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[History] > 8th Century - Chet - Charlemagne

Spoke 8

Ruth, Amos, I Thessalonians

And ye became followers of us, and of the Lord, having received the word in much affliction, with joy of the Holy Ghost: So that ye were ensamples to all that believe in Macedonia and Achaia.

Spoke 8, Cycle 3
(I Thessalonians 1.6f)

Charlemagne and the Number 8

Charlemagne began his reign as King of the Franks in the Eighth Century (768 AD). He was not crowned Emperor of the Roman Empire until the dawn of the Ninth Century on Christmas Day of the year n800, which coincides with the value of the Greek word pic (Kurios, Lord). Earlier in the Eighth Century he began building his Church in Aachan This link takes you off the Bible Wheel site and opens a new window with an octangular Cathedral, as shown below:

  1. Palace Chapel (Octagon with two-storied, sixteen-sided polygon)
  2. Former Choir of the Palace Chapel
  3. West wing (three-floored)
  4. Atrium with four rotunda (Exedra) and fountains
  5. Northern annex (three naves)
  6. Southern annex (hall and gallery) Portico

More pictures of this Cathedral are available from Catholic University of America This link takes you off the Bible Wheel site and opens a new window (who really liked Charlemagne because of his strong support for the Pope).

There seems to have been some awareness of the meaning of the Number 8 in the Court of the Holy Roman Empire, since Otto I was crowned at Aachen with an octangular crown.

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