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Baldwin, M. W. (ed.) / The first hundred years
(1969)

Important Dates and Events,   pp. 622-625 PDF (1.3 MB)


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April 29 
November 
February z6 
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October 21 
November— December 
May 
June 19 
July I 
September 
October zi 
March io 
June 3 
1099 July 22 622IMPORTANT DATES 
AND EVENTS 
1054 July 
1055 December 
1064—1065 
1071 April i6 
1071 August z6 
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1074—1077 
1078 
1079 October 
io8i April 
io8i May 
1085 May 25 
io85 July 17 
io86 October 23 
1087 August 6 
1087—1090 or 1091 
io88 March iz 
1089 
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1095 March 
1095 November 27 
1096 July—August 
1098 June 28 
1098 August z6 
1099 July i~ 
Schism precipitated by patriarch Cerularius and cardinal Humbert 
The Selchükid Tughrul-Beg enters Baghdad 
Great German pilgrimage to Jerusalem 
The Normans take Ban 
The Selchükid Turks under Alp Arslan defeat the Byzantines at 
Manzikert 
The Turkoman Atsiz occupies Jerusalem 
Badr al-Jamali pacifies Egypt for the FãVimid caliph al-Mustan~ir;
shift of power to the military 
The Selchükid Tutush, brother of Malik-Shah, granted Syria and 
Palestine 
Atsiz surrenders Damascus to Tutush; Artuk his lieutenant at 
Jerusalem 
Accession of emperor Alexius I Comnenus 
Robert Guiscard invades Byzantine Albania 
Alfonso VI of Castile and Leon conquers Toledo 
Death of Robert Guiscard; the Normans abandon invasion of Albania 
The Murãbi~s defeat the Spanish at Zallaca 
The Italians sack Mahdia in Tunisia 
Pilgrimage of count Robert I of Flanders 
Odo of Lagery elected pope Urban II 
The Fã~imids acquire Acre, Tyre, and other ports 
The Assassins established at Alamut 
The Normans complete the conquest of Sicily 
The Pechenegs annihilated by the Byzantines and Kumans 
Death of Malik-Shãh; Kllij Arslan I dominates west central Anatolia
Tutush killed; succeeded by his sons: Rldvan at Aleppo, Dukak at 
Damascus 
The Council of Piacenza opens 
Urban II preaches the crusade at the Council of Clermont 
Peter the Hermit, Walter Sans-Avoir, and the people's crusade arrive 
at Constantinople 
The people's crusade annihilated near Nicaea by the Turks 
The First Crusade: Hugh of Vermandois, Godfrey of Bouillon, and 
the first armies arrive at Constantinople 
Robert of Normandy, Stephen of Blois, and the last armies of the 
First Crusade leave Constantinople 
Nicaea surrendered by the Turks to the Byzantines 
The crusaders defeat Klllj Arslan I at Dorylaeum 
Tarsus taken by Tancred, surrendered to Baldwin of Boulogne 
Crusaders commence siege of Antioch 
Baldwin of Boulogne assumes rule of Edessa, with the title of count 
The crusaders capture Antioch; Bohemond of Taranto claims the city, 
assumes the title of prince 
Kerbogha of Mosul defeated by the crusaders at Antioch 
The vizir al-Afdal takes Jerusalem from the Artukids for the Fatimids 
The crusaders conquer Jerusalem from the Fãçimid governor Iftikhãrad-Daulah
Godfrey of Bouillon elected Advocate of the Holy Sepulcher 


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