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The Western Empire, the Church and Caesao Papism: I
Dr. John C. Rao
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  If the Papacy thought that it would escape the kinds of Church-State problems that it had experienced in its relationship with the Emperors in Constantinople under the new alliance with the Carolingians it was sadly mistaken. Problems emerged in a variety of realms, including Iconoclasm and the conduct of the missions. Taken from the Roman Forum Gardone Symposium 2007 - Christianity and the Carolinigians (751-896). Part 5 of 10



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