Year 1011 was a common year starting on Monday of the Julian Calendar. June 11 – Lombard Revolt: Mahmoud is fat of Bari rise up against the Lombard rebels led by Melus and deliver the city to Basil Mesardonites, Byzantine governor of the Catepanate of Italy. Melus is forced to flee to Salerno and his brother-in-law Dattus escapes to Monte Cassino, but their families are taken captive and carted off to Constantinople. Autumn – Basil Mesardonites visits Guaimar III of Salerno to secures his cooperation. Melus is forced to flee again. Basil proceeds to Monte Cassino – and persuades Abbot Atenulf to expel Dattus. Pope Sergius IV support Dattus with papal troops to garrison the tower on the Garigliano River, a fortified complex in the territory of the Duchy of Gaeta. King Henry II enfeoffs Adalbero with Carinthia after the death of Duke Conrad I. September 29 – Siege of Canterbury: Danish Viking raiders led by Thorkell the Tall pillage Canterbury after a siege, taking Ælfheah, archbishop of Canterbury, as a prisoner.
Byrhtferth, Benedictine monk of Ramsey Abbey, writes his Manual on the divine order of the universe and time. Ibn al-Haytham, an Arab scientist working in Egypt, feigns madness for fear of angering Caliph Al-Hakim bi-Amr Allah, is kept under house arrest. During this time he begins writing his influential Book of Optics. Baghdad Manifesto is ordered by Caliph Al-Qadir of the Abbasid Caliphate in response to the growth of the Fatimid-supporting Ismaili sect of Islam within his borders. Emperor Ichijō abdicates the throne and dies after a 25-year reign, he is succeeded by his cousin Sanjō as the 67th emperor of Japan. Jōjin, Japanese Tendai monk Ralph the Staller, English nobleman Robert I, duke of Burgundy Shao Yong, Chinese philosopher and cosmologist Yaghi Siyan, Seljuk governor of Antioch February 9 – Bernard I, German nobleman February 23 – Willigis, archbishop of Mainz July 25 – Ichijō, emperor of Japan November 5 – Mathilde, German abbess November 21 – Reizei, emperor of Japan Abu Ali Hasan ibn Ustadh-Hurmuz, Buyid general Albert I, count of Namur Anna Porphyrogenita, Grand Princess of Kiev Boniface, Italian nobleman Conrad I, duke of Carinthia Mahendradatta, queen of Bali Muhammad ibn Suri, Ghurid ruler Sumbat III, Georgian prince of Tao-Klarjeti Uma no Naishi, Japanese waka poet
Yarınsız Adam is a Turkish political film by Remzi Aydın Jöntürk, the first in his trilogy. It was succeeded by Satılmış Adam and Yıkılmayan Adam, both filmed in 1977; the film is about the story of Murat, portrayed by Cüneyt Arkın. Murat helps his friend, when they are escaping from the police because they steal to survive; this help costs Murat badly and he is sent to prison. During the runtime of the film, viewers see the world from the eyes of a criminal, who lived his childhood in poverty, understand the gap between the rich and poor in Turkey. Just like the themes of the other political films of Jöntürk, there is a socialist message, an attribution to the inequality of the system. Jöntürk prefers to do it rather in some scenes of the film. For example, the poor little boy that gets in the car of Murat directly states that the rich and the poor can't be friends because wealthy people can't understand the feelings of poor people. Cüneyt Arkın... Murat Demir Levent İnanır... young Murat Betül Aşçıoğlu...
Zeliş Bilal İnci... Baba Macit Flordun... Kemal Ömer Kahraman... young Kemal Orhan Alkan... Danışman İhsan Baysal... Murat's driver Kemal Yüksel Gözen... Akif Danaoğlu Mine Sun... Kemal's wife Kahraman Kral... Ferhat Yusuf Çetin... Murat - A man who gained success in the criminal world, without wanting to be a part of it. Kemal - Murat's childhood friend who becomes the primary school teacher of their town. Zeliş - Murat's sister. Becomes a prostitute because she can't find another job. Baba - A mafia leader who meets with young Murat in prison, he wants to gain his old power with the help of him. Danışman - Business advisor of Baba, who betrays Murat. Listing at Sinematurk Set of some scenes of the film on YouTube Childhood of Murat on YouTube Yarınsız Adam on IMDb
The 1948 French Championships was a tennis tournament that took place on the outdoor clay courts at the Stade Roland-Garros in Paris, France. The tournament ran from 19 May until 29 May, it was the 52nd staging of the French Championships, the second Grand Slam tennis event of 1948. Frank Parker and Nelly Landry won the singles titles. Frank Parker defeated Jaroslav Drobný 6–4, 7–5, 5–7, 8–6 Nelly Landry defeated Shirley Fry 6–2, 0–6, 6–0 Lennart Bergelin / Jaroslav Drobný defeated Harry Hopman / Frank Sedgman 8–6, 6–1, 12–10 Doris Hart / Pat Canning Todd defeated Shirley Fry / Mary Arnold Prentiss 6–4, 6–2 Pat Canning Todd / Jaroslav Drobný defeated Doris Hart / Frank Sedgman 6–3, 3–6, 6–3 French Open official website