What goals did the ruler Charlemagne set for himself?

Charles I the Great – King of the Franks and Lombards, Duke of Bavaria and Emperor of the West from 768 to 814; founder of the Carolingian dynasty. The main goals of the reign of Charlemagne: the overthrow of paganism, the annexation of new lands for the revival of the Holy Roman Empire, the centralization of various authorities around the emperor, the development of science and the availability of education for the people and the clergy, the systematization of the management of agriculture and town planning, the strengthening of the national bargaining chip.

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