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 The idea of a continued Roman Empire was laid 801 with the coronation of Charlesmagne. With the disintegration of the Frankish Empire, the title, while still being granted by the Pope, lost significance. However, in 962 Otto the Great of Germany (the East Frankish realm) was crowned Roman Emperor, and with that, the imperial dignity remained in the eastern half of Charlemagne'​s former empire. ​ The idea of a continued Roman Empire was laid 801 with the coronation of Charlesmagne. With the disintegration of the Frankish Empire, the title, while still being granted by the Pope, lost significance. However, in 962 Otto the Great of Germany (the East Frankish realm) was crowned Roman Emperor, and with that, the imperial dignity remained in the eastern half of Charlemagne'​s former empire. ​
  
-The Holy Roman Empire was on its peaken during its time under the Emperors of the House of (Hohen)Staufen,​ most prominently Frederick I Barbarossa and his grandson, Frederick II The "​Heretics King". During this time it was feudally organised and thus decentralised,​ but so was every other realm in Europe at the time. The central authority of contemporary France was even considered weaker. Thus, it is no wonder that many timelines deal with that, often attempting to avoid the dwindling of imperial power. [[offtopic:​Faeelin]]'​s //​**[[timelines:​The Prince of Peace]]**// and [[offtopic:​Midgard]]'​s //​**[[timelines:​ Unholy Roman Empire]]**//​ do this. Other timelines in this period are [[offtopic:​Shadow Knight]]'​s //​**[[timelines:​Tuscan Sons]]**// and Justin Pickard'​s //​**[[timelines:​The Lantern Empires]]**//​.+The Holy Roman Empire was on its peaken during its time under the Emperors of the House of (Hohen)Staufen,​ most prominently Frederick I Barbarossa and his grandson, Frederick II The "​Heretics King". During this time it was feudally organised and thus decentralised,​ but so was every other realm in Europe at the time. The central authority of contemporary France was even considered weaker. Thus, it is no wonder that many timelines deal with that, often attempting to avoid the dwindling of imperial power. [[offtopic:​Faeelin]]'​s //​**[[timelines:​The Prince of Peace]]**// and [[offtopic:​Midgard]]'​s //​**[[timelines:​ Unholy Roman Empire]]**//​ do this. Other timelines in this period are [[offtopic:​Shadow Knight]]'​s //​**[[timelines:​Tuscan Sons]]**// and [[offtopic:Justin Pickard]]'s //​**[[timelines:​The Lantern Empires]]**//​.
  
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