Calendar overview 1030
|Battle of Stiklestad helps Christianity to break through in Norway , ...|
|Olav the Saint fell in battle.||France around 1030|
|1030 in other calendars|
|Armenian calendar||478/479 (turn of the year July)|
|Buddhist calendar||1573/74 (southern Buddhism); 1572/73 (alternative calculation according to Buddhas Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||62nd (63rd) cycle|
|Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam)||392/393 (turn of the year April)|
|Islamic calendar||420/ 421 /422 (Year 8/9 January. // 28/29. December)|
|Jewish calendar||4790/91 (August 30/31)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 1340/41 (turn of the year April)
Syria: 1341/42 (turn of the year October)
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||1086/87 (turn of the year April)|
Politics and world events
- January 30th : Wilhelm VI. after the death of his father William V Duke of Aquitaine and Count of Poitou .
- July 29th : Olav II. Haraldsson is killed in the battle of Stiklestad , but defeats the pagan tribal princes and thus saves the Norwegian kingdom .
- August 17th : After the childless death of his brother Ernst II, Hermann IV becomes Duke of Swabia .
- The Norman Rainulf Drengot received the County of Aversa in Apulia from Duke Sergius IV of Naples . It is the first Norman possession in southern Italy .
- April 30 : After the death of his father Mahmud of Ghazni , Masud I of Ghazni becomes ruler of the Persian Ghaznavid dynasty. He returns to the capital Ghazni from the province of Djibal , which he is governor, and , with the support of the army, wrests power from his twin brother Muhammad, the actual heir to the throne, and orders him to be blinded and imprisoned.
- Beginning of August: In the Battle of Azaz , the Byzantines under their Emperor Romanos III are defeated. the Mirdasids of Aleppo . The Byzantine army flees to Antioch on the Orontes , where they are reorganized. The emperor's defeat can be partially offset by the victory of Georgios Maniakes - governor of Antep . The now self-confident Arabs demand the surrender of the city, but are routed by maniakes.
First documentary mentions
- Olav II. Haraldsson helps Christianity to break through in Norway .
- Severus , after the death of Hizzo the Bishop of Prague elected.
- The diocese of Csanád in Hungary is established.
Historical maps and views
Exact date of birth unknown
- Baldwin VI, the good , Count of Flanders, as Baldwin I, Count of Hainaut († 1070 )
- Werner I. , Count of Habsburg († 1096 )
- Vsevolod I , Grand Duke of the Kievan Rus († 1093 )
Born around 1030
- Alp Arslan , Sultan of the Seljuks († 1072 )
- Berthold von Reichenau , chronicler († 1088 )
- Stanislaus of Krakow , Polish national saint († 1079 )
- Wilhelm von Hirsau , abbot of the Hirsau Monastery († 1091 )
- William of St Calais , Anglo-Norman clergyman and Bishop of Durham († 1096 )
- Xeno II , Patriarch of the Georgian Orthodox Apostle Church († 1096 )
Date of death secured
- January 10th : Thietmar , Margrave of Lusatia, Count in Swabia and North Thuringia (* around 990 )
- January 30th : Hizzo , Bishop of Prague
- January 31 : William V , Duke of Aquitaine, Count of Poitiers (* 969 )
- February 21 : Otgiva of Luxembourg , Countess of Flanders (* around 995 )
- March 8th : Gauzlin of Fleury , Abbot of Fleury and Archbishop of Bourges
- March 10 : Welf II , Count of Altdorf
- April 30th : Mahmud of Ghazni , ruler of the Ghaznavid dynasty (* 971 )
- July 29th : Arnljot Gelline , character from the Heimskringla saga
- July 29th : Olav II. Haraldsson , Norwegian King (* 995 )
- August 3rd : Hildeward von Gleißberg , Bishop of the Diocese of Naumburg-Zeitz
- August 17th : Ernst II , Duke of Swabia (* around 1014 )
- 17th August : Werner von Kyburg , count from the noble family of Kyburg (* around 980 )
- September 8th : Adalbert I. , Count of Winterthur (* around 960 )