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Which of the following best describes the contributions of Charles Martel to Europe during the Middle Ages? He united the Franks to fight off Muslim invasion. He united eastern and western
portions of the Roman Empire. He encouraged the development of the arts. He spread Christianity to new lands.
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User: Which of the following best describes the contributions of Charles Martel to Europe during the Middle Ages? He united the Franks to fight off Muslim invasion. He united eastern and western portions of the Roman Empire. He encouraged the development of the arts. He spread Christianity to new lands.

Weegy: He united the Franks to fight off Muslim invasion describes the contributions of Charles Martel to Europe during the Middle Ages.
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