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Who was Charlemagne? Charlemagne was the son of Pepin the short, who began his dynasty in northern Italy with a policy of territorial conquest. Charlemagne stood an amazing six foot three and a half inches tall. He was known for is practical jokes, good humor, and generosity.

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StudentAshlee LauridsenHIS 101, Section G12First Paper AssignmentWho was Charlemagne? Charlemagne was the son of Pepin the short, who began his dynasty in northern Italy with a policy of territorial conquest. Charlemagne stood an amazing six foot three and a half inches tall. He was known for is practical jokes, good humor, and generosity. Charlemagne had five official wives and many mistresses; he also fathered many children in his time. His eldest son Pepin was jealous by the attention his father gave to the sons of his second wife. He then joined noble enemies to plot against Charlem

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