Manjeok
Manjǒk (or spelled as Manjeok) (Korean: 만적; 萬積) (?-1198) was a slave in Goryeo era Korea. It is said that he was a slave of Choe Chung-heon, a powerful military dictator at that time.During the reign ...
John of Coutances
John of Coutances was a medieval Bishop of Worcester.
John was a nephew of Walter of Coutances, Bishop of Lincoln and was treasurer of the diocese of Lisieux before his uncle appointed him Archdea...
Patriarch George II of Constantinople
George II Xiphilinos or Xiphilinus was the Patriarch of Constantinople between 1191 and 1198 AD. According to Balsamon, George, during the reign of Alexios I Komnenos, added one member to the Exocatac...
Constance, Queen of Sicily
Constance (2 November 1154 – 27 November 1198) was the heiress of the Norman kings of Sicily and the wife of Henry VI, Holy Roman Emperor. She was Queen of Sicily in 1194–98, jointly with h...
Frederick I, Count of Berg-Altena
Frederick I (German: Friedrich I.) (1173–1198) was a count of Berg-Altena, the later County of Mark.Frederick was the son of Eberhard I, Count of Berg-Altena, and inherited the south-eastern terri...
Tibors de Sarenom
Tibors de Sarenom or Tiburge (c. 1130 – aft. 1198) is the earliest attestable trobairitz, active during the classical period of medieval Occitan literature at the height of the popularity of the...
Abu Madyan
Abu Madyan (1126–1198), also known as Abū Madyan S̲h̲uʿayb, or Abū Madyan, or Sidi Bou-Mediene, or Sidi Abu Madyan Shuayb ibn al-Hussein al-Ansari, was an influential Andalusian mystic and a great Suf...
Averroism
Averroism is a school of Islamic philosophy that arose from the influence of the 12th century Al-Andalus Muslim philosopher Averroës, who worked on reconciling Aristotelianism with Islam. Alternativel...
Abraham ben David
Abraham ben David (c. 1125 – 27 November 1198), also known by the abberviation RABaD (for Rabbeinu Abraham ben David) Ravad or RABaD III , was a Provençal rabbi, a great commentator on the Talm...
Nerses of Lambron
Saint Nerses of Lambron (Armenian: Ներսես Լամբրոնացի, Nerses Lambronatsi) (1153–1198) was the Archbishop of Tarsus in the Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia who is remembered as one of the most significa...
Sophia of Minsk
Sophia of Minsk (or Sophia of Polotsk) (c. 1140 – 5 May 1198) was a Danish medieval queen consort as the spouse of King Valdemar I of Denmark, and later a landgravine of Thuringia.
Sophia was the ...
Donatus of Ripacandida
Donatus was a Benedictine monk. He was born in Ripacandida, Italy. He became a Benedictine in 1194, at Petina, Italy.
Marie of France, Countess of Champagne
Marie of France (1145 – March 11, 1198) was the elder daughter of King Louis VII of France and Duchess Eleanor of Aquitaine. Her parents' marriage was annulled in 1152, and custody of Marie and her si...
Dulce of Aragon
Dulce of Aragon (or of Barcelona) (1160–1 September 1198) was the wife of King Sancho I of Portugal. She was the eldest daughter of Ramon Berenguer IV, Count of Barcelona and his wife, Queen Petronila...
Hugh Nonant
Hugh Nonant (sometimes Hugh de Nonant; died 27 March 1198) was a medieval Bishop of Coventry in England. A great-nephew and nephew of two Bishops of Lisieux, he held the office of archdeacon in that d...
Yaroslav II Vsevolodovich
Yaroslav II Vsevolodovich (Kiev, 1139–1198) was a Rus’ prince (a member of the Rurik dynasty). He was prince of Ropesk (c. 1146–1166), of Starodub (1166–1176), and of Chernigov (1176–1198). When he be...
Frederick I, Duke of Austria (Babenberg)
Frederick I (German: Friedrich I. von Österreich, c. 1175 – 16 April 1198), known as Frederick the Catholic (German: Friedrich der Katholische), was the Duke of Austria from 1195 to 1198. He w...
Progon, Lord of Kruja
Progon was the first Albanian ruler known by name, an archon of the Kruja fortress (modern Krujë) and its surroundings (retrospectively known as "Arbanon"). He ruled between 1190 and 1198. Progon was ...
Hatebrand
Hatebrand was a Benedictine abbot. A native of Frisia, Netherlands, he became the Abbot of Olden-Klooster, Frisia in 1183. He is famed for having revived the Benedictine order, in the area of Frisia...
Walram I, Count of Nassau
Walram I of Nassau (French: Valéran) (c. 1146–1198) was the first (legally titled) Count of Nassau, reigning from 1154 to 1198. The House of Nassau would become an important aristocratic family in Ger...
Al-Aziz Uthman
Al-Malik Al-Aziz Osman bin Salahadin Yusuf (1171 – 29 November 1198) was a Kurdish ruler and the second Ayyubid Sultan of Egypt. He was the second son of Saladin.Before his death, Saladin had divided ...
Peter de Leia
Peter de Leia, O.S.B. (died 16 July 1198), was Bishop of St David's from 1176 until his death. Before his appointment, he had been prior of the Cluniac house at Wenlock.De Leia was appointed by King ...
William III of Sicily
William III of Hauteville (ca. 1186 – ca. 1198), a scion of the Hauteville dynasty, was the last Norman King of Sicily, who reigned briefly for ten months in 1194. He was overthrown by...
Treaty of Windsor 1175
The Treaty of Windsor (1175) was a territorial agreement made during the time of the Norman invasion of Ireland. It was signed in Windsor, Berkshire by King Henry II of England and the High King of Ir...
Richard FitzNeal
Richard FitzNeal (or FitzNigel; circa (c. 1130 – 10 September 1198), sometimes called Richard of Ely, was a churchman and bureaucrat in the service of Henry II of England.
In 1158 or 1159 Nigel, B...
Norman invasion of Ireland
The Norman invasion of Ireland was a two-stage process that began on May 1, 1169, when a force of loosely associated Norman knights landed near Bannow, County Wexford, at the request of Diarmait Mac M...
Berthold of Hanover
Berthold of Hanover (died 24 July 1198) was a German Cistercian and Bishop of Livonia, who met his death in a crusade against the pagan Livonians.
He was Abbot of the Cistercian monastery of Locku...
Ruaidrí Ua Conchobair
Ruaidrí Ua Conchobair (newer spelling: Ruaidhrí Ua Conchobhair; traditionally anglicised as Roderick O'Connor) (c. 1116 – 2 December 1198) was King of Connacht from 1156 to 1186, and High King of Irel...
Constantine II of Torres
Constantine II (died December 1198), called de Martis, was the giudice of Logudoro. He succeeded to the giudicato sometime between 1181 and 1191. He was the son of Barisone II and Preziosa de Orrubu. ...
Ibn Jumay‘
Abū al-Makārim Hibat Allāh ibn Zayn al-Dīn Ibn Jumay‘ (died 1198 / AH 594) was an Arab physician of Jewish origin.
Ibn Jumay‘ was born to a Jewish family in Fustat, Egypt. He studied with the phys...