By Fong Michelle H. W.
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Although lacking in Carolingian objects, the treasury of Aix-la-Chapelle contains beautiful pieces from subsequent periods. All that recalled the Carolingian era was venerated as a relic equal to those of the saints. The oliphant which Roland burst when he blew it at the Battle of Roncevaux can be seen at Saint Seurin in Bordeaux. Even Roncevaux offered to the cult of pilgrims Charlemagne's chessboard and the rock cleft by Roland with his sword of steel so strong it resisted the shock; the latter was kept in the Abbey of ; ; ; Rocamadour.
There the abbey kept its property deeds and its documents justifying rights. Saint Louis had a small structure annexed to the Palais de la cite in Paris to shelter his most precious belongings in the lower room were the relics of the Sainte-Chapelle and the crown jewels; in the upper room, his treasure of charters. These treasuries were formed during the course of the Middle Ages in many stages. The first were assembled in the seventh and eighth centuries. One of the oldest is the treasury of the Cathedral of Monza, Italy, founded in the early seventh century by the pious Queen Theodolinda, Catholic wife of Agiluf, the Arian king of the Longobardi.
Bankcard Payment System in the People's Republic of China by Fong Michelle H. W.