Pepin the Short was the king of France, as well as the son of Charles Martel. Charles was a great leader, but once he died, the Franks had no ruler for 4 years due to Charles never appointing a new king. However, his sons Pepin and Carloman split the kingdom in 741.
Pepin was a great general. He was able to see potential in dangers, and then make plans for them. He was able to adapt in battle, and had great powers as an administrator. Pepin also appointed Childeric III as king of France, but Pepin later became the ruler of France himself.
Pepin was crowned as king by Pope Zachary. Pope Zachary eventually crowned Pepin’s two sons; Charles and Carloman (different from the one mentioned earlier.)
Pepin was able to accomplish many things in his lifetime, even though he was never as successful as his father or son, he was considered a great mayor overall. Some of his accomplishments were being able to expand Frankish territory, being able to spread Frankish church in Germany, and contain Iberian Muslims, as well as preventing expansion.
Pepin died during a military campaign in 768. And again, although not being as great as his father or son, Pepin had unique abilities and accomplishments that made him a great ruler of the Franks.
Saxons were a tribe of people who inhabited Britain. Saxon culture contained of architecture, art, literature, etc.
Saxon buildings were quite simple. They were made mostly of wood, and the roof being made of thatch. They usually built their houses around agricultural sites. Also, the Saxons were very fond of wood, using it for cups and halls.
Saxon art was mostly comprised of jewelry. They have made several brooches, buckles, beads, and wrist-clasps, many of which were made of outstanding quality. They most commonly used gold and silver to create these pieces.
Saxon literature was written in Old English. They wrote Bible translations, riddles, chronicles, legal works, and more. Their works weren’t focused around rhyming, rather alliteration. Alliteration was basically repeated stressed vocals, sound, etc. At the start of the next line of a writing, there would also be a brief pause between sentences.
Why is it important to study religions, even if you disagree/don’t believe in them? Well, I give you a few reasons why.
For starters, it’s good to study religions so you know more about them, even if you don’t agree with them. This could help you understand points of view from the people with that religion better. And if you are in school, it could also help you with some essays or papers about that religion.
It is also important to study about religion (this mostly applies to larger religions like Christianity or Islam) because of how big they are. You cold be curious on what makes these religions so big, and that could be a driving reason on why you would want to study them
As Christianity began to spread within the Roman Empire, many church fathers rose and helped Christianity spread. This essay is going to tell you about a few, and summarize their lives. Continue reading
When emperors weren’t dying and wars weren’t breaking out, Romans often were doing many other different things. Continue reading
Marcus Aurelius was the first co-emperor of Rome.
He was born in 121 A.D. into a patrician family, which meant he was in a very privileged part of society in Rome. He grew up in a disciplined yet comfortable lifestyle and was offered many times to school at home by tutors. Continue reading
After Jesus’s death, his followers, dubbed disciples, were then called apostles. They became the leaders of the church after Jesus’s death and resurrection, Simon Paul being the leader of them all. Continue reading