Gilles de Corbeil
Gilles de Corbeil (Latin: Egidius de Corbolio or Egidius Corboliensis; also Aegidius) was a French royal physician, teacher, and poet. He was born in approximately 1140 and died in the first quarter ...
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Harold (martyr)
Saint Harold (d. 1168) was a child martyr who was reported to have been slain by Jews in Gloucester, England, in 1168. The claims arose in the aftermath of the circulation of the first blood libel myt...
Renier of Trit
Renier of Trit was the first Frankish duke of Philippopolis (modern Plovdiv, Bulgaria) from 1204 to 1205. He was a knight from Trith-Saint Léger, Hainaut, on the Fourth Crusade.Renier was granted Phil...
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Köten
Köten or Kotyan (fl. 1223–39) was a Cuman military commander and khan (lord) of the Terteroba clan during the mid–13th century.
He forged the Cuman–Kievan Rus alliance against the Tatars. His son-...
Werner II, Count of Habsburg
Werner II of Habsburg (died 19 August 1167) was Count of Habsburg and a progenitor of the royal House of Habsburg. He was the great-great-grandfather of King Rudolph I of Germany.He was the son of Cou...
Mstislav Mstislavich
Mstislav Mstislavich the Bold (Russian: Мстисла́в Мстисла́вич Уда́тный; Удало́й, Ukrainian: Мстисла́в II Мстисла́вич) was one of the most popular and active princes of Kiev...
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Master Sibrand
Master Sibrand (Meister Sibrand, Magister Sibrandus) was the founder of the hospital in Akkon, which was to become the nucleus of the Teutonic Knights. For this reason, he is sometimes considered the ...
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Peter IV of Bulgaria
Peter IV (in Bulgarian Petăr IV, or commonly but less accurately Petăr II) (Bulgarian: Петър IV) ruled as emperor (tsar) of Bulgaria 1185–1197. Together with his brother Asen he managed to restore...
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Muireadhach I, Earl of Menteith
Muireadhach I (also written as Murethach, Murdoch or Maurice) is the second known Mormaer of Menteith. He succeeded his father Gille Críst by the time of his appearance in a charter of William the Lio...
Pedro Ponce de Cabrera
Pedro Ponce de Cabrera (died 1248/1254), was a magnate from the Kingdom of León, son of Ponce Vela de Cabrera and his wife Teresa Rodríguez Girón, daughter of Rodrigo Gutiérrez Girón and his first wi...
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Gillebríghde Albanach
Gillebríghde Albanach (fl. 1200–1230) was a medieval Scottish poet and crusader. He took part, along with his fellow-Gael Muireadhach Albanach, in the Fifth Crusade, reaching Acre in 1218 or 1219, an...
John of Hauville
John of Hauville (also known as Johannes de Hauvilla, Johannes de Altavilla, John of Hauteville and Jean de Hauteville) was a moralist and satirical poet of the 12th century (flourished about 1184).
Bartholomew II Ghisi
Bartholomew II Ghisi (Italian: Bartolommeo Ghisi; died 1341) was a Latin feudal lord in medieval Greece, lord of Tinos and Mykonos, Triarch of Negroponte and Grand Constable of the Principality of...
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Patriarch Theodore II of Constantinople
Theodore II Eirenikos (Greek: Θεόδωρος Β' Εἰρηνικός), also known as Theodore Kopas or Koupas (Κωπάς/Κουπάς), was a high-ranking Byzantine official and chief minister during most of the reign of th...
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