History

Read the quote about Charlemagne.

“The man who led the Franks to victory and so created modern Europe was Charles the Great. . . . [W]ithout Charles and the legend of Charles Europe would have had a different history and a different character.”

Which of Charlemagne’s accomplishments might this writer have had in mind in crediting Charlemagne with the creation of “modern Europe”? Choose the TWO correct answers.

A.
He established a peace that lasted for centuries.

B.
He blocked the power of the popes.

C.
He helped spread Christianity.***My answer

D.
He encouraged the creation of schools.***My answer

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  1. Read the following -- then let us know if you change your mind.

    Charlemagne - HISTORY
    https://www.history.com/topics/middle-ages/charlemagne
    In this role, he encouraged the Carolingian Renaissance, a cultural and intellectual revival in Europe. When he died in 814, Charlemagne's empire encompassed much of Western Europe, and he had also ensured the survival of Christianity in the West.

    How Charlemagne Changed the World - Live Science
    https://www.livescience.com/4892-charlemagne-changed-world.html
    Europe's Dark Ages ended when Charlemagne came along. ... to explore the discoveries, events and people that continue to affect the history ...

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  3. All of you are so coming here to cheat and you can't even get answers for yourself. I do my best to help you and you still are rude. This is a free service and you should respect what is given to you.

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  5. why is everyone always trying to pretend they are a teacher

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  6. then they big brain

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  7. is Jacky beans correct if not what are the answer. im trying to be nice i just need this one plz:)

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  9. I Agree with The Name

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  10. History is just gonna keep getting harder as time goes on, because there will be more history to learn. o.o

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  11. Please, stop impersonating me.

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  12. it's so easy to impersonate you though!!!! lol, not 👤writeacher btdubs!

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  13. how do we know you are not "arguing" with "Writeacher" and not yourself

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  14. also, I THOUGHT WE WERE ANSWERING A QUESTION.

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  15. OMGOSH NO ONE IS HELPFUL BUT RORA CAUSE THEY STAYED ON TOPIC
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