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At the invitation of Charlemagne, he became a leading scholar and teacher at the Carolingian court, where he remained a figure in the 780s and 790s.
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At the invitation of Martin Bucer, Calvin proceeded to Strasbourg, where he became the minister of a church of French refugees.
At the same time Lynne was completing production work on George Harrison's Cloud Nine, and all three had lunch one day when Orbison accepted an invitation to sing on Harrison's album.
At the invitation of Wolfgang Steinecke, Adorno took part in the Darmstadt Summer Courses for New Music in Kranichstein from 1951 to 1958.
At the invitation of Peter Szondi, Adorno was invited to the Free University of Berlin to give a lecture on Goethe's Iphigenie in Tauris.
At the invitation of Germany 14 countries attended the Berlin Conference in 1884-1885 to come to an agreement amongst them about the division of the territories.
* September 5 – At the invitation of the Maltese, British troops liberate the Islands of Malta and Gozo from the French.
At the invitation of opera director Peter Sellars, he created video sequences to be shown as a backdrop to the action on stage during the performance of Wagner's opera Tristan und Isolde.
At the invitation of Saddam Hussein ( then vice-president of Iraq, but de facto dictator ), Chirac made an official visit to Baghdad in 1975.
At the invitation of Duke Philip's father, King Maximilian I, he attended the funeral of Emperor Frederick III in 1493 and was recognised as King Richard IV of England.
At Jones ’ s invitation she moved to London the following year and was soon to acquire a number of devoted and influential followers.
At the time of his death, Derrida had agreed to go for the summer to Heidelberg as holder of the Gadamer professorship, whose invitation was expressed by the hermeneutic philosopher himself before his death.
At the invitation of a senior partner, he joins a strange men's club where the members, in addition to reading, chatting and playing pool and chess, like to tell stories, some of which range into the bizarre and macabre.
At the invitation of the count of Leiningen-Dachsburg, Bahrdt now went as general superintendent to Dürkheim an der Hardt ; his luckless translation of the Testament, however, pursued him, and in 1778 he was suspended by a decision of the Court Council of the Empire.
At the invitation of producer Martin Lewis he created a highly acclaimed classical-rock fusion duet with celebrated rock guitarist Pete Townshend of The Who for Townshend's anthemic Won't Get Fooled Again for the 1979 Amnesty International benefit show The Secret Policeman's Ball.
The Mahadev Temple in Gokarna, Nepal | Gokarna, Nepal, a conservation project of the International Fund for Monuments. At the invitation of UNESCO in the 1970s IFM became involved in architectural conservation in Nepal, where the organization adopted the Mahadev temple complex in Gokarna, in Nepal's Kathmandu Valley.
At the invitation of Leslie Martin, he gave a lecture to the architecture school of Hull University.
At Halle Michaelis felt himself out of place, and in 1745 he gladly accepted an invitation to Göttingen as Privatdozent.
At the time of the first annexation of the Transvaal the Free State declined Lord Carnarvon's invitation to federate with the other South African communities.
At the invitation of Nourrit, Cornélie Falcon made her debut at the age of 18 at the Opéra in the role of Alice on 20 July 1832, and she made a vivid impression on the public, which included on that night Auber, Berlioz, Halévy, Maria Malibran, Giulia Grisi, Honoré Daumier, Alexandre Dumas and Victor Hugo.
At the invitation of Heinrich Christian Boie, whose attention he had attracted by poems contributed to the Göttinger Musenalmanach, he went to the University of Göttingen in 1772.
At and Charlemagne
At the same time, Charlemagne was consciously reviving the Roman expression in his " palace " at Aachen, of which only his chapel remains.
* At request of the Pope Adrian I, Charlemagne crosses the Alps and invades the kingdom of the Lombards headed by the king Desiderius
At the end of the eighth century, Charlemagne decreed that all writings in his empire were to be written in a standard handwriting, which came to be known as Carolingian minuscule.
At the age of 3, he was, together with his father, Pepin the Short, and his elder brother, Charlemagne, anointed King of the Franks and titled " Patrician of the Romans " by Pope Stephen II, who had left Rome to beg the Frankish King for assistance against the Lombards.
At the time of his death, he and his brother Charlemagne were close to outright war, which Charlemagne's biographer Einhard attributes to the miscounsel of Carloman's advisors.
At the age of ten he was sent to the local grammar school, the Lycée Charlemagne, where he studied until he was eighteen.
At Bishop Gerold's instigation Helmold wrote his Chronica Slavorum, a history of the conquest and conversion of the Polabian Slavs from the time of Charlemagne ( about 800 ) to 1171.
At Verona Adalgisus, son of Desiderius, in 774 made his last desperate resistance to Charlemagne, who had destroyed the Lombard kingdom.
At the division among the heirs of Charlemagne in 870, the Aosta Valley formed part of the Lotharingian Kingdom of Italy, in a second partition a decade later, it formed part of the Kingdom of Upper Burgundy, which was joined to the Kingdom of Arles — all with few corresponding changes in the population of the virtually independent fiefs in the Aosta Valley.
At Cividale were born Paulus Diaconus, the historian of the Lombards in the time of Charlemagne, and the actress Adelaide Ristori ( 1822 – 1906 ).
" At the court of Charlemagne the Norse were given this attribution, implying un-Christian and less-than-human qualities: " I am greatly saddened " said the King of the Franks, in Notker's Life, " that I have not been thought worthy to let my Christian hand sport with these dog-heads.
At the same time Charlemagne made him prime minister to his son Pepin, King of Italy, in the Carolingian Empire.
At Easter 1985, in conjunction with the century-old Manorial Society of Great Britain ( of which he sits on the Governing Council ), Sudeley held a conference at his old home entitled " The Sudeleys-Lords of Toddington ", taking the history of his family back to Charlemagne and Becket's murder.
At the end of the 8th century the Frankish emperor, Charlemagne allowed the old Gau system to continue, but placed imperial officials in charge instead of elected leaders.
At the death of Pepin and at the beginning of the reign of Charlemagne, there was a last rising of the Aquitanians.
At the age of 29, he married the daughter of a senator, and composed a tragedy, Charlemagne, which was declined by the Théâtre-Français.
At the end of the 8th century Charlemagne conquered Pannonia and Dacia, then Istria, Liburnia and Dalmatia, but the main littoral Liburnian and Dalmatian cites, however, remained under Byzantine control, organized to a Dalmatian archonty with Jadera ( Zadar ) in status of a provincial metropolis.
At the Treaty of Verdun, the empire was divided between Charlemagne ’ s three grandsons and Lothair received the central portion, stretching from the Netherlands in the north to Burgundy and Provence in the south.
At the time of Charlemagne, the town came under the temporal and religious power of the bishops of Vercelli, from which it was freed by Frederick Barbarossa, Holy Roman Emperor and King of Italy.