Isaac ibn Ghiyyat
Isaac ben Judah ibn Ghiyyat (or Ghayyat) (Hebrew: יצחק בן יהודה אבן גיאת‎, Arabic: ﺇﺑﻦ ﻏﻴﺎث‎ ibn Ghayyath) (1038–1089) was a Spanish rabbi, Biblical commentator, philosopher, and l...
Peter Igneus
Saint Peter Igneus (long only venerated as Blessed) was an Italian Benedictine monk of the congregation of the Vallombrosians, abbot and Cardinal Bishop of Albano. He is often referred to as a member ...
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Renauld II, Count of Nevers
Renauld II, Count of Nevers and Auxerre (died 1089) was the son of William I of Nevers, Count of Nevers and Ermengarde. He married Ida, daughter of Artald V, Count of Forez. They had a child, Ermeng...
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Agnes of Aquitaine, Countess of Savoy
Agnes of Aquitaine (c.1052 – after 18 June 1089) was a daughter of "Count William of Poitiers", probably William VII, Duke of Aquitaine and his wife Ermesinde. Agnes herself was Countess consort...
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Kiurike II of Lori
Kiurike II (alternatively spelled Gorige, Korike or Gurgen) was the third king of the Kingdom of Lori. He was succeeded by his son David II.
Durandus of Troarn
Durandus of Troarn (b. about 1012, at Le Neubourg near Evreux; d. 1089, at Troarn near Caen) was a French Benedictine and ecclesiastical writer.Affiliated from early childhood to the Benedictine commu...
Lanfranc
Lanfranc (c. 1005/1010 Pavia — 24 May 1089 Canterbury) was an Italian Benedictine monk and successively Prior of Bec Abbey, Abbot of the Abbey of St Stephen in Caen and Archbishop of Canterbury. ...
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Ranulf de Briquessart
Ranulf de Briquessart (or Ranulf the Viscount) (died c. 1089 or soon after) was an 11th-century Norman magnate and viscount. Ranulf's family were connected to the House of Normandy by marriage, and, b...
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Mieszko Bolesławowic
Mieszko Bolesławowic (c. 1069–1089) was the only son of Bolesław II the Bold, King of Poland. Bolesławowic was Prince of Cracow from 1086 until his death in 1089.
Bolesławowic was, in all likeliho...
Sigwin von Are
Sigwin von Are (died 31 May 1089), called the Pious, was Archbishop of Cologne from 1078 to his death. He was a deacon in Cologne in 1076. Appointed archbishop by the Emperor Henry IV, he remained a s...
Gisulf II of Salerno
Gisulf II (also spelled Gisulph, Latin Gisulphus or Gisulfus, and Italian Gisulfo or Gisolfo) was the last Lombard prince of Salerno (1052–1077).Gisulf was the eldest son and successor of Guaimar IV a...
William the Walloon
William the Walloon (date of birth unknown; d. (probably) 22 December 1089) was a Benedictine abbot.
He became Abbot of St. Arnoul at Metz in 1050. He continued the good traditions of his predeces...
Theobald III, Count of Blois
Theobald III of Blois (French: Thibaut) (1012–1089) was count of Blois, Meaux and Troyes. He was son of Odo II, Count of Blois and Ermengarde of Auvergne.
Upon his father's death in 1037, Theobald...
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Demetrius Zvonimir of Croatia
Demetrius Zvonimir (Croatian: Dmitar Zvonimir, [dmîtar zʋônimiːr], Latin: Demetrius Sunimirio, died 20 April 1089) was King of Croatia from 1075 until his death. He was crowned as king in Soli...
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