Charles III.

Charles III., surnamed The Simple, became king of France in 893; his reign one long struggle against the Normans, which ended by conceding Normandy to Rollo; was conquered by Hugh Capet, a rival for the crown, at Soissons, and dethroned in 922; died in captivity, 929.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Charles II. * Charles IV., The Fair
Chappell
Chaptal
Charcot, Jean Martin
Chardin, Sir John
Charente
Charente-Inférieure
Chariva`ri
Charlemagne
Charleroi
Charles II.
Charles III.
Charles IV., The Fair
Charles V., The Wise
Charles VI., The Well-Beloved
Charles VII., The Victorious
Charles VIII.
Charles IX.
Charles X.
Charles V.
Charles VI.
Charles XII.