William Firmatus
William Firmatus (French: Guillaume Firmat; 1026–1103) was a Norman hermit and pilgrim of the eleventh century, now venerated as a saint in the Catholic Church.
William Firmatus was a ca...
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Anselm of Canterbury
Saint Anselm of Canterbury (/ˈænsɛlm/; c. 1033 – 21 April 1109), also called Anselm of Aosta after his birthplace and Anselm of Bec after his monastery, was a Benedictine monk, philosopher,...
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Richard de Redvers
Richard de Redvers (or Reviers, Rivers, or Latinised to de Ripariis ("from the river-banks")) (fl. c. 1066 – 8 September 1107), 1st feudal baron of Plympton in Devon, was a Norman nobleman, from...
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Danishmend Gazi
Danishmend Gazi, full name Gümüştekin Danishmend Ahmed Gazi, Danishmend Taylu, or Malik Dānishmand Aḥmad Ghāzī (died 1104), was the founder of the beylik of Danishmends. After the Turkish advance into...
Ebontius
Ebontius (died 1104), also known as Ebon, Pontius, or Ponce, was Bishop of Barbastro, Spain, after its recapture from the Moors. Born in Comminges, Haute Garonne, France, he became a Benedictine and a...
Fernando Díaz
Fernando Díaz (floruit 1071–1106) was a Spanish nobleman and military leader in the Kingdom of León, the most powerful Asturian magnate of the period. He held the highest rank in the kingdom, that of ...
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Duqaq
Abu Nasr Shams al-Muluk Duqaq (died June 8, 1104) was the Seljuq ruler of Damascus from 1095 to 1104.
Duqaq was a son of the Seljuq ruler of Syria, Tutush I, and Khatun Safwat al-Mulk, He was the ...
Gregory III, Count of Tusculum
Gregory III (died about 1108) was the son of Gregory II. He was the Count of Tusculum from 1058, when his father died. He is usually considered to stand at the fore of the family of the Colonna.Unlike...
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Haziga of Diessen
Haziga of Diessen, also known as Hadegunde (c. 1040 – 1 August 1104) was a Countess consort of Scheyern. Her descent is not entirely clear. It is usually assumed that her father was Coun...
Jaya Pala

Jaya Pala (1075-1100) was ruler of Pala Dynasty (900–1100) of Kamarupa Kingdom.
Yusuf ibn Tashfin
Yusuf ibn Tashfin also, Tashafin, or Teshufin; or Yusuf; (Full name: Yûsuf bnu Tâšfîn Nâçereddîn bnu Tâlâkâkîn as-Sanhâjî, Arabic: يوسف بن تاشفين ناصر الدين بن تالاكاكين الصنهاجي ‎; reigned ...
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Su Shi
Su Shi (January 8, 1037 – August 24, 1101), also known as Su Tungpo, was a Chinese writer, poet, painter, calligrapher, pharmacologist, gastronome, and a states...
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William-Jordan
William II Jordan (died 1109) was the Count of Berga beginning in 1094, the Count of Cerdanya beginning in 1095, and Regent of the County of Tripoli beginning in 1105.He was the son of William I of Ce...
Raghib Isfahani
Abul-Qasim al-Hussein bin Mufaddal bin Muhammad, better known as Raghib Isfahani (Persian: ابوالقاسم حسین ابن محمّد الراغب الاصفهانی ‎), was an eleventh century Muslim scholar of Qur'anic exeges...
Minamoto no Yoshiie
Minamoto no Yoshiie (源 義家; 1039 – 4 August 1106), also known as Hachimantarō, was a Minamoto clan samurai of the late Heian period, and Chinjufu shogun (Commander-in-chief of the defense of the North)...
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Henry I, Margrave of the Saxon Ostmark
Henry I (1070–1103), called the Elder, count of Eilenburg and son of Count Dedo II of Wettin and his second wife Adela of Brabant, inherited in 1075 the marches of Lusatia and Ostmark.In 1089, fo...
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Bernard of Carinola
Bernard of Carinola, also known as Bernard of Capua, was Bishop of Carinola. He was the confessor of Duke Richard II of Capua until appointed the Bishop of Forum Claudii in 1087 by Pope Victor III. He...
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Mansur ibn Nasir
Mansur ibn Nasir (died 1104) was the sixth ruler of the Hammadids in Algeria (1088–1104).Under al-Mansur, the son of Nasir ibn Alnas (1062–1088) the decline of the Hammadid kingdom began. Although he ...
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Dominic de la Calzada
Saint Dominic de la Calzada (or Dominic of the Causeway) (Spanish: Santo Domingo de la Calzada) (1019 – 12 May 1109) was a saint from a cottage in Burgos very close to La Rioja. Born Domingo Garc...
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Antipope Theodoric
Theodoric was an antipope in 1100 and 1101.Antipope Clement III died on September 8, 1100. His followers in Rome met secretly at night in St. Peter's Basilica, where they elected and enthroned Cardina...