Popes Vs Rulers

Popes Vs Rulers

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  • I declare you emperor.
  • Hey byzantium is upset with the rule of that popes can choose emperor
  • I beg to differ and i think this going to be a great reinforcement
  • No! God has made me emperor!
  • I made you Emperor fool!
  • you cant attack my rights like that
  • Charlemagne was a devout christian and his goal was to spread chistianity ,and wanted to become an emperor. Charlemagne and the pope did cooperate with each other.Finally he had acheived his dream.
  • I declare power over the church completelty 
  • The two lasting effects of this coronation was it strengthened the power of the church in western europe by establishing the principle that the pope could only crown the emperor. However this in westen eurpope this idea was seen as insult to the byzantine empire.
  • Charlemagne believed that God had made him emperor in order to do God's work on Earth.The pope believed that the Church had made charlemagne emperor.Then 200 hundred years later after Charlemagne's coronation, these different views led to a dramatic clash between an emperor and the pope.
  • Pope gregory in 1073 issued a list of rules declaring supreme power over the church and secular, or noncurch,leaders.Gregory declared  the pope alone had the power to choose bishops and even claimed to have the power to remove emperors from the throne. King Henry reacted to this knowing that they were a direct attack on his own powers and rights
  • The conflict between pope Gregory began when henry ignored the popes rules and named his own bishop for the city of milan, Italy. The people across europe reacted by taking sides of the clergy and secular rule.Putting in an effort to end his excommunication.
  • The conflict ended for pope gregory and king Henry  in agreement called the Concordat of worms. This agreement gave the Church the  authority to appoint bishops. But also allowed emperors to give fiefs or grants of land to bishops in order to win their loyalty
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