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Innocent III made the church a. more powerful. c. equal to the Holy Roman Emperor. b. less powerful. d. the supreme ruler of Italy.
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User: Innocent III made the church a. more powerful. c. equal to the Holy Roman Emperor. b. less powerful. d. the supreme ruler of Italy.

Weegy: Innocent III made the church more powerful. He exerted a wide influence over the Christian regimes of Europe, claiming supremacy over all of Europe's kings.
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User: wanted to control Italy but was resisted by the Lombard League

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Frederick I Barbarossa wanted to control Italy but was resisted by the Lombard League.
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