Calendar overview 933
|Henry I defeats the Hungarians in the Battle of Riyadh .|
|933 in other calendars|
|Armenian calendar||381/382 (turn of the year July)|
|Buddhist calendar||1476/77 (southern Buddhism); 1475/76 (alternative calculation according to Buddhas Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||60th (61st) cycle|
|Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam)||295/296 (turn of the year April)|
|Islamic calendar||321/322 (turn of the year December 31, 932 / January 1 // December 21/22)|
|Jewish calendar||4693/94 (September 22/23)|
from urbe condita MDCLXXXVI (1686)
Diocletian's era : 649/650 (New Year November)
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 1243/44 (turn of the year April)
Syria: 1244/45 (turn of the year October)
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||989/990 (turn of the year April)|
Politics and world events
Eastern France / Hungary
- March 15 : The East Franconian King Heinrich I refuses to pay further tribute to the Hungarians before the armistice expires and defeats the Hungarians with an imperial contingent in the battle of Riyade on the Unstrut . The Hungarian invasions then ended for two decades.
- Queen Emma of West Franconia , b. von Franzien, wife of Rudolf I , moves against the unauthorized Count of Vermandois and conquers his fortress Château-Thierry .
- The West Franconian ruler Rudolf of Burgundy left William I (long sword) other areas as fiefs, including the Cotentin peninsula and the Channel Islands Jersey and Guernsey .
- King Knut I , the Danish king with his seat in Haithabu , undertakes a raid through Friesland and thereby calls King Heinrich I on the scene.
- King Harald I. Fairhair of Norway gets increasingly caught up in the arguments of his numerous sons and leaves the throne to his son Erik I. Bloodaxe .
- After the death of Uodalfrid on January 1 is Star Chand by the Bavarian Duke Arnulf I. as Bishop of Eichstaett used.
- Ruthard succeeds Richwin , who died on August 30th, as Bishop of Strasbourg .
- October 27th : Adalward dies. Amelung from the Billunger family succeeds him as Bishop of Verden .
- Alfred succeeds Sigehelm as Bishop of Sherborne .
- Bishop Adalbero von Metz re- establishes the Gorze monastery which has now closed and appoints Archdeacon Einold as abbot there. This initiated the Gorz movement as a monastery reform.
Date of death secured
- January 1st : Uodalfrid , Chancellor of the East Franconian Empire and Bishop of Eichstätt
- March 21 : Fujiwara no Kanesuke , Japanese Waka poet and aristocrat (* 877 )
- August 30th : Richwin , Bishop of Strasbourg
- October 27 : Adalward , Bishop of Verden
- November 13 : Adalolf , Count of Boulogne and lay abbot of Saint-Bertin Abbey
Exact date of death unknown
- Alfonso IV , King of León (* around 870 )
- Du Guangting , Chinese Daoist and court scholar (* 850 )
- Harald I , first king of most of the coast of Norway (* around 852 )
- al-Mu'nis al-Muzaffar , Arab regent
- at-Tahāwī , Islamic lawyer and hadith scholar (* 853 )
- Sigehelm , Bishop of Sherborne