pious.
NICE PECKS James Doyle is all smiles as he celebrates last year's win on Louis the Pious
Yet to perpetuate the dynasty, queens such as Irmengard, wife of Louis the Pious, also had to be recognized as legitimate wives who bore children, preferably sons.
Paul Midgley's Another Wise Kid has not won at 6f for over four years but he ran an excellent race at Ripon over this trip on his reappearance and represents a big danger to last year's Ayr Gold Cup winner Louis The Pious (2.50) who showed his ability to handle soft ground when third in a Group 3 at Ascot back in October.
Charlemagne's son, Louis the Pious (778-840), founded the bishopric of Hildesheim in Lower Saxony in 815 and installed the first bishop, Gunthar (reigned 815-34).
DONCASTER: 1.40 Withernsea, 2.10 Portamento, 2.40 Open Eagle, 3.15 Dungannon, 3.50 CELESTIAL PATH (NAP), 4.25 Them And Us, 5.00 Louis The Pious, 5.30 Can't Change It.
Jack Dexter ran well to finish eighth from stall four, running on well on ground that would have been fast enough for him, only four-and-half lengths go on off the winner Louis The Pious.