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The Egyptian civilization and the Holy Roman Empire had different political systems. The Holy Roman Empire was a feudal monarchy ruled by an emperor. The first emperor of the Holy Roman Empire was Frankish King Charlemagne, who was crowned by Pope Leo III in the year (800 Whaley, 35). The popes had a great role in divine sanctioning of the rules imposed by the emperors as well as the coronation of the emperors. The emperor was elected by the seven leading princes, three ecclesiastical electors, three archbishops and four lay electors. The position of the emperor was exclusively for the males. The empire was divided into principalities where the rulers exercised many sovereign functions. The principalities had their parliamentary bodies that represented the estates of the territory. The role of the princes was tax collection, administration of justice and minting coins. The princes were also responsible for the material and spiritual salvation of their subjects. In the early years of the empire, too much power was bestowed in the princes and the clergy.
The parliament of the empire, Empirical Diet consisted of leading princes, seven electors, dukes, counts, bishops and abbots. The role of the Empirical Diet was to resolve conflicts and negotiate between the emperor and the estates (Whaley, 47). The empire was governed by a constitution known as The Golden Bull. The ruling decisions in the Holy Roman Empire were initially influenced by the Roman Catholic, and the emergence of the Protestants led to conflicts that resulted to wars. The Schmalkaldic War of 1546-1547 between Charles V and Protestant princes led to the disintegration of the territories in the empire. The war was resolved by the Religious Peace of Augsburg before the Thirty Year’s War in 1618-1648 broke. The latter war led to greater political and religious division in the empire. The empire was dissolved in the aftermath
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