Events noted in 1000

The event pages are experimental; the OCR errors in the text mean this is incomplete and unreliable but I offer it in the hopes that it will be of some use. Events shown include births and deaths of people with their own entries, and also the publication dates of some of the works cited.

1000

“The Siege of Damascus,” Duncombe, William an ingenious poetical and miscellaneous writer

“An humble and hearty Address to all the Protestants in the present Army,” Johnson, Samuel an English divine of remarkable learning and steadiness in suffering for the principles of tha 1History of the Spalding Society.—Nichols’s Bowyer. 39Revolution in 1688

1005

Died: Ælfric successively bishop of Wilton and archbishop of Canterbury

Born: Lanfranc archbishop of Canterbury in the eleventh century

1008

Died: Bernard Of Menthon a monk in the tenth century

1013

Born: Alfes, Isaac a rabbi

1014

Born: Abulgasi, Bayatur khan of the Tartars

1022

“Tot sibi sunt dotes, Virgo, quot sidera ccelo.” Puteanus, Erycius in Flemish Vander Putten

1023

Born: Hugh Of Cluni a saint of the Romish calendar

1028

Died: Dithmar

1029

“Chronicle of France” Ademar a monk of St

1030

Died: Adalberon, Ascelinus was consecrated bishop of Leon in the year 977

Born: Bruno, St. founder of the Carthusian monks

Born: Ingulphus abbot of Croyland

1033

Born: Anselm archbishop of Canterbury in the reigns of William Rufus and Henry I was an Italian by birth

1035

Born: Ives in Latin Ivo

1038

Died: Agelnoth or Æthelnoth

Died: Alhazen

1050

Born: Saemund, Sigfusson a celebrated Icelandic writer

1053

Born: Guibert abbot

1056

Born: Nestor, A Monk Of The Convent Of Petchersti At Kiof In Russia, Whose Secular Name Is Not Known was born in 1056

1057

Died: Aboulola, Ahmed Ben Soliman an Arabian poet

1058

Born: Algazeli, Abou-Hamed-Mohammed an Arabian philosopher

1060

“Annales” Ptolemy of Lucca

1065

Born: Hugh De Flavigny born in 1065

1066

Died: Aldred abbot of Tavistock

1073

Died: Damian, Peter an eminent cardinal

1075

Died: Suidas author of a celebrated Greek Lexicon

Born: Vitalis, Ordericus an ancient English historian

Died: Xyphilin, John a patriarch of Constantinople in the eleventh century

1076

“Camera Regis, or a short view of Lon^ don, viz. antiquity, &c, officers, courts, customs, franchises,” Brydal, John a law-writer and antiquary

1079

Born: Abelard, Peter the son of Berenger

1081

“Worthies of Devon.” Garland, John a grammarian

Died: Scylitza, John called also Cu­Ropalates

1082

Born: Suger the abbé

1087

Died: Constantine Of Africa and surnamed the African

Died: Turgot an ancient historian

1088

Died: Berengarius the celebrated archdeacon of Angers (1000–?)

1089

Died: Lanfranc archbishop of Canterbury in the eleventh century

Born: Roscellinus

1091

Died: Augustine usually styled the Apostle of the English

Born: Bernard, St. one of the most

1095

“History of the First Crusade,” Albert canon and guardian of the church of Aix in Provence

1099

Born: Aben-Ezra -Hezer

Died: Osmund, St. a celebrated bishop of Salisbury