Calendar overview 1100
|Baldwin I becomes king of Jerusalem .|
|1100 in other calendars|
|Armenian calendar||548/549 (turn of the year July)|
|Buddhist calendar||1643/44 (southern Buddhism); 1642/43 (alternative calculation according to Buddhas Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||63rd (64th) cycle|
|Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam)||462/463 (turn of the year April)|
|Iranian calendar||478/479 (around March 21)|
|Islamic calendar||493/494 (November 5-6)|
|Jewish calendar||4860/61 (September 5-6)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 1410/11 (turn of the year April)
Syria: 1411/12 (New Year October)
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||1156/57 (turn of the year April)|
Politics and world events
- July 25 : The crusaders of the First Crusade, led by Tankred of Tiberias, conquer Haifa from the Fatimids . On his deathbed, Gottfried von Bouillon made the Occitan knight Waldemar Carpenel lord of the Haifa rulership . The angry Tankred drives Waldemar out of Haifa.
- August: Bohemond of Taranto , prince of Antioch is captured by the Danish ruler Malik Ghazi from Sivas . His nephew Tankred von Tiberias takes over the reign.
- After the death of his brother Godfrey of Bouillon , Baldwin I of Boulogne , Count of Edessa, becomes King of Jerusalem and hands over the office of Count of Edessa to his cousin Baldwin von Bourcq .
- December 25 : Baldwin I of Boulogne is crowned King of Jerusalem in the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem .
- August 2nd : The English King William Rufus is killed in unknown circumstances. While hunting in the New Forest , an arrow struck him in the lung.
Founding of cities and first mentions in documents
- First documentary mention of Aach (Hegau) , Eberdingen , Fautenbach , Kieselbronn , Nussdorf , Oberstetten , Reichartshausen , Sindlingen , Tannhausen , Tannheim and Zaisersweiher
- around 1100: The Bohemian town of Nollendorf is founded around the same time as Zinnwald and Graupen .
Economy and culture
- January 6th : Friedrich I. von Schwarzenburg succeeds Hermann III, who died the previous year . von Hochstaden to the Archbishop of Cologne and built the Volmarstein Castle in the course of the year .
- The Wibertists, supporters of the antipope Clement III. , after his death on September 8th , elect Theodoricus as his successor and new antipope. On the night of September 9th to 10th, he is consecrated and enthroned in St. Peter's Church .
- In October Pope Paschal II issued the bull Desiderium quod to the young reform community of Cistercians . This means that it is free from the Molesme Monastery and is under papal protection.
Exact date of birth unknown
- Elvira of Castile , countess, later Queen of Sicily († 1135 )
- Mary and Eliza Chulkhurst , Siamese twins from Biddenden, England († 1134 )
- Gilbert de Clare, 1st Earl of Pembroke , English nobleman († 1148 )
Born around 1100
- Adalram von Waldeck († 1182 )
- Adam Parvipontanus , English logician and philosopher († before 1159)
- Al-Idrisi , Moorish cartographer, geographer and botanist († 1166 )
- Albrecht the Bear , founder and first Margrave of the Mark Brandenburg († 1170 )
- Arnold I , Archbishop of Cologne († 1151 )
- Bruno II. Von Berg , Archbishop of Cologne († 1137 )
- Emelrich , Premonstratensian, penitential preacher and Archbishop of Lydda († 1163 )
- Geoffrey von Monmouth , English historian († around 1154)
- Hillin von Fallemanien , Archbishop of Trier († 1169 )
- Henry of Blois , Bishop of Winchester († 1171 )
- Hadrian IV , Pope († 1159 )
- Konrad von Querfurt , Archbishop of Magdeburg († 1142 )
- Owain Gwynedd , King of Welsh Gwynedd († 1170 )
- Robert de Caen , Earl of Gloucester († 1147 )
Date of death secured
- March 27th : Adelhold , provost of the collegiate church of St. Blasius of Dankwarderode Castle in Braunschweig
- March 28 : Adelheid von Weimar-Orlamünde , Countess Palatine (* around 1055 )
- July 18th : Godfrey of Bouillon , leader of the First Crusade and first regent of the Kingdom of Jerusalem (* around 1060 )
- August 2nd : Wilhelm II. Rufus, King of England (* 1056 )
- August 3 : Otto , Bishop and Imperial Prince of Strasbourg
- September 8th : Clement III. , Antipope (* around 1025 )
- September 16 : Bernold von Konstanz , Benedictine and historian (* around 1050 )
Exact date of death unknown
Died around 1100
- Geoffrey de Mandeville , English constable of the Tower