What does Aachen mean?

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Under Charlemagne's purview, both the Ada Gospels and the Coronation Gospels may have been produced in Aachen.
Charlemagne's great new palace at Aachen was built on classical Roman lines, embellished with sculptures and bronzes which would not have disgraced the Rome of the Caesars.
But neither their kingdoms nor their Empires were coterminous, though their capitals were identical, namely, Rome and Aachen.
His father had had him elected king at Verona in 983 and coronated at Aachen.
Under Charlemagne and his heirs, the royal court's principal seats were Aachen and Paris.
The palsgrave of Lorraine, who had his seat at Aachen, was later esteemed the foremost in rank.

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