Events noted in 1100

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1100

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

1103

Died: Alfes, Isaac a rabbi

1104

Born: Jarchi, Solomon Ben Isaac otherwise Raschi and Isaaki

1106

Died: Roscellinus

1108

Died: Hugh Of Cluni a saint of the Romish calendar

“Bibliotheque de Cluni.” Hugh Of Cluni a saint of the Romish calendar

1109

Born: Ailred

Died: Ingulphus abbot of Croyland

1111

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

1115

Died: Ives in Latin Ivo

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

1116

Born: Salisbury, John Of one of the greatest ornaments of the twelfth century

1117

Died: Crispin, Gilbert abbot of Westminster in the eleventh and twelfth centuries

1118

Died: Anna-Comnena a lady of extraordinary talents in an age of barbarism

Died: Euthymius, Zigabenus a Greek monk of Constantinople (?–1120)

Died: Glycas, Michael was one of the Byzantine historians

“Annals,” Zonaras, John a Greek historian

1119

Born: Becket, Thomas archbishop of Canterbury in the reign of Henry II. was born in London 1119

1120

Died: Gerard Thom founder of the order of St

1121

Died: Champeaux, William De in Latin Campellensis

1123

Born: Huntington, Henry Of an ancient English historian

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

1124

Died: Arnulph or Ernulph

Died: Eadmer the faithful friend and historian of archbishop Anselm

1125

Died: Bruno, St. founder of the Carthusian monks

1126

Died: Alredus

“History of Werdenberg,” Tschudi, Giles De one of a family of Swiss writers

1127

Died: Belmeis, Richard De bishop of London in the reign of Henry I. was advanced to that sea through the interest of Roger Montgomery

1130

Born: Joachim abbot of Corazzo

1131

Died: Alger a learned priest of the church of Liege

Died: Balderic a French historian

Born: Maimonides, Moses a celebrated rabbi

1132

Died: Hugh, St.

1133

Died: Saemund, Sigfusson a celebrated Icelandic writer

1136

Born: Newborough, William Of commonly known by his Latin name of Gul

1142

Died: Abelard, Peter the son of Berenger

Died: Hugh De St. Victor an eminent divine in the 12th century

1143

Died: Malmsbury, William Of an ancient English historian

1145

Born: Bohadin an Arabian historian of great note

1146

Born: Barry, Girald usually called Giraldus Cambren­sis

“Chronicle” Otho Of Frisingen so called

1150

Died: Pullen, Robert an English cardinal who flourished in the twelfth century

1151

Born: Accorso, Francis an eminent lawyer

Born: Gratian a celebrated Benedictine of the twelfth century

1152

“Here lies the abbé Suger.” Suger the abbé

1153

Died: Bernard, St. one of the most

1154

“Symeonis monacal Durihelmensis libellus de exordio atque procursu Dunhelmensis ecclesiae;” Bedford, Thomas second son of Hilkiah

1155

Born: Eustathius a learned critic of the twelfth century

1156

Died: Peter De Clugny a native of Auvergne

1158

Died: Otho Of Frisingen so called

Died: Tzetzes, John a celebrated grammarian of Constantinople

1159

Died: Adrian Iv., Pope the only Englishman who ever had the honour of sitting in the papal chair

1162

Died: Belmeis, Richard De II. bishop of London in the reign of king Stephen

1164

Died: Hugh Of Amiens also called Hugh Of Rouen

Died: Lombard, Peter well known by the title of Master or“the Sentences

1165

Died: Aben-Ezra -Hezer

1166

Died: Ailred

1170

Born: Benjamin Of Tudela a Jewish rabbi

Born: Dominic, De Guzman a Saint of the Romish calendar

1171

“Letter to Philip earl of Flanders,” Odo, Cantianus so called because he was a native of that county in England

1172

Died: Achard bishop of Avranches in Normandy

1173

Died: Benjamin Of Tudela a Jewish rabbi

1175

Born: Grosseteste, Robert an English prelate

Born: Sadi a celebrated Persian poet and moralist

1176

“De Consolatione” Boethius, Anicius Manlius Torquatus Severinus the most learned and almost the only Latin philosopher of his time (480524)

1179

Died: Waldo, Peter one of the earliest reformers of the church from Popery

1180

“Fantaumasias del Paganisme.” Daniel, Arnaud so in Moreri

Died: Jarchi, Solomon Ben Isaac otherwise Raschi and Isaaki

1181

Died: Agoult, William D' a Provencal gentleman and poet

Died: Alanus De Insulis is the name under which two persons

“Testamentum suum,” Alanus De Insulis is the name under which two persons

Died: Curtius, Quintus is the name

“Policraticon” Curtius, Quintus is the name

1182

Died: Arnoul bishop of Lisieux

Born: Francis Of Assisi a celebrated saint of the Romish church

Died: Salisbury, John Of one of the greatest ornaments of the twelfth century

1184

Died: Baldwin archbishop of Canterbury in the reigns of Henry II. and Richard I. was born of obscure parents at Exeter

1191

Died: Fitzstephen, William an English historian of the twelfth century

1193

Died: Benedict abbot of Peterborough in the twelfth century

Born: Clare, St. the founder of the Clares

1194

Died: Eustathius a learned critic of the twelfth century

1195

Died: Adam Scotus a famous Sorbonnic doctor

Born: Antony, St.

1198

Died: Jaaphar Ebn Thophail an Arabian philosopher

Died: Peter Comestor a celebrated writer in the twelfth century