Calendar overview 1101
crusade of 1101
the Kingdom of Jerusalem is to be supported.
|1101 in other calendars|
|Armenian calendar||549/550 (turn of the year July)|
|Buddhist calendar||1644/45 (southern Buddhism); 1643/44 (alternative calculation according to Buddhas Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||63rd (64th) cycle|
|Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam)||463/464 (turn of the year April)|
|Iranian calendar||479/480 (around March 21)|
|Islamic calendar||494/495 (October 25-26)|
|Jewish calendar||4861/62 (August 25-26)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 1411/12 (turn of the year April)
Syria: 1412/13 (turn of the year October)
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||1157/58 (turn of the year April)|
Politics and world events
- May 17 : An army of crusaders under Baldwin I conquers the city of Caesarea in Palestine after a 15-day siege . Many residents are massacred in the following pillage.
- June 23 : Lombard crusaders capture Ankara for the Byzantine Empire during the 1101 crusade .
- September 7th : The crusaders defeat a Fatimid invading army from Egypt in the first battle of Ramla .
- The crusade of 1101 fails because of the alliance of the otherwise hostile Rum Seljuks and Danischmenden .
- December 10 : After the death of his father al-Mustaʿlī bi-Llāh , his son Abū ʿAlī al-Mansūr ibn al-Mustaʿlī becomes the tenth Caliph of the Fatimids and twentieth Imam of the Shia of the Mustali Ismailis at the age of five. For this purpose, he is married to a daughter of the vizier al-Afdal Shahan Shah , who intends to further consolidate his de facto unlimited power.
- In the Treaty of Alton , Robert II , Duke of Normandy , recognizes his younger brother Henry I as King of England . In return, he receives annual cash benefits and other concessions from Henry. This agreement temporarily ends the crisis in the succession of the Anglo-Norman kings of England.
- Dobroslav is briefly King of Dioclitia , but replaced by Vladimir Vojisavljević and Kočapar in the same year .
- Bořivoj II becomes Duke of Bohemia .
First documentary mentions
- The places Buch am Ahorn , Gammertingen , Hofweier , Hoppecke , Hunzenschwil , Lauterbach , Reute im Hegau , Schiers , Thürnen , Willisau and Wirmighausen are first mentioned in a document.
- Robert von Arbrissel founded the later royal Abbey of Fontevrault .
- Canute IV ( 1043 - 1086 ), King of Denmark , is canonized by Pope Paschal II .
Exact date of birth unknown
- Arthold von Belley , Bishop of Belley and Carthusian († 1206 )
- Chekawa Yeshe Dorje , Tibetan Buddhist († 1175 )
Born around 1101
Date of death secured
- March 14 : Fujiwara no Morozane , regent for the Tennō (Japan) and head of the Fujiwara (* 1042 )
- May 16 : Liemar , Archbishop of Bremen and Hamburg
- June 14th : Irmgard von Rott , German noblewoman, Countess von Sulzbach
- June 22nd : Roger I , Count of Sicily and youngest son of Tankred von Hauteville (* 1031 )
- July 27 : Konrad , King of Italy and Roman-German King (* 1074 )
- July 27 : Hugh d'Avranches , Earl of Chester
- August 24th : Su Shi , Chinese poet, painter, calligrapher and politician (* 1037 )
- September 7th : Waldemar Carpenel , Occitan crusader and Lord of Haifa in the Kingdom of Jerusalem
- October 1st : Giselbert von Admont , abbot of the Reinhardsbrunn / Admont monastery and participant in the 1st crusade
- October 6th : Bruno of Cologne , saint and founder of the Carthusian Order (* around 1030 )
- October 18 : Hugo von Vermandois , brother of King Philip I of France and crusader (* 1057 )
- November 9 : Welf IV. , Duke of Bavaria (* 1030 / 40 )
- December 10 : Al-Mustali , ninth caliph of the Fatimids (* 1076 )
Exact date of death unknown
- before April 10: Heinrich der Fette , Count in Rittigau and Eichsfeld and Margrave of Friesland (* around 1055)
- Egilbert von Ortenburg , Archbishop of Trier (* around 1040 )
- Ida of Austria , Margravine of Austria and participant in the crusade
- Su Song , Chinese polymath (* 1020 )
- Wido , Bishop of Osnabrück
Died around 1101
- 1101 or 1102 : Thiemo von Salzburg , Archbishop of Salzburg and participant in the 1st Crusade (* around 1040 )