Calendar overview 1115
The Cistercian monk Bernhard
founds the Clairvaux monastery in western Champagne .
|1115 in other calendars|
|Armenian calendar||563/564 (turn of the year July)|
|Buddhist calendar||1658/59 (southern Buddhism); 1657/58 (alternative calculation according to Buddhas Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||63rd (64th) cycle|
|Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam)||477/478 (turn of the year April)|
|Iranian calendar||493/494 (around March 21)|
|Islamic calendar||508/509 (May 26-27)|
|Jewish calendar||4875/76 (September 20-21)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 1425/26 (turn of the year April)
Syria: 1426/27 (New Year October)
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||1171/72 (turn of the year April)|
Politics and world events
Holy Roman Empire
- February 11th : The battle of the Welfesholz between Emperor Heinrich V and the Saxon prince opposition, which was still rooted in Henry IV's Saxon War, ends with a victory for the rebels under Lothar von Süpplingenburg . Heinrich's Field Marshal Hoyer I von Mansfeld is killed in the battle. As a result, the emperor loses all influence in Saxony for the rest of his reign. The oppositional Saxon bishop Reinhard von Blankenburg refuses a Christian burial for the fallen enemies.
- The Counts of Scheyern move their seat from Scheyern to Castle Wittelsbach and are now called " Wittelsbacher ".
- Adolf II becomes Count von Berg .
- The governor of Zaragoza , Abu Bakr ibn Ibrahim ibn Tifilwit , besieged Barcelona for 20 days . The Moors withdraw after Count Raimund Berengar III. returns from Mallorca . The Almoravid fleet then recaptured the Balearic Islands from the Pisans . The governor of Granada , Mazdali ibn Tilankan , dies in battle.
- King Baldwin I of Jerusalem built the fortress of Montreal to secure the newly conquered rule of Oultrejordain .
Empire of China
First documentary mentions
- First documented mention of Großweier , Köthen , Lamstedt , Luins , Nesselried , Renchen and Sulzbach
- The Cistercian monk Bernhard founds the Clairvaux monastery in western Champagne .
- Stephan Harding founds the Morimond Monastery .
- The Aegidienkloster in Braunschweig is founded by the Brunonian Margravine Gertrud the Younger of Braunschweig and is initially dedicated to Mary, the Mother of God.
Historical maps and views
Date of birth saved
Exact date of birth unknown
- Berengar Raimund I , Count of Provence († 1144 )
- Welf VI. , Margrave of Tuszien (Tuscany) († 1191 )
- Erling "Skakke" Ormsson , Norwegian chief and crusader († 1179 )
Born around 1115
- Heinrich I of Tecklenburg , Count of Tecklenburg († 1156 )
- John of Salisbury , English theologian and Bishop of Chartres († 1180 )
- Raimund II , Count of Tripoli († 1152 )
Date of death secured
- February 11 : Hoyer I. von Mansfeld , field marshal of the Roman-German Emperor Heinrich V.
- April 16 : Magnus of Scotland , Earl of the Orkneys and saint
- July 8 : Peter the Hermit , French preacher and leader of the People's Crusade (* around 1050 )
- July 24th : Mathilde von Canossa , Margravine of Tuszien and Duchess of Spoleto (* around 1046 )
- November 20 : Udalschalk , Count of Lurn (* around 1050 )
- December 22nd : Olaf Magnusson , King of Norway (* 1099 )
- December 23 : Ivo of Chartres , Bishop of Chartres (* around 1040 )
- December 30th : Dietrich II , Duke of Upper Lorraine, Count in Elsassgau and Vogt of Remiremont (* before 1065)
Exact date of death unknown
- Lambert , Bishop of Arras
- Muhammad ibn al-Hajj , Emir of Zaragoza
- Tanchelm , heretical itinerant preacher in Flanders