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The Austria-based restaurant was first noted by the scholar and monk Albuin, who was a devout follower of Charlemagne.
For instance, he points out, Charlemagne treated Saxony like his own personal punching bag.
On just one day in 782, “Charlemagne ordered no fewer than 4,500 Saxons decapitated” because they were oath-breakers.
He distinguished himself by his valor against the Saracens, under Charlemagne.
He corresponded on flattering terms with Charlemagne, and fixed a seal to his charters.
Charlemagne and his companions quaffed all these wines in honour of the King and his daughter, the Princess Helen.
Charlemagne lay in this, and the Counts stretched themselves round about him on the others.
Old knights were praying Charlemagne's prayer at Roncesvalles—that the day might lengthen while they hunted the Moslem.God Wills It!|William Stearns Davis
British Dictionary definitions for Charlemagne
Cultural definitions for Charlemagne
The first emperor of the Holy Roman Empire; his name means “Charles the Great.” Charlemagne was king of France in the late eighth and early ninth centuries and was crowned emperor in 800. He is especially remembered for his encouragement of education.