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|Gregorian calendar||1079 |
|Ab urbe condita||1832|
|Armenian calendar||528 |
|Bahá'í calendar||-765 – -764|
|Coptic calendar||795 – 796|
|Ethiopian calendar||1071 – 1072|
|Hebrew calendar||4839 – 4840|
|- Vikram Samvat||1134 – 1135|
|- Shaka Samvat||1001 – 1002|
|- Kali Yuga||4180 – 4181|
|Iranian calendar||457 – 458|
|Islamic calendar||471 – 472|
|- Imperial Year||Kōki 1739|
|Thai solar calendar||1622|
- Persian astronomer, Omar Khayyám, computed the length of the year as 365.24219858156 days which has been the most accurate calculation of old times. Khayyam also, in Treatise on Demonstrations of Problems in Algebra, produced a complete classification of cubic equations and their geometric solutions.
- Murder of Saint Stanislaus of Szczepanów (pol. Stanisław ze Szczepanowa) by Polish King Bolesław II the Bold
- Halsten and Ingold I succeed Haakon the Red in Sweden.
- Ladislaus Herman succeeds Boleslaus II in Poland.
- William I of England establishes the New Forest.
- Constance of Burgundy founds a monastery in Burgos.
- Abbess Hildegard of Bingen makes the first surviving reference to the use of hops in brewing. (or 1067? — Hildegard of Bingen/Rupertsberg lived 1098–1179. The reference attributed to her cannot be 1067.)
- August 8 — Emperor Horikawa of Japan (d. 1107)
- Peter Abelard, French scholastic philosopher (d. 1142)
People of the year 1079 at Familypedia
7 people were born in 1079
|Father||Mother||Age mother at birth|
|Hakon Paulsson (c1079-1126)||Paul I Thorfinnson (1020-1098)||Sunniva Haakonsdatter|
|Angelina de Aragón||Sancho Ramírez (c. 1042 – 4 June 1094) King of Aragón||Mistress of king (unknown)|
|Guillem II de Cerdanya (c1079-1109)||Guillem I de Cerdanya (c1068-1095)||Sancha of Barcelona (c1057-1095)|
|Eustachie de Dammartin (c1079-aft1081)||Hugues de Dammartin (c1055-1103)||Roharde de Clare (c1060-?)|
|Urraca of León and Castile (1079-1126)||Alfonso VI of León and Castile (1040-1109)||Constance de Bourgogne (1046-1093)|
|Rudolf von Luxemburg (c1079-1099)||Konrad I von Luxemburg (1040-1086)||Clémence of Aquitaine (1060-1142)|
|Gepa von Arnsberg (c1079-1135)||Konrad II. von Werl-Arnsberg (c1040-1092)||Mathilde von Northeim (c1058-c1205)|
3 children were born to the 4 women born in 1079
15 people died in 1079
1001 people lived in 1079
Events of the year 1079 at Familypedia
4 people were married in 1079.
|Ermengol IV of Urgell (1056-1092)||Llucia de La Marche (?-c1078) +Adélaïde de Provence (?-1129)|
|Aénor d'Amboise (1055-c1102)||Jean I de Lignières (1050-?)|
|Adélaïde de Provence (?-1129)||Ermengol IV of Urgell (1056-1092)|
|Agnes von Rheinfelden (c1065-1111)||Berthold II. von Zähringen (c1050-1111)|
There were 0 military battles in 1079.
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