Medieval region west of the Rhine, between the Jura mountains and the North Sea; the northern portion of the lands assigned to Lothair I when the Carolingian empire was divided. It was called after...
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(from the article `coin`) ...bore the inscription MVNVS DIVINVM around a cross. They were struck sparingly, and no Carolingian gold thereafter appeared. Charlemagne`s pattern ... ...Lothar I in 855 between his sons: the elder of the two, Louis II, received Italy and the imperial title; his brother, Lothar, received the ... [5 related...
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Lotharingia (lothurin'ju) , name given to the northern portion of the lands assigned (843) to Emperor of the West Lothair I in the first division of the Carolingian empire (see Verdun, Treaty of). It comprised, roughly, the present Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Lorraine, Alsace, and NW Germa...
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Medieval region west of the Rhine, between the Jura mountains and the North Sea; the northern portion of the lands assigned to Lothair I when the Carolingian empire was divided. It was called after his son King Lothair, and later corrupted to Lorraine; it is now part of Alsace-Lorraine, France
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Lotharingia was a medieval successor kingdom of the Carolingian Empire, comprising the Low Countries, the western Rhineland, the lands today on the border between France and Germany, and what is now western Switzerland. It was born of the tripartite division in 855, of the kingdom of Middle Francia, itself formed of the threefold division of the C
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