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1029

Year 1029 was a common year starting on Wednesday of the Julian calendar. Prince Pandulf IV of Capua becomes the de facto ruler of southern Italy – holding Capua and Naples himself – this in support with his powerful allies Amalfi and Benevento. Only the Duchy of Gaeta remains out of his grasp. Rainulf Drengot, head of a mercenary band of Norman knights, is approached by Duke John V of Gaeta and is persuaded to change sides. With Norman help, Duke Sergius IV recovers Naples from Capuan occupation. Duke Bretislav I of Bohemia of the Přemyslid Dynasty reconquers Moravia from Poland; the seat of the Bishopric of Zeitz is moved to Naumburg in Central Germany. January 20 – Alp Arslan, sultan of the Seljuk Empire July 5 – Al-Mustansir Billah, caliph of the Fatimid Caliphate Abū Ishāq Ibrāhīm al-Zarqālī, Arab astrologer and astronomer Al-Humaydī, Andalusian scholar and writer of Islamic studies Clement III, antipope of the Catholic Church Kaoruko, Japanese empress consort Said al-Andalusi, Moorish astronomer and mathematician Ulrich of Zell, German abbot and saint January 20 – Heonae, Korean queen consort and regent January 27 – Unwan, archbishop of Hamburg-Bremen May 28 – Herman of Ename, count of Verdun Abu'l-Qasim Jafar, Buyid statesman and vizier Al-Karaji, Persian mathematician and engineer Fujiwara no Kinsue, Japanese statesman and courtier Fujiwara no Tametoki, Japanese nobleman Haakon Ericsson, Norwegian Viking nobleman Ibn al-Kattani, Moorish astrologer and physician Kushyar Gilani, Persian mathematician and geographer Lu Zongdao, Chinese official and politician Salih ibn Mirdas, Arab founder of the Mirdasid Dynasty

2010–11 UEFA Champions League group stage

This article details the 2010–11 UEFA Champions League group stage. The group stage featured 32 teams: the 22 automatic qualifiers and the 10 winners of the play-off round; the teams were drawn into eight groups of four, played each other home-and-away in a round-robin format. The matchdays were 14–15 September, 28–29 September, 19–20 October, 2–3 November, 23–24 November, 7–8 December 2010; the top two teams in each group advanced to the first knockout round, while the third-placed teams dropped down to the Europa League Round of 32. Partizan and Žilina became only the 11th and 12th teams in UEFA Champions League history to lose all six group stage matches; the draw for the group stage was held in Monaco on 26 August 2010 at 6:00 p.m. CEST. Teams were seeded into four pots based on their 2010 UEFA club coefficients; the title holders, were automatically seeded into Pot 1. Teams from the same national association could not be drawn against each other. Pot 1 held teams ranked 1–10, Pot 2 held teams ranked 11–29, Pot 3 held teams ranked 30–63, while Pot 4 held teams ranked 73–180 and unranked teams.

Th Title Holder c Qualified through Play-off round n Qualified through Play-off round On each matchday, four groups played their matches on Tuesday, while the other four groups played their matches on Wednesday, with the two sets of groups alternating between each matchday. Based on this principle, the draw was controlled for clubs from the same association in order to split the teams evenly into the two sets of groups; the fixtures were decided after the draw. There are certain restrictions, e.g. teams from the same city do not play at home on the same matchday, Russian teams do not play at home on the last matchday due to cold weather. If two or more teams were equal on points on completion of the group matches, the following criteria would be applied to determine the rankings: higher number of points obtained in the group matches played among the teams in question. Times are CET/CEST, as listed by UEFA. 2010–11 UEFA Champions League, UEFA.com

Pasquale Squitieri

Pasquale Squitieri was an Italian film director and screenwriter. Born in Naples, Squitieri graduated in law was involved in stage, as author and actor, he made his film debut with Io e Dio, produced by Vittorio De Sica, after two spaghetti westerns he signed as William Redford, he focused on drama films centered on political and social issues. His film Il prefetto di ferro won the David di Donatello for Best Film in 1978. Li chiamarono... briganti!, a film about the brigand Carmine Crocco, was suspended from the cinemas and it is not available on the home video market. Squitieri was the partner of Claudia Cardinale since 1974, his 1980 film Savage Breed was entered into the 12th Moscow International Film Festival. Since 2003 he had been romantically linked to the actress and singer Ottavia Fusco, whom he had married in December 2013. Pasquale Squitieri on IMDb