They rode as far as Tours on the Loire until stopped by the French cavalry of Charles Martel.
Europe, threatened by a new invasion of the barbarians, owes its safety to the genius of another Charles Martel.
Charles Martel made sure his victory by another successful campaign.
Charles Martel laid aside these assemblies, and governed by open force.
On that epoch-making day, the bloody axe of Charles Martel graved deep his name on the annals of France.
The officer who accompanied Charles Martel seemed to be twenty-five years of age—tall, slender, powerfully built.
He died in 755, two or three years after the victory of Charles Martel over the Saracens.
An unknown officer by the name of Grant arose from obscurity and became the Charles Martel of the great slave war.
With Charles Martel begins the great period of Austrasian history.
During the government of Charles Martel important changes appear to have been made in the internal administration.