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Which of the following people was called the Mayor of the Palace? a. Alcuin c. Pepin II b. Pepin the Short d. Charles Martel
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User: Which of the following people was called the Mayor of the Palace? a. Alcuin c. Pepin II b. Pepin the Short d. Charles Martel

Weegy: Pepin II was called the Mayor of the Palace.



User: After Charlemagne's death, his kingdom declined due to all of the following except a. Louis the Pious, his son, was weak and short sighted. c. Muslims, Slavs, and Magyars invaded the kingdom. b. The Spanish March collapsed, leading to a Viking invasion. d. His sons split the kingdom and continued to fight each other.

Weegy: After Charlemagne's death, his kingdom declined due to all of the following except - The Spanish March collapsed, leading to a Viking invasion.

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User: fight which halted Muslim advancements

Weegy: Battle of Tours: halted Muslim advancements.



User: Charlemagne ______________. a. established the Carolingians c. created the Treaty of Verdun b. defeated the Lambards for the Pope d. established the Spanish March

Weegy: Charlemagne established the Carolingians.



User: Which of the following people was called Emperor of the Romans by the Pope? a. Pepin II c. Pepin the Short b. Charles Martel d. Charlemagne

Weegy: Charlemagne was called Emperor of the Romans by the Pope.



User: Which of the following statements about the Vikings is not true? a. They were Germanic tribes and absorbed the Franks under one ruler. c. They brought slaves home with them after raids. b. They built sturdy ships and used dogs and axes to conquer. d. They were pagans and ruled by kings and nobles.

Weegy: They brought slaves home with them after raids. This statement is NOT true about vikings.

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User: Charlemagne ruled with the help of missi domini, or a. the Lord's Messengers. c. the king’s soldiers. b. the emperor's generals. d. the king's executioners.

Weegy: Charlemagne ruled with the help of missi domini, or the Lord's Messengers.



User: The_______ were pagans.

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