After the disintegration of the Roman Empire, the jurisdiction in Europe and parts of Asia was disintegrated into fragmented groups that spoke different languages and practiced different cultures. Upon crowning of Charlemagne as a king, his main objectives were to promote Christianity and to restore the earlier doctrines of the church.
Restoration of Christianity demanded the unification of people towards a common faith. The initial step in this objective was to promote the use of one language. To promote the use of Latin, Charlemagne built schools as well as scriptoriums where ancient texts were duplicated and preserved. During this era, there was a rapid rise in the numbers of ancient manuscripts as well as political stability. With the intention of restoring Christianity, the rule of Charlemagne forced all the subjects to convert to Christianity, a move that was in certain circumstances achieved through brutality. However, the era of Carolingian Revival can still be accredited for the restoration of usage of Latin, preservation and restoration of earlier Christian documents as well as the expansion of Christianity (West,