Conrad II, Holy Roman Emperor facts for kids
Conrad II (c. 990 – June 4, 1039) was the son of Count Henry of Speyer and Adelheid of Alsace. He was elected king in 1024 and crowned emperor of the Holy Roman Empire on March 26, 1027, the first emperor of the Salian Dynasty.
During his reign, he proved that the German monarchy had become strong enough that it no longer depended on contracts between king and dukes alone.
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The Imperial Crown of the Holy Roman Empire. Conrad was crowned as Emperor on 26 March 1027, by Pope John XIX.
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