IMD strives to enrich learning experience. IMD provide tools and resources that makes teaching easier and learning more satisfying.

Charlemagne, 742 - 814, Western Europe,

The king who unified Western Europe after the Roman Empire, Charlemagne, also knows as Charles the Great of Charles I, is considered the Father of Europe. Both the French and German monarchies consider themselves descendants of Charlemagne. Charlemagne's empire is divided into three parts, with the eastern and western part forming modern France and Germany. Both France and Germany fight over the central, weak part, spunning future wars (such as Franco-Prussian war). He lead the defeat of Lombards in Italy, winning gratitude from Pope Leo III and the Roman church. His great-grand-father, Clovis I, was a Frankish leader that converted to Christianity and lead attacks on Arians such as Burgundians and Germans.
Charles, , The Great
Alternative Name: Charles I
People type: political leader
Achievement: Unified Western Europe after Roman Empire fell
Carolingian renaissance
| | | Pepin the short, Bertrada of Laon
Louis the Pious
enter| enter
enter| enter
enter| enter
Miscellaneous notes: Franco-German enmity,
Book related to: enter
Related to person: enter
Related to person: enter
Related to person: enter
Click to find people, era, event, milestone that overlap with era

Here is a list of relevant people, milestones, people and events connected by country

Found following people by country name matching:

Homer Homer Homer -850 -750
Plato Plato Plato -428 -347
Archimedes Archimedes of Syracuse -287 -212
Caesar Augustus Caesar Augustus -63 14
Diocletian Diocletianus Augustus 233 311
Charlemagne Charles The Great 742 814
Louis the Pious Louis Pious 778 840
Bi Sheng Sheng Bi 990 1051
Altertus Magnus Albertus Magnus 1193 1280
Marco Polo Marco Polo 1254 1324
Leonardo da Vinci Leonardo da Vinci 1452 1519
Vasco da Gama Vasco da Gama 1460 1524
George Hartmann George Hartmann 1489 1564
Li Zicheng Zicheng Li 1606 1645
Wu Sangui Sangui Wu 1612 1678
newton Isaac Newton 1643 1727
KangxiEmperor Xuanye Kangxi 1654 1722
Jean le Rond dAlembert Jean-Baptiste dAlembert 1717 1783
Victor Hugo Victor Hugo 1802 1885
Richard Wagner Wilhelm Wagner 1813 1883
Clara Schumann Clara Schumann 1819 1896
Joseph Stalin Joseph Stalin 1878 1953

Found following era name by country matching:

Found following event by country matching:

English Revolution of 1688 1688 1688
Mexican-American War 1846 1848
Austro-Prussian War 1866 1866
Franco-Prussian War 1870 1871

Found following milestone by country matching: