Calendar overview 1111
|Henry V forces his coronation as Holy Roman Emperor with Pope Paschal II.|
|1111 in other calendars|
|Armenian calendar||559/560 (turn of the year July)|
|Buddhist calendar||1654/55 (southern Buddhism); 1653/54 (alternative calculation according to Buddhas Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||63rd (64th) cycle|
|Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam)||473/474 (turn of the year April)|
|Iranian calendar||489/490 (around March 21)|
|Islamic calendar||504/505 (July 9/10)|
|Jewish calendar||4871/72 (September 4/5)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 1421/22 (turn of the year April)
Syria: 1422/23 (turn of the year October)
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||1167/68 (turn of the year April)|
Politics and world events
- February 9 : In Sutri , King Henry V and Pope Paschal II hold secret negotiations to end the investiture dispute . Both agree on the radical solution called iuramentum Sutrinum . The settlement of Sutri provides that the German king waives the right to invest and in return crowns Paschal II Heinrich V as emperor and returns the regalia. As a price for the emperor's renunciation of the investiture of bishops, all manors, customs duties and minting rights conferred on clerical dignitaries should revert to the emperor.
- February 12th : The Treaty of Sutri fails because the secular and spiritual princes do not agree after the announcement. There is also an uproar in the city of Rome. The coronation already in progress must be canceled. Henry V then takes the Pope and several cardinals prisoner.
- April 12th : Henry V forces his own coronation as Holy Roman Emperor in Rome by the Pope. The Pope Paschal II in his hand accepts the Treaty of Ponte Mammolo , which guarantees the emperor extensive rights in the investiture dispute , and is then released. Heinrich also succeeds in solving his late father Heinrich IV. From the papal ban.
- August 7th : The body of Heinrich IV. Is transferred to the crypt in the Speyer Cathedral .
- Because of the arrest of the Pope, Heinrich loses support in the Christian world.
Holy Roman Empire
- 1110 /1111: Adolf I of Schauenburg receives Saxon Duke Lothar von Süpplingenburg the counties of Holstein and Stormarn , including Hamburg heard as a fief.
- The allied Russian princes of the Kievan Rus hit a decisive blow against the Polovcians . They advance far into the steppe area and destroy the center of the Sharukan empire (today's Kharkiv ) on the Don .
- The Almoravids under Sir ibn Abi Bakr occupy Lisbon and Santarém and also take power in Zaragoza . Henry of Burgundy , Count of Portugal , recaptured Santarém.
First documentary mentions
- First documented mention of Grafenhausen , Titisee , Wartberg ob der Aist (Austria) and Windschläg .
- First documentary mention of Zell am Ebersberg in what is now Lower Franconia
- Ireland is divided into the ecclesiastical provinces of Armagh and Cashel on the occasion of the Rathbreasail Synod , which is attended by over 50 bishops and 300 priests . In addition, 24 dioceses are set up. The Iroschottische Church is thus incorporated into the Roman Catholic Church .
First half of the year
- March 7 : Bohemond , Prince of Taranto, a leader of the First Crusade, Prince of Antioch (* 1051 / 52 )
- April 2 : Euphemia of Hungary , Duchess of Moravia (* around 1045 / 55 )
- April 12th : Walram von Schwarzburg , Bishop of Naumburg
- April 12 : Berthold II , Duke of Swabia and first Duke of Zähringen (* around 1050 )
- April 17th : Robert von Molesme , Benedictine abbot, order reformer and co-founder of the Cistercian order (* around 1028)
- May 24th : Nicholas III. Grammatikos , Patriarch of Constantinople
Second half of the year
- October 5 : Robert of Jerusalem , Count of Flanders and participant in the first crusade (* around 1065 )
- October 26th : Gómez González , Spanish nobleman, lover of Queen Urraca of León-Castile
- November 8th : Otto II , son of the Count of Habsburg
- December 19 : Agnes von Rheinfelden , Duchess of Zähringen and founder of the St. Peter Monastery in the Black Forest (* around 1065)
- December 19 : al-Ghazālī , Islamic theologian, philosopher and mystic (* 1058 )
Exact date of death unknown
- Bernard III , Count of Besalú
- Cadwgan ap Bleddyn , Prince of the Welsh Principality of Powys
- Iorwerth ap Bleddyn , Prince of the Welsh Principality of Powys
- Johannes , Bishop of Trogir
- Peter I , Bishop of Wroclaw