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Charlemagne did several things to make his Carolingian Empire larger and better administered with support from both vassals and the Church. Yet, not that many years after his death, much of that had been lost. Summarize what Charlemagne did to make his Empire larger and better administered. Identify at least two important things Charlemagne accomplished and explain your reasoning. Why, in your opinion, did the empire decline and fragment? Was this inevitable?
Weegy: To ensure justice, Charlemagne had these laws set down in writing and strictly enforced. He also issued capitularies that applied to all citizens. [ Charlemagne kept an eye on events in his empire through the use of missi dominici, representatives who acted with his authority. ] (More)
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Early Abbasid Islamic rule and civilization began what is often known as the first Golden Age of Islam. What policies and approaches did the Abbasids use to stabilize and legitimize their takeover of Islamic empire and rule? Describe at least two accomplishments of their civilization and evaluate why you see them as most important
Weegy: Abbasids originally gained power by exploiting the social inequalities against non-Arabs in the Umayyad Empire, ironically during Abbasid rule the empire rapidly Arabized. [ As knowledge was shared in the Arabic language throughout the empire, people of different nationalities and religions began to speak Arabic in their everyday lives. Resources from other languages began to be translated into Arabic, and a unique Islamic identity began to form that fused previous cultures with Arab culture, creating a level of civilization and knowledge that was considered a marvel in Europe. ] User: Great Britain was once under Roman control. (Points : 1) True False User: Great Britain was once under Roman control. (Points : 1) True False User: Buddhism failed to remain a significant religion in China because it appealed mostly to the poor people, but not elites and merchants. (Points : 1) True False Weegy: False. User: The Crusades __________________. (Points : 1) originated in a desire to open trade with Asia never managed to conquer Jerusalem, although that was their main focus served as a bridge between Europe and the goods and ideas of the East all of the above (More)
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The first political split in Islam concerned the rightful successors to Muhammad. (Points : 1) True False User: Among the accomplishments ascribed to Pope Gregory are that he User: Among the accomplishments ascribed to Pope Gregory are that he: (Points : 1) created the Papal States and supported missionaries to England and Ireland. crowned Charlemagne as emperor and launched the Crusades. launched the Crusades and reunified the Roman Catholic and ...
Weegy: First ... Leo III? It was Charlemagne. Why did Pope Leo III crown him Emperor of the ... [ Charlemagne as Holy Roman Emperor For more information, read the article on Pope Leo ... [ ] [ ] ] User: Which was the religion of the rulers of India's Gupta Empire (320-550 CE)? User: Which was the religion of the rulers of India's Gupta Empire (320-550 CE)? (Points : 1) Buddhism Islam Hinduism Confucianism Weegy: Buddhism User: Which emperor moved the capital of the Roman Empire from Rome to Byzantium (later, Constantinople)? (Points : 1) Constantine Justinian Augustus Charlemagne Weegy: Constantine User: Indian scholars contributed all but one of the following to the field of mathematics: (Points : 1) calculating pi to 3.1416. the base ten number system. the concept of zero. the sexagesimal (base 60) numeral system Weegy: calculating pi to 3.1416. User: What does Qur’an mean in Arabic Weegy: It is clear that after Allah parents are the persons who give us innumerable favors. They provide protection, food and clothing to the newly born. The mother sacrifices her comforts and sleep to provide comfort to her children. [ [ [ The father works hard to provide for their physical, educational and psychological (and spiritual) needs. It is a matter of common courtesy that if a person does you some favor you feel obliged to him. Verbally you say ?thank you? to him. You try to repay and compensate him for his gifts and favors. You feel a sense of gratitude towards him. So it is with Allah and with parents. Allah?s favors cannot be counted or repaid except by thanking Him and obeying His orders. After Allah our parents deserve our thanks and obedience for the favors they had done us. That?s why Quran lays stress on feeling grateful to parents, and doing good to them. ?And your Lord has ordained that you shall worship none save Him and shall do your parents a ... (More)
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