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The Growth of Papal Government

.... line of Emperors went into abeyance by the end of the century, and their place was taken in the tenth century by a succession of German Emperors, while at the ....

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A Triumphal Arch

.... Rome also increased its power over the rest of Christendom through the victory of the popes over the German emperors in the matter of papal succession: In 1059 ....

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The German National Experience

.... From the tenth to the thirteenth century, the German Emperors were the greatest sovereigns in Europe, at a time when the Kings of France controlled little more ....

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German Reunification

.... A thousand years ago, there was indeed a single German state, the "Holy Roman Empire" of the Ottonian German Emperors. A feudal ....

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Defects in the Work of Jacques Le Goff

.... It was bound up in an intensely political issue: would the Papacy, having previously resisted the attempted domination by the German emperors, fall under that ....

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JAPAN'S EMPERORS

.... Some emperors actually ruled the land, such as the Emperor Tenchi (r .... they adopted the Constitution of 1889 which incorporated mostly German concepts, including ....

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The German Reich & the Kaiser

.... block had been augmented by an alliance of interest with the German nobility, the .... summarized in the Berlin Treaty of 1878 and the Three Emperors League were ....

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The Western Roman Empire

.... Partly that was because successive emperors set about consolidating their position. .... He even sent expeditions against the German barbarians in parts of the ....

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The Downfall of the Roman Empire

.... his two sons, Honorius and Arcadius, but as with many Emperors raised at .... Visigoths, but this left England, France, and Spain unprotected against German invasion ....

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The Downfall of Rome

.... his two sons, Honorius and Arcadius, but as with many Emperors raised at .... Visigoths, but this left England, France, and Spain unprotected against German invasion ....

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Democracy as an Exportable Product

.... As a matter of fact, neither the German nor Austrian nor Russian successors to emperors, Kaisers and tsars produced anything close to an American-style ....

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Gannon's Model of American Business Culture

.... British and German managers, for example, are liable to be put off by the .... Certainly Italians, living in the land of Roman emperors and Renaissance princes, can ....

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The Career of Otto von Bismarck

.... with a cultural relative and, although he made half-hearted attempts at reviving the Three Emperors' League throughout the 1880s, this German-Austrian alliance ....

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The Papacy and The Crusades

.... consequences for European culture. Then Popes began excommunicating emperors, most notably the German Frederick II. The effect was not ....

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Ancient Rome

.... the empire, which survived until Rome finally fell to the German chieftain Odoacer .... and Roman civil law, which reached its peak under the emperors, excelled in ....

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Three International Legal Bodies

.... It was signed into law by such world leaders as the German and Austrian emperors, the kings of Hungary, Belgium, Denmark, Spain, and Italy, and the presidents ....

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International Law and International Organizations

.... It was signed into law by such world leaders as the German and Austrian emperors, the kings of Hungary, Belgium, Denmark, Spain, and Italy, and the presidents ....

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Greek Period and Roman Period

.... It was during this year that the German mercenary leader Odacer deposed the .... existed in the upper echelons of government, particularly with the later emperors. ....

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History of the Medieval Papacy

.... 6, et passim) between Henry IV and Gregory VII: "Throughout the Investiture Contest the old Roman families supported the German kings and emperors Henry IV and ....

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Rome

.... reign of Marcus Aurelius, in some ways perhaps the best of the Emperors, there began .... Augustulus had the crown removed from his head by a German conqueror, and ....

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Influence of Julius Caesar on Western Civilization

.... name was adopted by all Roman emperors to follow him, and was also taken up by future monarchs in Europe. The Russian "Tsar" and the German "Kaiser" are each ....

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Julius Caesar and the West

.... name was adopted by all Roman emperors to follow him, and was also taken up by future monarchs in Europe. The Russian ôTsarö and the German ôKaiserö are ....

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Praetorian Guard Under the Julio-Claudians QUIS CUSTODIET IPSOS ...

.... in the military uproar of AD 68-70 and the "year of the four emperors," and so .... have left them as combat-ready as, say, a legion stationed on the German frontier ....

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Medieval World

.... conflicts of Western history, that between the Popes and the Holy Roman Emperors. .... practice in the Byzantine East, a direction in which a German Emperor would ....

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The relationship between France and the United States

.... The 2e DB had raced ahead of its American commanders, who had meant to leave Paris in German hands for a few more weeks to .... "The Last Emperors." Agence Global. ....

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Several Political Science Essays

.... Beginning by isolating and disempowering German Jews, Nazi policy graduated to .... the Austrian Habsburgs were acknowledged as Holy Roman Emperors even though the ....

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Mao Tse-tung as Political and Spiritual Leader

.... In some ways, his role was similar to that of the Emperors who had .... precisely this placement of himself in a stronger position of power: German events proved ....

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Japanese & British Alliances Japan was a country isolated from

.... and isolated, and his first step was to develop the Three Emperors' League of .... construction of a Baghdad railway by Germany and by growing German influence over ....

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Development of Ancient Rome

.... the empire, which survived until Rome finally fell to the German chieftain Odoacer .... and Roman civil law, which reached its peak under the emperors, excelled in ....

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Concepts of Sovereignty

.... The Holy Roman Emperors, once the most powerful monarchs in Europe .... France and liberal Britain might make propaganda about German authoritarianism, but allied ....

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