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Bavaria would be one of the strongest constituent realms of the Holy Roman Empire with it being naturally defensible with many mountains and rivers through...
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Albert IV would attempt to strengthen the position of the Duchy of Bavaria by seizing imperial towns and forts at its borders and marrying into the house o...
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The Holy Roman Empire was one of the most powerful medieval states. Made up of territory in modern Germany and Poland, this state was a primary supporter o...
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Leo I would spend his early life on the failed Third Crusade hoping to add territories of the Crusader States like the principality of Antioch to the Armen...
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Hugh IV would attempt to take up the cross and go on a Crusade to Egypt during the 6th Crusade but would be captured at the Battle of Mansura in 1250. He w...
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The Silver Deniers of Antioch are some of the more recognizable coins of the Crusades featuring frankish knights. Many of the Crusader States where descend...
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When the Byzantine Empire was conquered in the 4th crusade of 1204 the Latin forces would rip up vast swathes and carve out individual crusader states from...
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The Late Kingdom of Armenia would face constant setbacks becoming less and less of a regional power as the Mongols would take more and more of their land e...
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Medieval Gold, Silver and Bronze Coins

The Western Roman Empire fell in 476 starting the Dark Ages which would see the breakup of the territories of the Roman Empire into a number of petty Kingdoms. These Germanic successor states would mint a number of Gold coins in the style of the Roman counterparts and would circulate widely into the early Middle Ages playing an important commercial and economic role in the early period. This period would see the rise of many great Kingdoms including the French under Charlemagne and the early English dynasties of the Anglo Saxons.
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