Divided Holy Roman Empire of East Francia

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Divided Holy Roman Empire of East Francia

4th/6 providential periods of the Period of the Divided Christian Empire of East and West on the 6th/8 levels; the worldwide or global level extent, scope or context of providential history is divided into 2 sub-periods.

The Carolingian Empire was divided into two kingdoms: the Holy Roman Empire in the east and France in the west. Although when the Carolingian Empire was first divided, it was split into the kingdoms of the East Francia (AD 840-AD 962), the West Francia and Italy, Italy soon reverted to the rule of the East Franks (Kingdom of Germany) and together these constituted the Holy Roman Empire, while the West Franks consolidated as the Kingdom of France.[1]

1st/2 sub-periods of the Divided Holy Roman Empire of East Francia covers roughly the same time as the 400 years of the Period of the Divided Christian Empire of East and West of AD 919 through to AD 1308. The Holy Roman Empire stood in the position of Abel in relation to France, as the kingdom of the West Franks came to be called.[2]

Kings of East Francia (Germany) began in AD 843 continuing through to Henry I the Fowler of the Ottonian dynasty being the first king of the Divided Holy Roman Empire of East Francia Francia in AD 919 while further kings of East Francia continued until AD 962 when Italy; the Holy Roman Empire joined with Germany under the reign of Otto I the Great.

Holy Roman Empire until Avignon

Ottonian dynasty

20 rulers of the Divided Holy Roman Empire of East Francia paralleling the 20 rulers of the Southern Kingdom of Judah:

Germany within the Holy Roman Empire:

Salian dynasty

Supplinburger dynasty

Hohenstaufen and Welf

Habsburg and Nassau

Also See

References

Annual Periods
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Period of the Divided Christian Empire of East and West Divided Holy Roman Empire of East Francia Divided Christian Empire of the West Francia

Notes

  1. The Four-Hundred-Year Period of the Divided Kingdoms of East and West
  2. The Period of the Divided Kingdoms of North and South and the Period of the Divided Kingdoms of East and West

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