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Year of the Metal Tiger庚寅(at the beginning of Earth Buffalo己丑)
Syria: 1421/22 ( the year in October )
- 2.1 Exact date of birth unknown
- 2.2 Born 1110
Politics and World Affairs
- DECEMBER 4: A Crusader army under King Baldwin I captured the city of Sidon by the Fatimids to the Kingdom of Jerusalem.
- Crusaders conquer Beirut by the Fatimids to the Kingdom of Jerusalem.
- Tancred of Tiberias brings the Krak des Chevaliers under his control.
- Dawit IV the Builder liberated eastern Georgia by the Seljuk Turks ( until 1122).
- Easter: Henry V becomes engaged in Italy with the daughter of King Henry I of England, Matilda.
- Matilda is crowned on July 25, 1110 by the Archbishop of Cologne, Frederick I of Schwarzburg in Mainz Cathedral.
- Henry V succeeds to bring Bohemia in Lehnsabhängigkeit.
- Adolf I of Schaumburg is collected at the Counts of Holstein.
- First Italian campaign of Henry V with 30,000 knights. The Lombardy is subjected.
- Eremburg of Beaugency, together with her husband Fulk V of Anjou Countess of Maine.
- Conrad II is Lord of Wirtemberg.
Exact date of birth unknown
- Abraham ibn Daud, a Jewish chronicler, philosopher and astronomer († 1180)
- Ibn Tufail, Arab-Andalusian philosopher, astronomer, physician, mathematician and mystic († 1185 )
- Dermot MacMurrough, King of Leinster Irish Klein († 1171 )
- Aelred of Rievaulx, Cistercian abbot in Rievaulx, preachers and mystics († 1167 )
- Robert of Ketton, English theologian, astronomer and Arabist († 1160 )
Born around 1110
- Albert the Bear, founder of the Mark Brandenburg, the first Margrave of Brandenburg († 1170 )
- Amadeus, Bishop of Lausanne ( † 1159 )
- Béla II, King of Hungary, Croatia, Dalmatia, and Rama († 1141 )
- Dietrich VI. , Count of Holland († 1157 )
- Reginald de Dunstanville, Sheriff of Devon and 1st Earl of Cornwall († 1175 )
- Gilbert Foliot, Bishop of Hereford and Bishop of London ( † 1187 )
- Euphrosyne of Polotsk, nun and patron saint of Belarusians († 1173 )
- Rostislav, Prince of Smolensk, Prince of Novgorod and Grand Prince of Kiev ( † 1167 )
- John Tzetzes, Byzantine author († 1180)
- Gottfried von Hamburg, Viscount in Stormarn (Holstein)