Otto the Great

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Noun1.Otto the Great - King of the Germans and Holy Roman Emperor (912-973)
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David Marnane, trainer of Otto The Great and He's Got Rhythm "He's Got Rhythm is in great form.
Horses to follow over the jumps: Acht, Ballyallia Bay, Big Society, Bolt From The Blue, Cash And Go, Cinders And Ashes, Creepy, Duke Of Navan, Eleven Fifty Nine, George Adamson, Goring One, Grabtheglory, Gren Hackle, Hayjack, Imperial Circus, Judge Davis, King Of The Celts, Kudu Country, Liberty Court, Lucky Sunny, Moonlight Drive, Otto The Great, Presenting Arms, Present Lodger, Rattan, Regal Encore, Reginaldinho, Rigadin De Beauchene, River Maigue, Smart Ruler, Street Entertainer, Tanerko Emery, The Druids Nephew, Victors Serenade, Washington Post, Watergate Bay, Whisky Yankee.
During the reign of Emperor Otto the Great (962-973), Hrotsvit was a canoness in the German convent Gandersheim who wrote Latin poems, stories, plays, and histories.
In his review of Bernhard Karlgren's On the Authenticity and Nature of the Tso-chuan, Zach characterizes Karlgren as a "mighty peak" that has risen on the Sinological wasteland inhabited by Conrady, Otto the Great Franke, the French bibliographers (presumably Pelliot and his followers), and incompetent translators (pp.
In 936, however, a dynamic Saxon leader, Otto I, later to be called Otto the Great, was crowned king of the East Franks and Saxons.
Both were dominated by Bruno I of Cologne (925-65), younger brother and chancellor of Otto the Great, after 953 Archbishop of Cologne, and from 962 until his death in 965, regent of Germany while Otto was absent in Italy.
It proceeds in the same fashion from the fall of Rome via Charlemagne and Otto the Great to (more or less) the present.
Hrosvitha's other works include narrative poems based on Christian legends and two verse chronicles: one on the feats of Otto the Great and the other on the history of the convent of Gandersheim from its founding in 856 to the year 919.