Calendar overview 1110
|crusader army under Tankred von Tiberias brings the Krak des Chevaliers under its control.|
|1110 in other calendars|
|Armenian calendar||558/559 (turn of the year July)|
|Buddhist calendar||1653/54 (southern Buddhism); 1652/53 (alternative calculation according to Buddhas Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||63rd (64th) cycle|
|Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam)||472/473 (turn of the year April)|
|Iranian calendar||488/489 (around March 21)|
|Islamic calendar||503/504 (July 19/20)|
|Jewish calendar||4870/71 (September 16-17)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 1420/21 (turn of the year April)
Syria: 1421/22 (turn of the year October)
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||1166/67 (turn of the year April)|
Politics and world events
- December 4th : A crusader army under King Baldwin I conquers the city of Sidon from the Fatimids for the Kingdom of Jerusalem .
- Crusaders conquer Beirut from the Fatimids for the Kingdom of Jerusalem.
- Tankred of Tiberias brings Krak des Chevaliers under his control.
Holy Roman Empire
- Easter: Henry V becomes engaged in Italy to the daughter of King Henry I of England, Matilda .
- Matilda is crowned on July 25, 1110 by the Archbishop of Cologne, Friedrich I. von Schwarzenburg, in Mainz Cathedral .
- Heinrich V succeeds in making Bohemia into feudal dependence.
- Adolf I von Schaumburg is made Count of Holstein .
- Heinrich V's first Italian campaign with 30,000 knights. The Lombardy is subjected.
- Konrad II becomes master of Wirtemberg .
- January 24 : Ahmad II. Al-Musta'in , emir of the Taifa of Saragossa from the Hudid dynasty , is killed in the battle against Alfonso I of Aragon . He is succeeded by his son Abd al-Malik Imad ad-Daula . Since he is constantly harassed by the Almoravids and the troops of the kingdoms of Aragon and Navarre , he feels compelled to ask the kingdom of Castile for help. His request for help is granted, but he has to accept the status of a vassal of Castile.
- Nevertheless, the Almoravids, led by their emir Ali ibn Yusuf , took Saragossa on May 31st and installed Muhammad ibn al-Hajj as governor, who later became de facto emir. Abd al-Malik then withdraws to his impregnable fortress Rueda , where he founds a miniature state consisting of Rueda, several forts near Calatayud and the city of Borja , from which he continues to fight against the Almoravids.
First documentary mentions
- Gottschalk von Diepholz becomes bishop of Osnabrück as the successor to Johann I , who died on June 13th . Although the new bishop was appointed by Emperor Heinrich V, he is on the papal side as an opponent of the emperor.
Exact date of birth unknown
- Ibn Tufail , Arab-Andalusian philosopher, astronomer, doctor, mathematician and mystic († 1185 )
- Dermot MacMurrough , Irish petty king of Leinster († 1171 )
- Düsum Khyenpa , Tibetan Buddhist clergyman († 1193 )
- Kirik von Novgorod , Russian monk, chronicler and mathematician († after 1156 )
- Maurice de Sully , Bishop of Paris († 1196 )
- Aelred von Rievaulx , Cistercian Abbot in Rievaulx, preacher and mystic († 1167 )
- Phagmodrupa Dorje Gyelpo , Buddhist clergyman († 1170 )
Born around 1110
- Abraham ibn Daud , Jewish chronicler, philosopher and astronomer († 1180 )
- Amadeus , Bishop of Lausanne († 1159 )
- Béla II , King of Hungary, Croatia, Dalmatia and Rama († 1141 )
- Dietrich VI. , Count of Holland († 1157 )
- Reginald de Dunstanville , Sheriff of Devon and 1st Earl of Cornwall († 1175 )
- Gilbert Foliot , Bishop of Hereford and Bishop of London († 1187 )
- Hilary , Bishop of Chichester († 1169 )
- Euphrosyne von Polatsk , nun and patron saint of the Belarusians († 1173 )
- Rostislav , Prince of Smolensk, Prince of Novgorod and Grand Prince of Kiev († 1167 )
- Johannes Tzetzes , Byzantine author († around 1180 )
- Wace , Norman poet at the court of King Henry II of England († after 1174)
Date of death secured
- January 13 : Oda von Werl , wife of Lothar Udo II , Count von Stade and Margrave of the Nordmark (* around 1050 )
- January 24 : Ahmad II. Al-Musta'in , Emir of the Taifa of Saragossa from the Hudid dynasty
- March 1st : Gebhard II of Urach , Bishop of Speyer and abbot of the Hirsau and Lorsch monasteries
- November 2nd : Gottfried , Count of Hamburg
- November 12th : Gebhard III. von Zähringen , Bishop of Konstanz (* around 1050 )
Exact date of death unknown
- Li Jie , Chinese imperial architect and civil servant (* 1065 )
- Thiofrid , Abbot of the Benedictine Abbey of Echternach
- Vijayabahu I , Sinhalese king of Sri Lanka (* 1039 )