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Medieval Christian king

Medieval Christian king

Medieval kings were typically depicted sitting on their thrones, wearing a crown and the Royal regalia.

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Christian king, king, Christian, Middle Ages, ruler, throne, hereditary, right, power, crown, leader, sacred, dynasty, symbol, secular

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Questions

  • What kind of power did medieval Christian kings NOT have?
  • Which dynasty of Frankish kings was Charlemagne a member of?
  • Is it true that medieval Christian kings also had a religious role?
  • With whom did the Holy Roman Emperors have a long conflict (Investiture Contest)?
  • Which royal dynasty was Richard III a member of?
  • Who did medieval kings receive their crowns from?
  • Which medieval Christian ruler is considered the ´Father of Europe´?
  • Is it true that a medieval Christian king was a vassal on no one?
  • Which symbol of authority was NOT worn by medieval Christian kings?
  • Which symbol of authority was NOT worn by medieval Christian kings?
  • Which furniture became a symbol of medieval rulers?
  • Where does the tradition of anointing originate from?
  • Is it true that medieval kings (similarly to bishops) were anointed?
  • Who performed the anointing of medieval kings?
  • What does ´primogeniture´ mean?
  • What was not one of the rights of medieval kings?
  • What was not one of the rights of medieval kings?
  • What does the firstborn´s right mean?
  • Is it true that in medieval kingdoms female descendants could not inherit the throne?
  • When was Charlemagne crowned?
  • Where was Charlemagne crowned?
  • Who crowned Charlemagne, Emperor of the Romans?
  • What was Charlemagne not good at?
  • Which language did Charlemagne NOT speak?
  • Which city was the centre of Charmenagne´s empire?
  • What did Charlemagne not like\nto do?

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Christian king

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