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Pope Leo III crowned Charlemagne.
Charlemagne was crowned (Western) Roman Emperor
Converted his kingdom to Christianity.
Charlemagne ruled from 768 AD to 814 AD. During his own reign he was to see three different popes rule over Christendom. These were: * Stephen IV (767-772 AD) * Adrian I (772-795 AD) * St. Leo III (795-816 AD)
Pope Leo III crowned Charlemagne as Emperor of the Romans on December 25, 800 AD.
Charlemagne was declared Emperor of the Romans by Pope Leo III when Leo crowned him on December 25, 800.
Pope Leo III crowning Charlemagne emperor, December 25, 800.
coronation of Charlemagne by Pope Leo III
charlamagne/chareles the great
It was Charlemagne, the king of the Franks. His coronation by the pope was the beginning of the Carolingian Empire (named after Charlemagne) which lasted from 800 to 888. To be precise, the pope was Leo III.