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THE HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE. What was it?. WHAT WAS IT?. A German (and sometimes Italian) empire created in the tradition of Charlemagne’s Frankish empire and the Roman Empire

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what was it
WHAT WAS IT?
  • A German (and sometimes Italian) empire created in the tradition of Charlemagne’s Frankish empire and the Roman Empire
  • Not really Holy (conflicts with church), Roman (based mostly around Germans), or an Empire (did not have diverse group of citizens).
otto the great
OTTO THE GREAT
  • Idolized Charlemagne
  • Formed close alliance between what would become the Holy Roman Empire and the Pope
  • Took over part of modern-day Italy
  • Crowned King in 936, crowned emperor in 962
henry iv of germany
HENRY IV of GERMANY
  • Famously involved in investiture controversy with Pope Gregory VII
  • Lost power for secular rulers everywhere
pope gregory vii
POPE GREGORY VII
  • Famously won power for church after humiliating Henry IV at the Showdown at Canossa (1077).
  • Issue is finally solved at Concordat of Worms (1122).
frederick i
FREDERICK I
  • Known as “Barbarossa”
  • Angered the Pope and Italian merchants, losing significant power
  • Famous Crusader
  • Drowned in 1190