Urso of Calabria
Urso of Calabria also Urso of Salerno, Ursus Salernitanus, Urso di Calabria. (died 1225) was an Italian scholastic philosopher, and significant author of medical works in the school of Salerno. He has...
Yehuda Alharizi
Yehuda Alharizi, also Judah ben Solomon Harizi or al-Harizi (Hebrew: יהודה בן שלמה אלחריזי‎, Yehudah ben Shelomo al-Harizi, Arabic: يحيا بن سليمان بن شاؤل أبو زكريا الحريزي اليهودي من أ...
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Gertrude of Baden
Gertrude of Baden (before 1160 – before 1225) was a Margravine of Baden by birth and by marriage a Countess of Dagsburg. She was a daughter of Margrave Hermann III of Baden and his wife, Bertha...
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Gertrude of Dagsburg
Gertrude of Dagsburg (died 30 March 1225) was the daughter and heiress of Albert II, count of Metz and Dagsburg (Dabo). She was a trouvère, and was married three times.Gertrude was named after her mot...
Margaret of Louvain
Blessed Margaret of Louvain (also known as Marguerite la Fière) (1207–1225) is venerated in the Roman Catholic Church. She was a servant from Louvain, Brabant, Belgium who witnessed robbers kill her e...
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Dipold, Count of Acerra
Dipold (died after 1221), known in German as Diepold or Dietpold von Schweinspeunt or Schweinspünt, was a ministerialis who was raised to the Duchy of Spoleto in 1209. Of Bavarian origin, he was a rep...
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Jebe
Jebe (or Jebei; Mongolian: Зэв, Zev; birth name: Zurgadai) (died 1225) was one of the prominent Noyans (generals) of Genghis Khan. He belonged to the Besud clan, part of the Taichud tribe, which w...
Arnaud Amalric
Arnaud Amaury or Arnaud Amalric (died 1225) was a Cistercian abbot who took a prominent role in the Albigensian Crusade. He is most remembered for allegedly advising a soldier, who was worrying about ...
Adolf III of Holstein
Adolf III, Count of Schauenburg and Holstein (1160 – 3 January 1225) was the ruler of the Counties of Schauenburg and Holstein. He is particularly remembered for his establishment of a new settlement ...
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Qadi Thanaullah Panipati
Qazi Muhammad Sanaullah Panipati (Arabic: قاضي ثناء الله بنيباتي‎) (d. 1225 AH ) was a Sunni Islamic scholar.
His full name was Qazi Thanaullah Panipati aka Qazi Sanaullah Panipati.
Ma (surname)
Ma (simplified Chinese: 马; traditional Chinese: 馬; pinyin: Mǎ) is a Chinese family name. The surname literally means "horse". It is one of the most common family names in China. As of 2006...
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Ma Yuan (painter)
Ma Yuan Chinese: 馬遠; pinyin: Mǎ Yuǎn; Wade–Giles: Ma Yüan (c. 1160–65 – 1225) was a Chinese painter of the Song Dynasty. His works, together with that of Xia Gui, formed the ba...
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Raynald of Nocera
Raynald was a Benedictine Bishop of Nocera. Born around 1150, in the village of Postignano, near Nocera, Italy, to parents of German descent. He entered the Benedictines monastery at Fonte-Avellana, a...
Eliezer ben Joel HaLevi
Eliezer ben Yoel HaLevi of Bonn (Hebrew acronym ראבי״ה Ra'avyah; 1140–1225) was a Rabbinic scholar in Germany. He had a significant influence on Asher ben Jehiel (the ROSH). As a Rishon, he was promin...
Hōjō Masako
Hōjō Masako (北条 政子, 1156 – August 16, 1225) was an onna-bugeisha, and the eldest daughter of Hōjō Tokimasa (the first shikken, or regent, of the Kamakura shogunate) by his wife Hōjō no Maki. She w...
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Ōe no Hiromoto
Ōe no Hiromoto (大江 広元) (1148–1225) was a kuge (court noble) and vassal of Japan's Kamakura shogunate, and contributed to establishing the shogunate's governmental structure.A great-grandson of the fam...
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Al-Nasir
Al-Nasir li-Din Allah (1158 – 2/6 October 1225) (Arabic: الناصر لدين الله‎) was the 34th Abbasid Caliph in Baghdad from 1180 until his death. His laqab literally means The Victor for the Re...
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Ahmad al-Buni
Ahmad ibn ‘Ali al-Buni (Arabic: أحمد البوني‎), his complete name is Sharaf al-Din or Shihab al-Din Ahmad ibn Ali ibn Yusuf al-Buni al-Maliki al-ifriqi (born in Bône (Annaba), Algeria died 12...
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Nathar Vali
Nathar Vali (died 1225 CE) was a Sufi saint and among the first Sufis to bring Islam to South India and Sri Lanka. He came to Trichy in the 11th century; his shrine is located in Tiruchirapalli, Tamil...
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Jien
Jien (慈円, 17 May 1155 in Kyoto – 28 October 1225 in Omi (now Shiga)) was a Japanese poet, historian, and Buddhist monk.
Jien was the son Fujiwara no Tadamichi, a member of the Fujiwara fa...
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Hugh Bigod, 3rd Earl of Norfolk
Hugh Bigod (c. 1182 – 1225) was a member of the powerful early Norman Bigod familyand was for a short time the 3rd Earl of Norfolk.
He was born c. 1182, the eldest son of Roger Bigod,...
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Gislebert of Mons
Gislebert (or Gilbert) of Mons (c. 1150 – 1225) was a clergyman in the administration of the County of Hainaut and a chronicler whose Chronicon Hanoniense (Chronicle of Hainaut) is an essential eyewit...
William the Breton
William the Breton (c. 1165 – c. 1225), French chronicler and poet, was a contemporary and dependent of French king Philip Augustus for whom he served in diplomatic missions and for whom he wrot...
John of Fountains
John of Fountains (died 6 May 1225) was a medieval Bishop of Ely.
John was abbot of Fountains Abbey by 13 December 1211, when he was blessed at Melrose by the bishop of Down. Nothing is known of h...
Lamberto Visconti di Eldizio
Lamberto Visconti di Eldizio (died 1225) was the Judge of Gallura from 1206, when he married the heiress Elena, to his own death. He was a member of the Visconti family of Pisa and the first of that d...
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Raoul of Merencourt
Raoul of Merencourt (also called Ralph or Radulphus) was Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem from 1214 to 1225. He succeeded the assassinated Albert Avogadro.In 1216 he attended the Fourth Lateran Council wi...
Battle of Cresson
The Battle of Cresson was a small battle fought on May 1, 1187, at the springs of Cresson, or 'Ain Gozeh, near Nazareth. It was a prelude to the decisive defeat of the Kingdom of Jerusalem at the Batt...
Engelbert II of Berg
Count Engelbert II of Berg, also known as Saint Engelbert, Engelbert of Cologne, Engelbert I, Archbishop of Cologne or Engelbert I of Berg, Archbishop of Cologne (1185 or 1186, Schloss Burg – 7 ...
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Jacobus Balduinus
Jacobus Balduinus (died 1225) was an Italian jurist.He was born in Bologna, and is reputed to have been of a noble family. He was a pupil of Azo, and the master of Odofredus, of the canonist Hostiens...