Calendar overview 1089
Constance Minster is after the rebuilding
of Bishop Gebhard III. consecrated by Zähringen .
|1089 in other calendars|
|Armenian calendar||537/538 (turn of the year July)|
|Buddhist calendar||1632/33 (southern Buddhism); 1631/32 (alternative calculation according to Buddhas Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||63rd (64th) cycle|
|Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam)||451/452 (turn of the year April)|
|Iranian calendar||467/468 (around March 21)|
|Islamic calendar||481/482 (March 15/16)|
|Jewish calendar||4849/50 (September 7/8)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 1399/1400 (turn of the year April)
Syria: 1400/01 (New Year October)
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||1145/46 (turn of the year April)|
Politics and world events
Central and Eastern Europe
- After the death of Dmitar Zvonimir on April 20, Stjepan II returns as the last member of the Trpimirović dynasty from the Sveti Stjepan monastery, where he wanted to spend his last days, and becomes King of Croatia .
- August 14 : Emperor Heinrich IV marries Praxedis , the daughter of Grand Duke Vsevolod I of Kiev and widow of Margrave Udo von Stade, who was born around 1070 in Cologne , possibly in order to conclude a peace agreement previously negotiated with the Saxon bishops and princes affirm. Immediately after the wedding, Adelheid, as she calls herself, is coronated as Empress of the Holy Roman Empire .
- around 1089: The marital connection between Welf V , the son of the Bavarian Duke Welf IV. , and Mathilde von Canossa , mediated by Pope Urban II , leads to an anti-Sali concentration of power in the southern German-Upper Italian area, which Emperor Heinrich IV wants to oppose.
Southern and Western Europe
- 1088 /1089: Yusuf ibn Tashfin , rulers of the Almoravids in al-Andalus , besieged for four months without success Aledo . The campaign fails, among other things, because of the lack of support from the Taifa kingdoms .
- William IX. , Duke of Aquitaine and Gascon, Count of Poitou marries Irmgard of Anjou, daughter of Fulkos IV , Count of Anjou , known as "the brawler".
First documentary mentions
Culture and religion
- Hermann III. von Hochstaden becomes Archbishop of Cologne .
- Construction of the Cluny Abbey begins
- The Constance Minster is after the rebuilding of Bishop Gebhard III. consecrated by Zähringen .
- around 1089: Berta von Boll , Countess von Elchingen
Date of death secured
- February 4th : Gilbert of Sempringham , English Norman nobleman, founder of the Order of Gilbertines, saint of the Catholic and Anglican Churches (* between 1083 and 1089)
- March 8 : ʿAbdallāh al-Ansārī , Persian Sufi scholar and Koran exegete of the Hanbalitic teaching direction, poet in Arabic and Persian (* 1006 )
- May 28 : Lanfrank von Bec , medieval theologian, prior of Le Bec Abbey and Archbishop of Canterbury (* around 1010 )
- May 31 : Sigewin von Are , also Sigewin the Pious, Archbishop of Cologne
- July 6th : Otto von Riedenburg , Bishop of Regensburg
- September 29th : Theobald III. von Blois , Count of Blois (* around 1010 )
- November 11th : Pietro Igneo Aldobrandini , Cardinal Bishop of Albano
- December 24th : Burkhard von Oltigen , Bishop of Lausanne
Exact date of death unknown
- February 25 or June 28: Reinward , Bishop of Minden
- Gero von Brehna , son of Margrave Dietrich II of Ostmark (* around 1020)
- Hamelin de Ballon , Norman nobleman in South East Wales
- Reinward , Bishop of Minden