Wenceslaus I, Duke of Bohemia
Wenceslaus I (Czech: Václav [ˈvaːtslaf]; c. 907 – September 28, 935), or Wenceslas I, was the duke (kníže) of Bohemia from 921 until his assassination in 935, purportedly in a plot by his ow...
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Matilda of Ringelheim
Saint Mathilda (or Matilda, c. 895 – 14 March 968) was the wife of King Henry I of Germany, the first ruler of the Saxon Ottonian (or Liudolfing) dynasty, thereby Duchess (consort) of Saxon...
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Oecumenius
Oecumenius (Greek: Οἰκουμένιος, Ἐπίσκοπος Τρίκκης), once believed to be a Bishop of Trikka (now Trikala) in Thessaly writing about 990 (according to Cave, Scriptorum eccles. hist. liter. (Basel, 1...
Wulfsige (bishop of Cornwall)
Wulfsige was a medieval Bishop of Cornwall.He was consecrated between 959 and 963. He died between 981 and 993.
Þangbrandr
Þangbrandr was a missionary sent to Iceland by king of Norway Óláfr Tryggvason to convert the inhabitants to Christianity. Snorri Sturluson described him as follows:
Þangbrandr's origins are uncer...
Morfyw
Morfyw (died c. 945) was bishop of Bangor from c. 904 to 944 and bishop of Meneva (modern St. David's) for about one year around 945.He probably served between Bishops Llunwerth and Eneuri...
Olaf I of Norway
Olaf Tryggvason (960s – 1000) was King of Norway from 995 to 1000. He was the son of Tryggvi Olafsson, king of Viken (Vingulmark, and Ranrike), and, according to later sagas, the great-grandson of Har...
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Boleslaw I's intervention in the Kievan succession crisis, 1018
The intervention in the Kievan succession crisis of 1015–1019 by the Polish ruler Bolesław Chrobry was an episode in the struggle between Sviatopolk I Vladimirovich ("the Accursed") and his brother Ya...
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Adalbert of Prague
Adalbert of Prague (Czech:  Vojtěch , Polish: Wojciech, c. 956 – April 23, 997), was a Czech Roman Catholic saint, a Bishop of Prague and a missionary who was martyred in his efforts to ...
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Edward the Martyr
Edward the Martyr (Old English: Eadweard; c. 962 – 18 March 978) was King of the English from 975 until he was murdered in 978. Edward was the eldest son of King Edgar but was not his father's acknowl...
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Jordan (Bishop of Poland)
Jordan (died in 982 or 984) was the first Bishop of Poland from 968 with his seat, most probably, in Poznań. He was an Italian or German. Most evidence shows that he was missionary bishop subordinate ...
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Harald Bluetooth
Harald "Bluetooth" Gormsson (Old Norse: Haraldr blátǫnn Gormsson, Danish: Harald Blåtand Gormsen) (probably born c. 935) was a King of Denmark and Norway. He was the son of King Gorm the Old a...
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Odo of Cluny
Odo of Cluny (French: Odon) (c. 878 – 18 November 942) was the second abbot of Cluny. He enacted various reforms in the Cluniac system of France and Italy. He is venerated as a Saint by the Catholic C...
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Tuotilo
Saint Tuotilo (Tutilo, Tutilo von Gallen, Tutilo of Gall, Tutilo of Saint Gall) (c.850 – c.915) was a medieval monk and composer.
Born either in Ireland or in Alemannic Germany, he is said to have...
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Wilfrith II (bishop of Worcester)
Wilfrith or Wilferth was a medieval Bishop of Worcester. He was consecrated between 915 and 922. He died in 928 or 929. The last charter he attested was dated 16 April 928.
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Kuchug
Kuchug was a Pecheneg khan who ruled during the 990s CE. The Nikol'sk Chronicle relates that Kuchug converted to Christianity around the year 990. Kuchug (Modern Turkish: Küçük) means 'little, small' ...
John Canaparius
John Canaparius (German: Johannes Canaparius) was a Benedictine monk at the Aventine monastery in Rome. It had long been assumed that in the year 999 he wrote the first Vita sancti Adalberti episc...
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Antipope Boniface VII
Antipope Boniface VII (Franco Ferrucci, died July 20, 985), was an antipope (974, 984–985). He is supposed to have put Pope Benedict VI to death. A popular tumult compelled him to flee to Constantinop...
Radboud of Utrecht
Saint Radbod (or Radboud) (before 850 – 917) was bishop of Utrecht from 900 to 917.He was a descendant of the last King of the Frisians. He spent his youth with his uncle Gunther, Archbishop of Cologn...
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Luke of Steiris
Luke of Steiris, Luke Thaumaturgus, Luke the Younger, Luke of Hellas, or Luke the Wonder-worker (d. 946 AD) was a Byzantine saint of the tenth century AD who lived in the themes (provinces) of Hellas ...
Rhydderch (bishop)
Rhydderch (Medieval Latin: Riderch) was a 10th-century bishop of Meneva (modern St. David's).Most sources place his ministry between Ruelin and Elwyn, but the Annals of Wales place him after Morfy...
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Henry I (bishop of Augsburg)
Henry I (died 14 July 982) was the Bishop of Augsburg from 973 to his death. He succeeded Saint Ulrich. Unlike under Ulrich, the diocese suffered under Henry's bellicose episcopate.Henry aided the reb...
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Pothos Argyros (10th century)
Pothos Argyros (Greek: Πόθος Ἀργυρός; fl. c. 910 – after 958) was a Byzantine general active in the first half of the 10th century.
He was the son of the magistros Eustathios Argyros, Dr...