Maria of Bohemia
Maria of Bohemia (c. 1124 or 1125 – 1160 or 1172) was the only daughter of Duke Soběslav I, Duke of Bohemia, and his wife Adelaide of Hungary, the granddaughter of Géza I of Hungary. Maria was M...
Alfonso of Hauteville
Alfonso of Hauteville (Latin: Anfusus) (c. 1120 – 10 October 1144), third son of Roger II of Sicily and Elvira of Castile, was the prince of Capua from 1135 to his death. He was named after his matern...
Canute V of Denmark
Canute V Magnussen (Danish: Knud V Magnussen) (c. 1129 – 9 August 1157) was a King of Denmark from 1146 to 1157, as co-regent in shifting alliances with his Sweyn III and Valdemar I. Canute ...
Ioveta of Bethany
Ioveta (c. 1120-c. 1170s) was the fourth and youngest daughter of King Baldwin II and Morphia of Melitene. She was the princess of Jerusalem.
Ioveta's name appears in various forms, including Jove...
Emperor Shizong of Jin
Emperor Shizong of Jin (March 29, 1123 – January 20, 1189) of the Jin Dynasty (Chinese: 金世宗; pinyin: Jīn Shìzōng) was emperor of the Jin Dynasty, the Jurchen dynasty which ruled northern China...
Emperor Go-Shirakawa
Emperor Go-Shirakawa (後白河天皇 Go-Shirakawa-tennō) (October 18, 1127 – April 26, 1192) was the 77th emperor of Japan, according to the traditional order of succession. His reign spanned the years from 11...
Zhao Boju
Zhao Boju (1120–1182), was a Chinese painter during the early Southern Song Dynasty (1127–1279).Zhao was born in the Hebei provence, and painted landscapes, figures, flowers, fruit and birds. No...
Ermengarde, Viscountess of Narbonne
Ermengarde (Occitan: Ermengarda, Ainermada, or Ainemarda) (b. 1127 or 1129 – d. Perpignan, 14 October 1197), was a viscountess of Narbonne from 1134 to 1192. She was the daughter of Aimery II of Narbo...
Sibylla of Burgundy
Sibylla of Burgundy (1126 – 16 September 1150 in Salerno) was the second queen consort of Roger II of Sicily.
She was a daughter of Hugh II, Duke of Burgundy and his wife Felicia-Matilda of Mayenn...
Adolf II of Holstein
Adolf II of Holstein (c. 1128 – 6 July 1164) was the Count of Schauenburg and Holstein from 1130 until his death, though he was briefly out of Holstein from 1137 until 1142. He succeeded h...
Dobroniega of Poland
Dobroniega of Poland (Polish: Dobroniega Ludgarda, German: Dobroniega (Luitgard) von Polen; b. c. 1129 – d. by 1160), was a Polish princess, a member of the House of Piast and by marriage the ...
Dermot mac Tadhg Mor
Dermot mac Tadhg Mor, 7th king of Moylurg, reigned from 1124 to 1159. Vassal and kinsman of the O Conchobhair Kings of Connacht. Dermot was the progenitor of the MacDermot family, as well as its off-s...
Ibn Maḍāʾ
Abu al-Abbas Ahmad bin Abd al-Rahman bin Muhammad bin Sa'id bin Harith bin Asim al-Lakhmi al-Qurtubi, better known as Ibn Maḍāʾ (1116–1196) was a Muslim polymath from Córdoba in Islamic Spain. Ibn Mad...
Baldwin of Forde
Baldwin of Forde or Ford c. 1125 – 19 November 1190) was Archbishop of Canterbury between 1185 and 1190. The son of a clergyman, he studied canon law and theology at Bologna and was tutor to Pope...
Raynald of Châtillon
Raynald of Châtillon (also Reynald, Reynold, Renald, or Reginald; French: Renaud de Châtillon, Old French: Reynaud de Chastillon; c. 1125 – July 4, 1187) was a knight who served in the Second Crusade ...
Emperor Xiaozong of Song
Emperor Xiaozong (27 November 1127 – 28 June 1194) was the eleventh emperor of the Song Dynasty of China, and the second emperor of the Southern Song. His personal name was Zhao Shen. He reigned from ...
Lorcán Ua Tuathail
Lorcán Ua Tuathail, also known as Saint Laurence O'Toole (1128 – 14 November 1180) was Archbishop of Dublin at the time of the Norman invasion of Ireland. He played a prominent role in the Irish Chur...
Ottokar III of Styria
Ottokar III (1124 – December 31, 1164) was Margrave of Styria from 1129 until 1164. He was the son of Leopold the Strong and father of Ottokar IV, the last of the dynasty of the Otakars. His wife was ...
Ratibor I, Duke of Pomerania
Ratibor I (Racibor) (c. 1124 – 1156) of the House of Pomerania (Griffins) was Duke of Pomerania. He was married to Pribislawa, and was the ancestor of the Ratiborides sideline of the Griffins.Initiall...
Chōgen (monk)
Chōgen (重源) (1121-1206), also known as Shunjōbō Chōgen (俊乗坊重源), was a Japanese Buddhist monk. From 1181 he devoted twenty-five years of his life to the endowment and rebuilding of Tōdai-ji aft...