Death of Pipin III and ascent to the throne of Charles the Great (Charlemagne)

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Historical Context Note

Upon his death, the kingdom of Francia is divided between Charles and his brother Carloman, who becomes king of Austrasia. See our article on Early Middle Ages

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Editors. "Death of Pipin III and ascent to the throne of Charles the Great (Charlemagne)". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 May 2009
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