How did the Holy Roman Empire Form? | Animated History

How did the Holy Roman Empire Form? | Animated History

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The Holy Roman Empire was one of the oldest and most influential imperial institutions in all of Medieval history. Tracing its roots back to the early Frankish kingdoms and the heroic deeds of men like Charles Martel and Charlemagne, the HRE existed in one form or another for nearly a thousand years. Yet the term ‘Holy Roman Empire’ did not enter common use until the 13th Century with the reign of Frederick Barbarossa. In this video, we explore why this was the case, delving into the Empire’s long and tumultuous relationship with the Papacy in Rome, and the circumstances that led to the end of that relationship for good.

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