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A Network project examining the ways in which Charlemagne material from medieval chronicle and epic has been appropriated by different linguistic cultures of medieval Europe; as a supplementary question the project will investigate the later reception in these cultures of the adapted medieval material, as Charlemagne continues to be considered a symbol of a wider cultural identity within in Europe.
This project explores the way the narratives about Charlemagne have been treated across Europe, with Charlemagne variously a figure of national pride, of enmity (in Medieval Spain) or of European unity.
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