The red peach K is Charlie the Great, the spades K is the king of David, the plum K is Alexander the Great, and the square K is Caesar.
In 800 AD, Charlie was crowned the “Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire” by the Pope. He had made the Frankish kingdom a great empire that controlled most of Western Europe through more than fifty wars: the Atlantic Ocean to the west, the Danube to the east, and the North Sea to the north. To central Italy, it covers almost all the land of the Western Roman Empire. Since the collapse of the Western Roman Empire, Western Europe has never seen such a huge country!
He has made outstanding contributions in the fields of administration, justice, economy, culture and education, and played a role in the development of medieval civilization. He is known as the “father of Europe.”
In 843 AD, shortly after Charlie’s death, his three grandchildren divided the empire in the Treaty of Verdun, and the empire was divided into three, becoming the prototype of three European countries in the future – France, Germany, Italy.