Origin of Carolingian
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While some portion may be Romanesque, it is uncommon to find any Carolingian vestige remaining.
Each may be said to have passed through a Merovingian stage, and to have rebuilt itself larger and finer in Carolingian times.
The period is what is called Carlovingian or Carolingian, after the great ruler Charlemagne.The Mediaeval Mind (Volume I of II)|Henry Osborn Taylor
The earliest representation of the crwth yet discovered dates from the Carolingian period.
The first stage of learning is represented by the Carolingian period, which we have considered.The Mediaeval Mind (Volume II of II)|Henry Osborn Taylor
1881, "belonging to the dynasty founded by Carl the Great" (French Charlemagne), from Latin Carolus "Charles;" also cf. Carlovingian.