He was not like a lot of other conquerors who just ruthlessly conquered for power. He was a just man a great leader. Charlemagne died on January 28 in 814, about a year before He died, Charlemagne crowned his only surviving son, Louis the Pious, as emperor. Louis was a very religious man but not an amazing ruler, like his father. The leaders after Charlemagne lacked the power and will to do as good as He had done.
Thomas Becket was King Henry’s chief administrator. Becket was convinced by King Henry II to become the new Archbishop after the See of Canterbury fell empty in 1162. Thomas Becket started to change while being the Archbishop after King Henry II was not sympathetic towards the battle going on between church and state. King Henry being Thomas Becket’s friend he completely changed his personality after this incident. Thomas Becket started to become severe and strict regarding church law.
Where is Mr. Vuiton?”, Elysa asked. "My father had passed away one year ago, Princess", Louis said. "Louis I sorry to hear that", Princess said. "Never mind, my father's departure was caused by the greed of Queen Orlanda who have made corruption in the Kingdom until we can not fulfill our needs, but I have made a promise to my father to defend righteousness in the Kingdom of Dellion. Princess why are you here?”, Louis asked.
In 1517, indulgence salesman Johan Tetzel came to a town near Wittenberg. Luther wrote a letter of protest to Archbishop Albrecht von Brandenburg; he included 95 theses that criticized papal abuses and indulgence sales. His theses were printed and circulated in Germany. His opinions preceded what would later become the Protestant Reformation, which had a lasting impact on the Catholic Church. Luther felt strongly about many aspects of the Church and made his opinions known during his lifetime.
Edwin was buried in Hampstead Cemetery. I feel as though Edwin A. Abbott was a very outspoken and unique person. I think me and him would get along very well because he had many innovations to his specialties and I as well have many ideas running through me. Edwin seems like the type I to make me question my own way of seeing things, he bring me new ideas. As a theologist Edwin had to study religion and beliefs that meaning he was into religion and once again into different
Pope Leo X was the current Pope during Martin Luther’s time. Pope Leo was born in 11th December, 1475. As Leo grew up, him and his brother Pietro was taught by their father in arts who was the ruler of Florence. On the 9th of March, 1513, Leo was ordained as Pope. While Leo was Pope, he knew that he had a lot of power over people and knew that they would listen to everything that he says.
He spoke seven languages, became an accomplished violinist, inventor, and was the principal author of the Declaration of Independence, among many other noteworthy accomplishments. Jefferson was elected as this nations third president in 1800. He would go on to serve two terms as one of Americas most popular presidents. Although he was a wealthy and highly educated politician, he was a man of the people. He was once quoted as saying, “I hope our wisdom will grow with our power, and teach us, that the less we use our power the greater it will be.” and his policies reflected this.
Due to Tutankhaten's young age when he assumed power, the first years of his reign were probably controlled by an elder known as Ay, who bore the title of Vizier.As the populace was forced to honor Aten, the religious conversion threw the society into chaos. The capital was changed from Thebes to Amarna, and Akhenaten put all of his efforts into the religious transition, neglecting domestic and foreign affairs. As the power struggle between old and new intensified, Akhenaten became more autocratic and his regime more corrupt. Following a 17-year
But Luther continued to show heroism and continued his work. On January 3, 1521 Pope Leo II excommunicated Luther. The pope’s reasoning for this was for Luther not stopping his teachings. (Althus 236) this was a very big deal due to the fact that it meant you were a sinner and were to be shunned. In the winter and spring of 1521 Luther was brought before a diet and was given a chance to repute his teachings.
He sailed to America in 1777, and was welcomed by the leaders. On July 31, Congress commissioned him a Major General in the Continental Army. Lafayette was chosen to be a Major General because he was the highest rank of French nobility, and because they saw that his motives were very patriotic for the American cause. Later that summer Lafayette met George Washington. They developed a close friendship.
In 1095 on November 27 in Clermont,France, Pope Urban the II called for a Crusade to help the Byzantines and free the city of Jerusalem. The official start date was set as August 15, 1096. This order little did he know would be the cause of a battle that turned into 9 war’s that last for nearly 200 years. This event in history clearly has a outcome that is way more negative than positive. Have you ever imagined being in the middle of a 200 year war people dropping like flies just because of an argument over one city?
Kennedy’s dad had high expectations for him, as a result, Kennedy was a better president. John Kennedy was born on May 29, 1917; His parents were the well-known Joseph and Rose Kennedy. As a child, John Kennedy suffered from many various diseases, for instance, scarlet fever and the flu. While John Kennedy was studying at Harvard, he traveled to Europe as his father’s secretary. After John Kennedy graduated from
William Penn was a very independent man who had different thoughts than others, which led him to great things even though he was punished all the way through his discovering of Pennsylvania. William Penn was born October 24, 1644, in London, United Kingdom, and was the child of Margaret Jasper and Sir William Penn, and he also had one sibling named Peggy Penn. He attended Christ Church College (University of Oxford) and studied to be a Lawyer. He ended up getting expelled for criticizing the Church of England. His father eventually sent him off to France to finish school, there he studied theology at the Protestant Academy in Saumur.
When Louis was twenty he married a woman named Margaret, she was the daughter of Count of Provence and the sister of Eleanor the wife of Henry III of England. Charlemagne and King Louis IX of France’s social background are not far different at all. They are very similar because they both were born into royal families, and their fathers died while they were kings so both took the throne at a young age. Charlemagne and King Louis have similar cultural backgrounds because both are Christians. Charlemagne was known as the zealous defender of Christianity.
He accepted a position as the assistant to the great AME Bishop Morris Brown in 1844. He became responsible for overseeing expansion in the western regions. His success was so highly tremendous that he was designated Saint Paul of the AME church. He helped initiate 72 new congregations and 47 churches which was a highly advanced arrangement between 1841 and 1844. His communique of his activities made the delegates in the AME General Conference so highly impressed that they elected him to the denomination’s Fourth Bishop in 1844.