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Heads of State · obituary

Year of the Metal horse庚午(at the beginning of Earth Snake己巳)

Syria: 1341/42 ( the year in October )

Events

Politics and World Affairs

  • JANUARY 30: Wilhelm VI. after the death of his father William V Duke of Aquitaine and Count of Poitou.
  • JULY 29: Olav Haraldsson II comes in the Battle of Stiklestad killed, but defeated the pagan chieftain and thus saves the Norwegian monarchy.
  • August 17: Hermann IV after the childless death of his brother Ernst II Duke of Swabia.
  • The Norman Rainulf Drengot receives from Duke Sergius IV of Naples, the county Aversa in Apulia. It is the first Norman possessions in southern Italy.
  • First mention of Weis churches, Wattrelos and Brandlos.

Religion

  • Norway: Olaf II Haraldsson helps the Christianity breakthrough.
  • Severus is elected after the death of Hizzo bishop of Prague.

Historic maps and views

Born

  • Baldwin VI. , The Good, Count of Flanders as Baldwin I Count of Hainault
  • Frederick I of Regensburg, Regensburg Domvogt
  • Stanislaus of Cracow, Polish national saint († 1079 )
  • Werner I, Count of Habsburg, the third son of Radbot of Habsburg
  • William of Hirsau, abbot of the monastery of Hirsau
  • Vsevolod I, Grand Prince of the Kievan Rus

Died

  • FEBRUARY 21: Otgiva of Luxembourg, Countess of Flanders and daughter of Count Friedrich ( Moselle district ) (c. 995 )
  • March 10: Welf II, Count of Altdorf
  • April 30: Mahmud of Ghazni, ruler of the Ghaznavid dynasty, a part of India conquered (* 971 )
  • JULY 29: Olav II Haraldsson, King of Norway from 1015 to 1028 (* 995 )
  • August 3: Hilde Ward of Gleißberg, bishop of Naumburg - Zeitz
  • August 17: Ernst II, elder son of the Swabian Duke Ernest I and Gisela of Swabia (c. 1014)
  • September 8: Adalbert I, Count of Winterthur (c. 960)
  • Adalbero of Laon, Bishop of Laon