-Hannah and Jordyn
Roman Emperor Romulus Augustus dethroned by barbarians
Cloris, 15, became king of the Franks. He was a warrior himself and then once he became king, he led wars for 30 years.
Martel came out victorious against Muslim armies from Spain. Europe remained Christian.
Martel's son, Pepin, asks the head of the church (Pope Zacharias) to recognize him as the new king. He was the first ever to rule with blessings of the church.
Charlemagne invades Spain, the Muslims previously ruled this land
Vikings invade Europe. They became too populated and needed more space.
Charlemagne marched to Italy to help Pope Leo the third put down rebellion
Charlemagne died at the age of 72; he had a high fever and took liquid medicine.
Charlemagne's rule is ended by war.
Louis the Pious dies. He was the son of Charlemagne and lacked his strength and shrewdness.
Feudalism spreads to Northern France.
Feudalism spreads through western Europe.
King William the conqueror takes control of England. Using the feudalism system he divides the land among followers.