Calendar overview 1123
|Kamp monastery is founded.|
|1123 in other calendars|
|Armenian calendar||571/572 (turn of the year July)|
|Buddhist calendar||1666/67 (southern Buddhism); 1665/66 (alternative calculation according to Buddhas Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||63rd (64th) cycle|
|Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam)||485/486 (turn of the year April)|
|Iranian calendar||501/502 (around March 21)|
|Islamic calendar||516/517 (February 28 / March 1)|
|Jewish calendar||4883/84 (September 21-22)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 1433/34 (turn of the year April)
Syria: 1434/35 (turn of the year October)
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||1179/80 (turn of the year April)|
Politics and world events
- Sutoku becomes Tennō of Japan after the abdication of his father Toba . The de facto power of government continues to be held by his grandfather Shirakawa .
- August 29 : With the death of Øystein I , his younger brother and co-regent Sigurd I becomes sole ruler in the history of Norway . After the Heimskringla he subdues Småland in the same year .
First documentary mentions
- January 23 : Friedrich I , Archbishop of Cologne , issues the deed of foundation for the Kamp monastery and commissions his brother Arnulf from the Cistercian monastery Morimond in France to found the monastery. Heinrich, another brother, sets off for the Lower Rhine with a group of twelve monks. On January 31 , the monastery is built.
- January 29th : Friedrich I dies. Adalbero follows him as Archbishop of Bremen .
- March 18th to 27th ( April 6th ?): Under the chairmanship of Pope Calixt II , the First Lateran Council is held in the Lateran in Rome , in which around 300 to 1,000 men take part. It was convened by the Pope last year for "various important church matters". Calixt himself describes the synod as "concilium generale", the later Roman tradition counts the council as the 9th ecumenical council , although it is not known that representatives of the Eastern Church or imperial ambassadors are present. The council confirmed the Worms Concordat , which had meanwhile been concluded between Pope and Emperor, and reaffirmed the Church's claim to independence from secular influence. Within the church, the council wants to counteract the purchasability of orders and improve the customs of the clergy.
- Richwin becomes Bishop of Naumburg (Saale) .
- Malachias becomes abbot of Bangor and leads the monastery to blossom again.
- Start of construction on St. Petri Church in Westerstede
Exact date of birth unknown
- Lama Shang , clergyman of Tibetan Buddhism († 1193 )
- Minamoto no Yoshitomo , Japanese military leader († 1160 )
- Odo von Champlitte , French feudal lord († after 1187)
Born around 1123
Date of death secured
- January 10 : Robert Blouet , Lord Chancellor of England
- January 29th : Friedrich I , Archbishop of Bremen
- February 9 : Otto the Rich , Count von Ballenstedt, Count of Anhalt and Duke of Saxony (* around 1070 )
- March 2nd : Reinhard von Blankenburg , Bishop of Halberstadt
- May 3rd : Felicia de Roucy , Queen of Aragon-Navarre
- August 29 : Øystein I , King of Norway (* around 1088 )
- September 27th : Dietrich I , Bishop of Naumburg
- October 20 : Theulf , Bishop of Worcester
- December 14 : . Henry IV , Duke of Carinthia and Margrave of Verona (* around 1065 / 70 )
Exact date of death unknown
- May: Ludwig the Springer , Count of Thuringia (* 1042 )
- June: Eustach I. Garnier , crusader, Lord of Caesarea and Count of Sidon, as well as constable and Bailli of the Kingdom of Jerusalem
- Bruno von Saarbrücken , Bishop of Speyer
- Bruno von Segni , Bishop of Segni (* around 1047 )
- Heinrich II , Margrave of Meissen and Lusatia (* 1103 )
- Langri Thangpa Dorje Sengge , clergyman of Tibetan Buddhism (* 1054 )
- Milarepa , clergyman of Tibetan Buddhism (* 1040 )
- Ulrich II. Von Dapfen , abbot of the Reichenau monastery (* before 1088)