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May 26, 2021

[Answer] Who was Charles the Bald?

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...1. Norwegian king 2. U.S. Vice President 3. Holy Roman Emperor 4. Leader of the Crusades




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Holy Roman Emperor - Nicknames aren't always nice — even when you're rich and powerful. Charles the Bald was famous for ruling the Holy Roman Empire and France (or at least the medieval territory known as West Francia) in the 9th century. Also known by the more dignified name Charles II, he was the son of emperor Louis I the Pious and his second wife, Judith. When his dad gifted him some land to rule, Charles II witnessed his inheritance trigger several civil wars. (The sons from his father’s first marriage weren’t exactly pleased.) However, the situation eventually stabilized somewhat and Charles was crowned emperor by Pope John VIII in 875. Some scholars have suggested that his nickname was actually meant as a joke, and that Charles II was, in fact, extremely hairy. :


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