dmcdowell
  • dmcdowell
Who was the first head of the Holy Roman Empire? Charlemagne Leo III Clovis Francis of Assisi
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sasabina123
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"Although Charlemagne was crowned Roman Emperor in the West in 800, the first use of the term “Holy Roman Emperor” was applied when Pope John XII crowned Otto, Duke of Saxony, Emperor Otto I on February 3, 962. Ostensibly, Otto was the pope’s chief protector, but within the year, discovering John XII conspiring against his growing power, Otto marched into Rome and replaced him with Leo VIII."
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dmcdowell
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so charlemagne @sasabina123
Hope210
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Charlemagne would be my guess.
dmcdowell
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thanks yall @Hope210 @sasabina123
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your welcome
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