Carolingian Dynasty Timeline

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  • 450 CE - 751 CE
    Merovingian Dynasty in Francia.
  • 718 CE - 741 CE
    Reign of Charles Martel.
  • 751 CE - 768 CE
    Reign of Pepin the Short, founder of Carolingian Dynasty.
  • 751 CE - 887 CE
    Reign of the Carolingian Dynasty in Francia and the Holy Roman Empire.
  • 768 CE - 814 CE
    Charlemage reigns as King of the Franks.
  • 768 CE - 771 CE
    Charlemagne co-rules Francia with his brother Carloman I until Carloman's death.
  • 772 CE - 804 CE
    The Saxon Wars; Charlemagne defeats the Saxons and establishes Christianity in Saxony.
  • 774 CE - 814 CE
    Charlemagne reigns as King of the Franks and Lombards.
  • 800 CE - 814 CE
    Reign of Charlemagne, Holy Roman Emperor.
  • 814 CE - 840 CE
    Reign of Louis the Pious.
  • 840 CE - 843 CE
    Civil war breaks out between sons of Louis the Pious.
  • 20 Jun 840 CE
    Louis the Pious, King of the Franks and Holy Roman Emperor, dies.
  • 843 CE
    Treaty of Verdun ends civil war; establishes East Francia, Middle Francia, West Francia.
  • 843 CE - 876 CE
    Reign of Louis the German as King of East Francia.
  • 843 CE - 855 CE
    Reign of Lothar I as Holy Roman Emperor and King of Middle Francia (Lotharingia).
  • 843 CE - 877 CE
    Reign of Charles the Bald in the Kingdom of West Francia.
  • 855 CE
    The Treaty of PrĂ¼m partitions Middle Francia into the kingdoms of Lotharingia, Italy, and Provence at the death of Lothar I, Holy Roman Emperor.
  • 855 CE - 875 CE
    Reign of Louis II, Holy Roman Emperor.
  • 855 CE - 869 CE
    Reign of Lothar II as King of Lotharingia.
  • 875 CE - 877 CE
    Reign of Charles the Bald as Holy Roman Emperor and King of Italy.
  • 877 CE - 879 CE
    Reign of Louis the Stammerer in the Kingdom of West Francia.
  • 879 CE - 884 CE
    Reign of Carloman II of West Francia in the Kingdom of West Francia.
  • 881 CE - 887 CE
    Reign of Charles the Fat as Holy Roman Emperor.
  • Nov 887 CE
    The Carolingian Empire collapses after Charles the Fat is deposed by nobles from around the empire.