Charlemagne was a king in Europe who wanted to always create his own Christian Empire. Pope Leo in 799 asked King Charlemagne for protection, which he was rewarded by the Pope. As a Result, the Pope received power to crown the emperors. Charlemagne was a great King.
I wonder why this is all happening.
Charlemagne believed many of the proofs of blessings. Although, the Pope believed that a emperor should always be recognized by the churches. 200 years later, they got a very important visit from Pope Leo III. He had came from his rivals in Rome.
Yes, I think it would be a good rule
We don't need that rule
Pope Gregory was a monk, named Hildrebrand before being a Pope in 1203. King Henry IV reacted, by giving him the crown. Also King Henry recated easily to Pope Gregorys new rules.
The conflict between Pope Gregory and King Henry was that Pope Gregory had strong ideas about all of the powers of Pope and King Henry reacted to Gregory's rules. People across Europe reacted by the direct attack on his own power and rights. The attacks were not too bad.
Pope Gregory changed the rules and King Henry was furious. The continued to still fight each other and then excitedly came up with a final argument to end the big fight. The fight got out of hand but they were still able to make decisions when they had there u's and down's with each other.
Both Pope Gregory and King Henry, finally ended it and made their final decisions. The concordat worms is not successful. because there was a lot of fighting happening and arguing between both King Henry and Pope Henry. Excitingly, they were able to make there own decisions and lead a empire.