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First Things First
   The Frankish Kingdom in 780
        From Merovingians to Carolingians
        Geopolitics from 400 A.D. to 1000 A.D
        .The Reappearance of The Empire Among The Carolingians
        The Successors of Charlemagne
        The Origins of Feudalism
        The Carolingian Dynasty (With Notes about the Queens and Empresses)
        The Carolingian Era at The City Level
        Society, Economy in the Carolingian Times
        The Idea of Monarchy Today, in France
   People and Countries
   The Carolingians and the Church
        The Popes of the Carolingian Times (590-996)
        The Benedictines, the Carolingian Monks
        The Question Of the Eastern Church
        The Ecumenical Councils
        The Carolingians and the Idea of the Apocalypse
        More On the Christian Practice in Carolingian Times
        The Apparition of the Virgin Mary in Utelle in 850
        The Public Morality In the Carolingian Times
        The Statements of James Cameron About the Tomb of Christ
   Links to Famed Texts (Einhard, etc)

Charlemagne and Alcuin
   Evolution of Culture Between Rome and The Carolingians
   The Carolingian Renaissance
   Alcuin
   Paulinus
   Enlisting Clergy
   The Palace School

Carolingian Scholars
   Alcuin's Pupils
   Rabanus Maurus
   Irishmen

Rome and Iona
   Jarrow School
   Iona School
   The Transition Between the Antiquity and the Western Culture

The Seven Liberal Arts
   Seven Liberal Arts
        Philosophy
        Mathematics
        Astronomy
        The Gregorian Chant
        Medicine
        Meteorology
        The Languages Used in the Carolingian Times
   Schools
   Teaching
        Working in the "scriptorium"
        The Caroline Minuscule
        The Western Monachism by Pope Benedict XVI (September 2008)
        What History is In the Western World?
   How Would a Carolingian Scholar...

A Base for Middle Ages' True Renaissance
   Fulda
   Schools of Carolingian Times
   The Medieval Renaissance
        Christian Theology from the Fathers To the 13th Century
   Byzantium and The West

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