Charlemagne and Pippin the Hunchback
Manuscript, 10th century

Charlemagne (left) and Pippin the Hunchback (right), 10th century copy of a lost original, which was made between 829 and 836 in Fulda for Eberhard von Friaul.
Pepin, or Pippin, the Hunchback (French: Pépin le Bossu, German: Pippin der Buckelige; c. 767 – 811) was the eldest son of Charlemagne.

Referenced on p.32, Carolingian Cavalryman AD 768-986 by D. Nicolle
'Charlemagne with Pepin of Italy,' in a book of Lombardic and Frankish laws made in southern Italy in the 10th or early 11th century. (Codex Legum Longobardorum et Francorum, Biblioteca Capitolare, Cod. 01.2, f. 164v, Modena, Italy)

See also Ivory Book-Cover of Soldiers at the Sepulchre. St. Gallen, 10th century, Victoria and Albert Museum
Other 10th Century Illustrations of Costume and Soldiers