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    The Holy Roman Empire

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    The Holy Roman Empire was looming to the east of France to Poland and Hungary‚ but it size was not as potent as it might suggest. Frankish ruled the empire and German kings for 10 centuries‚ from Charlemagne’s coronation in 800 until the renunciation of the imperial title in 1806. The most powerful of these lines of kings was Otto I‚ who helped to restore the title emperor and in many ways resembled Charlemagne such as how he fostered a revival of learning in which literature and art flourished.

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    The Holy Roman Empire Xiao H. Feng(Amy) Prof. Mary A. O’Donnell November 26‚ 2007 HIS 1000C (3:35-4:30) Page 01 The Holy Roman Empire was an attempt to revive the Western Roman Empire‚ whose legal and political structure had deteriorated during the 5th and 6th centuries and had been replaced by independent kingdoms ruled by Germanic nobles. The Roman imperial office had been vacant after Romulus Augustulus was deposed in ad 476. But‚ during the turbulent early Middle Ages

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    The Holy Roman Empire was a political entity in Europe set up by the medieval papacy as an attempt to unite Christendom under one power. It is considered to begin the year of 962 with the papal crowning of Otto I as the first emperor and lasted until the final dissolution by Napoleon in 1806. The initial fall of the Holy Roman Empire took place gradually over an enduring period of time as it grew less and less of a force an European politics. A few known reasons for this decline of the emperor were

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    neither. A few of these states include Saxony‚ Franconia‚ Burgundy‚ Bavaria‚ and Austria. These‚ though‚ were all vassals of Germanic lands and formed something even greater‚ and that was the Holy Roman Empire. Though most historians don’t consider it to be very holyroman‚ nor an empire‚ the Holy Roman Empire grew to be one of the most powerful civilizations in Europe during the Middle Ages. The first of the emperors that ruled this vast land was someone named Charlemagne‚ who was crowned in 800

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    Before the Lutheran Revolt the Holy Roman Empire is a weak confederation of over 360 separate political units. The Holy Roman Empire‚ like any society‚ is a mix of political‚ economic and social states that are inseparable‚ with emphasis on religion and morality. When we put the Protestant reformer‚ Martin Luther‚ was added to the mix‚ it leads to a severe weakening of the society. The Holy Roman Empire was a result of political‚ economic‚ and societal controversies that consequently lead to the

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    Roman Empire

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    The Roman Empire was the post-Republican period of the ancient Roman civilization‚ characterized by government headed by emperors‚ and large territorial holdings around the Mediterranean Sea in Europe‚ Africa‚ and Asia. The 500 year old republic which preceded it was severely destabilized in a series of civil wars and political conflict‚ during which Julius Caesar was appointed as perpetual dictator and then assassinated in 44 BC. Civil wars and executions continued‚ culminating in the victory of

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    Roman Empire

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    Greek language and mode of categorical thought were common. In the next few lessons‚ you will consider the Roman Empire’s history and cultural contributions as well as the role of Christianity. Here is your goal for this lesson: * Identify key events and leaders of each of the first two divisions of Roman history: Pre-Republic and Republic. consuls | Chief magistrates of the ancient Roman Republic; now an official appointed by his government to live in a foreign city. | patrician | Person

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    The Roman Empire

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    The Roman Empire was the period of the ancient Roman society. Their form of government was Roman Republic. The Roman civilization was located around the Mediterranean in Europe‚ Africa‚ and Asia. The first emperor of Rome was Augustus. He established a strong military. There were two different societies in the Roman Empire‚ the East and the West. The Eastern people spoke Latin‚ and the Western people spoke Greek. Domitian was the third and last emperor of the Flavian dynasty. He was born on

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    Roman Empire

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    the Roman Empire is one of the first civilizations that come to mind. The saying “All roads lead to Rome” didn’t appear out of thin air‚ rather the Roman Civilization earned the moniker that would forever characterize them as one of the greatest civilizations to ever exist. Indeed‚ two thousand years ago the world was ruled by Rome. During such times‚ many human beings lived and died under Roman Law. This Empire didn’t simply grow from the ground‚ indeed “Rome wasn’t built in a day.” The Roman Empire

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    Roman Empire

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    The Roman Empire is known as one of the greatest empires of all time‚ blossoming politically‚ economically‚ and culturally. Rome was quickly expanding‚ reaching as far as North Africa. When Octavian came into power‚ the Pax Romana‚ or “Roman Peace‚” began. However‚ this long peace may have triggered the beginning of the end of the Roman Empire. Because Rome was not distracted by conquering foreign lands‚ its citizens relaxed and lived in luxury. There did not seem to be any goals they did not

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