Llywelyn ap Seisyll
Llywelyn ap Seisyll (or Seisyllt; died 1023) was an 11th-century king of Gwynedd and Deheubarth in present-day Wales. He was noted as "King of the Britons" in the Irish Annals of Ulster.
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Cynfyn ap Gwerstan
Cynfyn ap Gwerystan (Cynfyn son of Gwerstan or Gwerystan; born c. 990) was a Welsh nobleman and possible king of Powys, principally known on account of his son Bleddyn ap Cynfyn, who established the H...
Tadc mac Briain
Tadc or Tadg mac Briain (died 1023) was the son of Brian Boru and Echrad, daughter of Carlus mac Ailella of Uí Áeda Odba. Tadc had one son, Toirdelbach Ua Briain (Turlough O'Brien), with his wife Mór,...
Wulfstan (died 1023)
Wulfstan (sometimes Lupus; died 28 May 1023) was an English Bishop of London, Bishop of Worcester, and Archbishop of York. He should not be confused with Wulfstan I, Archbishop of York or Wulfstan, Bi...
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Hartwig (archbishop of Salzburg)
Hartwig (Latin: Hartwicus; died 5 December 1023) was the archbishop of Salzburg from 991 until his death. He was a younger son of the Bavarian count palatine Hartwig of the Aribonid family. The Ge...
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Ælfwine of Elmham
Ælfwine was a medieval Bishop of Elmham.He was consecrated before 1019 and died on 12 April between 1023 and 1038.
Oda of Haldensleben
Oda of Haldensleben (ca. 955/60 – 1023) was a German noblewoman and by marriage Duchess of the Polans.She was the eldest child of Dietrich of Haldensleben, Margrave of the North March.
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Sitt al-Mulk
Sitt al-Mulk (970–1023) (Arabic: ست الملك‎), Ruler (Calipha) of the Fatimids (1021–1023), was the elder sister of Al-Hakim, the sixth Fatimid caliph and 16th Ismaili imam (996–1021).Af...
Gebhard I (Bishop of Regensburg)
Gebhard I (died 27 March 1023), known as Gebhard of Swabia, was the Bishop of Regensburg from 994 until his death.Following the death of Bishop Wolfgang, the cathedral canons elected Tagino to replace...
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Gero (archbishop of Magdeburg)
Gero (died 21 October 1023) was the Archbishop of Magdeburg from 1012 until his death. He was a son of Dedo Wodenswege and Eilika (Eilica) and possibly a relative of the family of Gero the Great.Gero ...
Godfrey II, Duke of Lower Lorraine
Godfrey II (965–1023), called the Childless, son of Godfrey I, Count of Verdun, was the count of Verdun from his father's death in 1002 and duke of Lower Lorraine after the death in 1012 of the Caroli...
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Kou Zhun
Kou Zhun (寇凖) (961–1023) was a much-praised official in ancient China's Northern Song Dynasty. He was the chancellor from 1004 to 1006 during Emperor Zhenzong's reign.
Kou Zhun became a jins...
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Abū Hayyān al-Tawhīdī
Ali ibn Mohammed ibn Abbas (923-1023) (Arabic: علي بن محمد بن عباس‎) also known as Abū Hayyān al-Tawhīdī (Arabic: أبو حيان التوحيدي‎) was one of the most influential intellectuals ...
Ælfmaer
Ælfmaer was a medieval Bishop of Sherborne.Ælfmaer was consecrated in 1017. He died in 1023, possibly on 5 April.
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Works of Wulfstan of York
Wulfstan II, Archbishop of York wrote some works in Latin, and numerous works in Old English, then the vernacular. He has also been credited with a few short poems. His works can generally be divided...
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