Carolus Magnus

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Deutsch: Karl I. der Große, (* wahrscheinlich 2. April 748 in Prüm; † 28. Januar 814 in Aachen) aus dem Geschlecht der Karolinger, Enkel von Karl Martell.
English: Charlemagne (c. 742 or 747 – January 28, 814) (or Charles the Great, in Latin Carolus Magnus, giving rise to the adjective form "Carolingian"), was king of the Franks from 771 to 814, nominally King of the Lombards, and Holy Roman Emperor — Imperator and Augustus.
Français : Charlemagne, roi des francs, principal souverain de la dynastie carolingienne.
Nederlands: Karel de Grote, koning der Franken en keizer va het Heilige Roomse Rijk.
Português: Carlos Magno, rei dos francos, imperador do sagrado império romano.
Latina: Carolus Magnus Caesar et imperator semper augustus ab dei gratia, rex francorum et langobardorum.
Українська: Карл Великий, король франків і цісар Священної Римської Імперії.

Images from the Carolingian era[edit]

Artifacts related to Charlemagne from the Carolingian era[edit]

Medieval and modern reception (post Carolingian era)[edit]

Statues (modern)[edit]