Hace 2 días · 12th century. 12th century: Bond trading in France. 13th century. 13th century: Rocket for military and recreational uses date back to at least 13th-century China. 13th century: The earliest form of mechanical escapement, the verge escapement in Europe.
Hace 4 días · The Norman dynasty, established by William the Conqueror, ruled England for over half a century before the period of succession crisis known as the Anarchy (1135–1154). Following the Anarchy, England came under the rule of the House of Plantagenet, a dynasty which later inherited claims to the Kingdom of France.
Hace 2 días · 10th – 12th century: Syriac: Semitic: Turkey; Iraq; Syria: still used as a literary secular language: 10th – 12th century: Samaritan Aramaic: Semitic: West Bank, Palestine; Israel: now only used as liturgical language: 10th century: Sakan: Iranian: Xinjiang, China: 10th century: Himyaritic: Semitic: Yemen: 10th century: Zhang-Zhung: Sino-Tibetan: western Tibet (Central Asia)DateLanguageLanguage FamilyRegion5 October 2022Mixed Aleut – RussianCommander Islands, Russia16 February 202225 September 2021Wukchumni dialect of Tule-Kaweah YokutsYok-Utian (proposed)California, United States7 March 2021Kamchatka Krai, Russia
Hace 4 días · During the 12th century, there were contrary opinions expressed about the nature of kingship, and many contemporary writers believed that monarchs should rule in accordance with the custom and the law, and take counsel of the leading members of the realm. There was as yet no model for what should happen if a king refused to do so.
Hace 3 días · In the 19th century, the coronation of Napoleon I and the funerals of many of the French Republic's presidents took place at the cathedral. The 1831 publication of Victor Hugo 's novel Notre-Dame de Paris (known in English as The Hunchback of Notre-Dame ) inspired popular interest in the cathedral, which led to a major restoration project between 1844 and 1864, supervised by Eugène Viollet-le-Duc .
Hace 4 días · Its history is divided into two periods with a brief interruption in its existence, beginning with its collapse after the siege of Jerusalem in 1187 and its restoration after the Third Crusade in 1192. The original Kingdom of Jerusalem lasted from 1099 to 1187 before being almost entirely overrun by the Ayyubid Sultanate under Saladin.