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Pope Leo III crowning Charlemagne emperor [Credit: Courtesy of the Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris]

Coronation of Charlemagne, Friedrich Kaulbach. On Christmas Day, A.D.800, Pope Leo

Pope Leo III Crowning Charlemagne Holy Roman Emperor, 800 C.E.

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800 Charlemagne, King of the Franks, was crowned the first Holy Roman Emperor by Pope Leo III in Rome.

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An ancient illumination depicting the Crowning of Emperor Charlemagne by the Pope Leon III on Christmas Day of the year in Rome.

800 Charlemagne, King of the Franks, was crowned the first Holy Roman Emperor by Pope Leo III in Rome.

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Christmas Day, 800 AD: Charlemagne is crowned emperor by Pope Leo III in St. Peters

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