Charlemagne as a Christian king
... Introduction Charlemagne was the France monarch (768-814), and the Western leader 800-815. Charlemagne invented the Roman Empire, intensified political and economic life in Europe, and promoted cultural revival called the Carolingian Renaissance.
In comparison to the overall deterioration of Western Europe since the 7th century, the age of Charlemagne characterizes a critical renewal and turning point. Similarly, through King Charlemagne use of accessible resources (like Irish evangelists, the church and feudal as well as manorial institutions), his collaboration with the papacy and various ecclesiastical and administrative reforms, he managed to stop the cultural and political collapse ...