Conrad II Crowned Holy Roman Emperor by Pope John XIX

Conrad II Crowned Holy Roman Emperor by Pope John XIX

Pope John XIX
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Pope John XIX crowns Conrad II as Holy Roman Emperor in St. Peter's Basilica on Easter. Conrad II is the first of four kings and emperors of the Salian Dynasty.

Before becoming pope, John XIX was a layman, not even a priest, and after becoming pope he is never very popular. Even Conrad II doesn't like him very much and will push him around.

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