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The Church in the Early Middle Ages - Part 10 of 11 - The Christian-Frankish-Roman Empire in the West
Dr. John Rao
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  Visigothic, Irish, Benedictine, and Anglo-Saxon influences all came together in Frankish Gaul by the early 700's. The Carolingian Family came to power in an alliance with the Papacy, which could no longer work with the Emperors in Constantinople and needed help against the Lombards in Italy. Dr. Rao discusses the great medieval coalition of the Popes, Roman culture, and the Germans creating a new western Empire. The so-called "Carolingian Renaissance" enriched learning, art, and architecture. Taken from: The Church in the Early Middle Ages - 1994 VonHildebrand Institute



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