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 Translation for 'Charles the Bald' from English to Russian
NOUN   Charles the Bald | -
SYNO Charles | Charles I | Charles II | ...
ист.
Карл {м} II Лысый [король Западно-Франкского королевства ]
Charles the Bald [Charles II, king of the West Franks]
Partial Matches
ист.
Карл {м} Великий
Charles the Great [Charlemagne]
лысый {adj}bald
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плешивый {adj} [не имеющий волос на голове]bald [person]
орн.T
лысый ибис {м} [Geronticus calvus]
southern bald ibis
библ.религ.
Апокалипсис {м}
the Apocalypse
окружающая среда {ж}the environment
журн.
печать {ж} [пресса]
(the) press
геогр.
Зальцкаммергут {м}
(the) Salzkammergut
лит.ТВF
Смурфики
The Smurfs
усопший {м} [книжн.]the deceased
прошлое {с}the past
геогр.
Гималаи {мн}
the Himalaya
религ.
Рождество {с} Христово [само рождение]
the Nativity
наоборотto the contrary
потусторонний мир {м}(the) beyond
геогр.
Балканы {мн}
(the) Balkans
бо́льшая часть {ж} [чего-л.](the) bulk
мальтийцы {мн}the Maltese {pl}
французы {мн} [собир.]the French
тот же (самый) {pron}the same
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Usage Examples English
  • And again in 870, Rorik was received by Charles the Bald in Nijmegen, to whom he became a vassal.
  • The administrative importance of the city was strengthened by the implementation of a County in the 6th century with Turpion (or Turpin) (839–863), adviser to Charles the Bald.
  • Charlemagne's son Charles the Younger died without issue, but the name resurfaces repeatedly within the 9th-century Carolingian family tree, so with Charles the Bald (823–877), Charles the Fat (839–888) Charles of Provence (845–863), Charles the Child (847/848–866) and Charles the Simple (879–929).
  • Louis II, dissatisfied with having received no additional territory upon his father's death, allied with his uncle Louis the German against his brother Lothar and his uncle Charles the Bald in 858.
  • In 864 the King of West Francia, Charles the Bald, prohibited the construction of "castella" without his permission and ordered them all to be destroyed.

  • In 879, after the death of the Carolingian ruler Charles the Bald, Boso of Provence (also known as Boson), his brother-in-law, broke away from the Carolingian kingdom of Louis III and was elected the first ruler of an independent state of Provence.
  • The rest was shared between Lothar's brothers Charles the Bald (ruler of the West Frankish realm) and Louis the German (ruler of the East Frankish realm).
  • After the 843 Treaty of Verdun, the defeat of Pepin II and the death of Charles the Bald, the Kingdom of Aquitaine (subsumed in West Francia) ceased to have any relevance and the title of King of Aquitaine took on a nominal value.
  • The Battle of Toulouse of 844, pitting Charles the Bald against Pepin II of Aquitaine, was key in the Carolingian Civil War.
  • Rorik of Dorestad reappeared in Frankish chronicles in 870, when his Friesland demesne was returned to him by Charles the Bald.

  • He responded to William of Septimania's requests of assistance in his struggle against Charles the Bald who had claimed lands William considered to be his.
  • Ingiltrud, wife of Count Boso, had left her husband for a paramour; Nicholas commanded the bishops in the dominions of Charles the Bald to excommunicate her unless she returned to her husband.
  • portrays the Treaty of Verdun (843) between the warring grandsons of Charlemagne as the foundation event of an independent France under its first king Charles the Bald; an independent Germany under its first king Louis the German; and an independent intermediate state stretching from the Low Countries along the borderlands to south of Rome under Lothair I, who retained the title of emperor and the capitals Aachen and Rome without the jurisdiction.
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