It was on late 8th century when the story of Carolingian Renaissance begins at the Carolingian Empire in Italy, Western Europe
Si Mia signora, it is the new Carolingian architectural style
Saluti mio Imperatore! My name is Alcuin, I was a Northumbrian monk & deacon who served as head of the Palace School from 782to 796
Is that the Lorsch Abbey gatehouse that people have been talking about?
Carolingian renaissance was ruled by the Holy Roman Emperor, Charlemagne. He unite most of Western Europe for the first time since the classical era of the Roman Empire and preserve the Latin culture.
From now on, the church and state will be united, peace will prevail and education will flourish!
The rise of Arab Empires started the slave trade in Europe but it resulted to economic growth in Carolingian period. It enabled the West to re-engage with the Muslim and Eastern Roman Empires so that other industries, such as textiles were able to grow in Europe
He is one of my leading scholars
A lack of Latin literacy in eighth-century western Europe caused problems for the Carolingian rulers and to address these problems, Charlemagne ordered the creation of schools and the recovery of Latin texts and learning, strictly Christian setting
Metalworks illuminated during this period together with Gothic art, manuscripts, small-scale sculpture, mosaics, and frescos making Carolingian Art prosper even more.
Carolingian Renaissance wrapped up with the construction of 27 new cathedrals, 417 monasteries, 100 royal residences, and expanded house in the 9th century. It was marked as the last great effort to revive classical culture before the late middle ages.