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Origin of Carolingian
OTHER WORDS FROM Carolingianpost-Car·o·lin·gi·an, adjectivepre-Car·o·lin·gi·an, adjective
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How to use Carolingian in a sentence
A girdle ornament in gold, set with garnets (fig. 28), is an example of Carolingian design of a high class.
Now the Emperor is putting on his domestic robes, we said a new dress, and after the old Carolingian pattern.
It is predominant among the theologians of the Carolingian time.The Influence of the Bible on Civilisation|Ernst Von Dobschutz
Each may be said to have passed through a Merovingian stage, and to have rebuilt itself larger and finer in Carolingian times.
While some portion may be Romanesque, it is uncommon to find any Carolingian vestige remaining.