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During the time of Charlemagne people viewed heroes as brave noble honest people and were highly looked up upon People not only respected and adored heroes but also attempted to become a hero Heroes were well respected and admired To have the title of hero or to be called a hero was an honor and prestige It was the way a man could become noblest and best At the same time there were villains These people shared some of the same characteristics as heroes They were brave noble and admired by some Villains also took serious risks and encountered grave danger They knew how to strike fear and did it often The major difference between heroes and villains during this time was the way the public perceived them Villains were feared and looked down upon The title of villain carried the view of being a coward with it Few only admired villains and those few that admired them were the few that benefited from villains Between these two categories heroes and villains Charlemagne was undoubtedly considered a hero He fought in skillfully planned and successfully fought wars Charlemagne made a strong kingdom stronger In order to make his kingdom even stronger than it was he gained the god will of several other kings Charlemagne was a gentle and kind man He gave to the poor and not only did he give to the poor in his kingdom but in other places as well As son as he found that there were Christians living in poverty in other countries he showed compassion for their wants and even sent money to them People saw him as a generous man and thought highly of him It was all of these traits and more that made him viewed as a hero I say this because Charlemagne was so well respected by all It wasnt until the war with the Saxons that you start to see how loyal men were
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