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The launch party for the project took place at King's College London on Friday 12 December 2014. There were two competitions, the first of which was for the “strangest personal name in a medieval charter”. Entries were supplied by the project team as well as by other charter lovers (with grateful thanks to Giuseppe Albertoni, Jon Jarrett, Sören Kaschke, Thomas Kohl, Luca Larpi, Matt McHaffie, Fraser McNair, Sam Ottewill-Soulsby, Julia Smith and Joan Vilaseca!).
The Making of Charlemagne’s Europe database project will be holding a launch party to mark the database being made publically available on this website. The party will be at 5 pm on Friday 12th December at King’s College London (History Department, 8th Floor Strand campus). All are warmly invited to attend: please let Alice Rio (firstname.lastname@example.org) know by Thursday 4th December if you will be coming.
We are pleased to announce that the Charlemagne's Europe database will be available to the public on Thursday 4 December!
'Charlemagne: The First 1200 Years' was a half-day event commemorating Charlemagne's death, held at King's College London on 28 January 2014.
Welcome to the new website!