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Aftermath of the Decline of the Roman Empire

.... Other foreign-trade alliances were formed by merchant traders in Germanic cities of the Holy Roman Empire in northern Europe, referred to as the Hanseatic ....

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Religion in Austria

.... During the 900s, the territory which included Austria became part of the Holy Roman Empire, with its separation as the Margravate of Austria occurring in 1156. ....

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SWITZERLAND: A COUNTRY STUDY

.... Historical Background Through the middle of the seventeenth century, Switzerland was a part of the Holy Roman Empire (Hunter 1255-1262). ....

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Church State Relationship & Rise of the Carolingians

.... relationship culminated in Pope Leo III's coronation of Charlemagne as Holy Roman Emperor in 800 AD In their conception of the Holy Roman Empire, church and ....

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Western Civilization

.... John of England and Otto IV who had formerly been crowned Holy Roman Emperor .... would conquer Constantinople and make it the capital of the Ottoman Empire, Istanbul ....

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The Byzantine Empire and the Great Schism

.... call 'Byzantines' always called themselves 'Romans' and their empire the Roman Empire." The term .... who in the eighth and ninth centuries declared holy icons to ....

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The Roman Catholic Church of the Medieval Period

.... persecutions, barbarian marauders, and the shifting tide of rising and falling governments, the Church exalted itself above even the Holy Roman Empire to unify ....

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The Roman Catholic Church of the Medieval Period

.... persecutions, barbarian marauders, and the shifting tide of rising and falling governments, the Church exalted itself above even the Holy Roman Empire to unify ....

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The Influence of Roman Law in Medieval Europe

.... of time. As inheritors of the title of Holy Roman Empire, the German states naturally accepted Roman law as authority. At the same ....

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Theme of Christianity in The Song of Roland

.... Roland, of course, Christianity had come to dominate the Western Roman Empire and would be reconstituted under Charlemagne as the Holy Roman Empire; The Song ....

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Song of Roland

.... Roland, of course, Christianity had come to dominate the Western Roman Empire and would be reconstituted under Charlemagne as the Holy Roman Empire; The Song ....

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Reign of Charles V

.... As the King of Spain, Naples and Sicily, Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, ruler of Flanders, the Netherlands and large areas of Central and South America, the ....

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AN ECONOMIC PROFILE OF SWITZERLAND

.... 5. Historical background. Through the middle of the seventeenth century, Switzerland was a part of the Holy Roman Empire. From the ....

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Emperor Charles V

.... As the King of Spain, Naples and Sicily, Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, ruler of Flanders, the Netherlands and large areas of Central and South America, the ....

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A Triumphal Arch

.... In medieval Europe, the church and the Holy Roman Empire were the two most important forces, and the change in policy as to how popes should be selected was ....

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ECONOMIC PROFILE OF SWITZERLAND Introduction

.... Through the middle of the seventeenth century, Switzerland was a part of the Holy Roman Empire.24 From the late thirteenth century through 1648, Switzerland ....

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Economic Profile of Switzerland Introduction

.... Through the middle of the seventeenth century, Switzerland was a part of the Holy Roman Empire.24 From the late thirteenth century through 1648, Switzerland ....

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Founding of Roman Catholic Church

.... the Frankish kings, and in 800 Pope Leo III formally crowned one such king, Charlemagne, as first Holy Roman Emperor. .... The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. ....

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Founding of the Roman Catholic Church

.... the Frankish kings, and in 800 Pope Leo III formally crowned one such king, Charlemagne, as first Holy Roman Emperor. .... The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. ....

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The German National Experience

.... centuries, "Germany" had meaning in terms of language and culture, but was politically a pure abstraction, the purely nominal Holy Roman Empire of the German ....

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German Culture and History Culture, Tradition, and History of ...

.... and national identity. Germany has been part of both the Holy Roman Empire and the Austro Hungarian Empire. In its early history ....

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The Papacy and The Crusades

.... and German aristocracies. Such factionalism was implicated in a decline of the Holy Roman Empire. Nevertheless, the Concordat at ....

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Empress Maria Theresa

.... But the Holy Roman Empire was, in Voltaire's famous phrase, "neither holy, nor Roman, nor an empire." It had come closest to being the last, at least, under ....

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Concepts of Sovereignty

.... such as Somalia, it reflects a territory where the state is in almost total abeyance, as devoid of Westphalian sovereignty as the Holy Roman Empire once was. ....

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German Reunification

.... A1., c. 1. "Germany," but only a mass of German ministates: kingdoms, principalities, "free cities," and other fragments of the old medieval Holy Roman Empire. ....

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The Christian Byzantine Empire

.... those who transgressed, and this helped strengthen the Roman government .... This helped form the character of the Byzantine Empire (Wenzel: pp .... Sophia, or Holy Wisdom ....

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Several Political Science Essays

.... The Austrian Habsburgs under Ferdinand II wanted to get back Catholic holdings in Germany that had been ceded in previous wars in the Holy Roman Empire and by ....

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Currency Reforms of Charlemagne

.... of Charlemagne's monetary program, and then to discuss the implications of specific monetary goals for the use of coinage throughout the Holy Roman Empire. ....

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Martin Luther's Ninety-Five Theses

.... however, was "due primarily to the personality and the spiritual experience" of Martin Luther and to circumstances in the Holy Roman Empire that gave him the ....

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Luther's Reformed Version of Christian Doctrine

.... however, was "due primarily to the personality and the spiritual experience" of Martin Luther and to circumstances in the Holy Roman Empire that gave him the ....

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