Year 1069 was a common year starting on Thursday of the Julian calendar. Spring – Emperor Romanos IV begins a campaign against the Seljuk Turks and marches towards the Euphrates via Melitene, he crosses the river at Romanopolis, captures the strategic fortress city of Chliat on the north-western shore of Lake Van. Romanos leaves a Byzantine rear guard on the upper Euphrates under General Philaretos Brachamios with orders to defend the Mesopotamian frontier. Seljuk forces under Alp Arslan defeat the Byzantine rear guard, who advance deep into Cappadocia and Lycaonia, they fail to capture the city of Iconium. Romanos retreats and returns to Constantinople. Alp Arslan takes advantage of Romanos' retreat and captures Manzikert, he recaptures the strategical fortress cities of Chliat and Van, consolidating his control over the Lake Van region. Spring – Romanos IV sends a Byzantine fleet to relieve the siege of Bari; the Normans under Robert Guiscard defeat the Byzantines, occupy the cities of Gravina and Obbiano in Apulia.
February 28 – King Abbad II al-Mu'tadid dies after a 27-year reign. He is succeeded by his son Al-Mu'tamid ibn Abbad, who becomes the ruler of the Taifa of Seville in Al-Andalus. January 28 – Northumbrians kill the new Norman earl of Northumbria, Robert de Comines, at Durham, attack York. King Sweyn II of Denmark lands a fleet in the Humber in support of the Northumbrian rebels and they join him to burn York, attacking its two castles and destroying the old Minster. At Stafford, William the Conqueror swiftly defeats a rebellion led by Earl of Mercia. Winter of 1069–1070 – Harrying of the North: King William the Conqueror quells rebellions made by his English subjects against his rule, campaigning through the north of England with his forces, burning houses, crops and land from York to Durham, resulting in the deaths of over 100,000 people from starvation and winter cold. Emperor Shenzong of Song China appoints Wang Anshi as his chief chancellor, he implements the New Policies, which include financial and trade reforms and order, institution of the baojia system, etc.
Nam tiến, the southward expansion of the territory of Vietnam, begins when a Lý dynasty army attacks Champa, capturing King Rudravarman III. Anseau of Garlande, French nobleman Kamakura Gongorō Kagemasa, Japanese samurai Leo Diogenes, Byzantine co-emperor Approximate date Mieszko Bolesławowic, Polish prince Diego Gelmírez, Galician archbishop January 28 – Robert de Comines, English nobleman February 28 – Abbad II al-Mu'tadid, Abbadid king April 28 – Magnus II, king of Norway August 15 – Ibn Hazm, Moorish historian September 11 – Ealdred, archbishop of York December 24 – Dedi II, margrave of Lower Lusatia Godfrey III, duke of Lower Lorraine Gytha Thorkelsdóttir, Danish noblewoman Pedro Seguin, bishop of Ourense Tilopa, Indian tantric practitioner Approximate date – Rhiwallon ap Cynfyn, Welsh king
Bursting Out with the All-Star Big Band! is a 1962 studio album by Oscar Peterson. "Blues for Big Scotia" – 5:55 "West Coast Blues" – 3:57 "Here's That Rainy Day" – 4:03 "I Love You" – 2:39 "Daahoud" – 2:57 "Tricrotism" – 4:12 "I'm Old Fashioned" – 4:27 "Young and Foolish" – 4:51 "Manteca" – 4:04 Oscar Peterson - piano Ray Brown - double bass Ed Thigpen - drums Nat Adderley - cornet Roy Eldridge - trumpet Jimmy Nottingham Ernie Royal Snooky Young Clark Terry - trumpet, flugelhorn Jimmy Cleveland - trombone Paul Faulise Slide Hampton Melba Liston Britt Woodman Ray Alonge - french horn Jim Buffington Willie Ruff Morris Secon Julius Watkins Don Butterfield - tuba Cannonball Adderley - alto saxophone Norris Turney James Moody - tenor saxophone Jerome Richardson George Dorsey - baritone saxophone Seldon Powell Ernie Wilkins - conductor, arranger
This page is about natural hot spring near the First Nations community of Skatin 50 kilometres south of Pemberton Pemberton, British Columbia. For the town and associated rapids in the East Kootenay see Skookumchuck, British Columbia. For other uses see Skookumchuck. Official New Name is reverting to the traditional Pre-Colonial / Pre-Columbian Name: Tsek Hot Spring or T'sek Hot Spring; the former names are Saint Agnes Well & "Skookumchuck Hot Springs" near the First Nation community of Skookumchuck and more renamed /reverted to traditional name of Skatin is on the historic Harrison Lillooet Gold Rush trail in the Lillooet River valley, south of Lillooet Lake, in British Columbia, Canada. The hot springs themselves, named Tsek in the St'at'imcets language were on private property purchased from "Goodwin Purcell" family by the Trethewey family after his death in the 1909 and acquired by the Government of Canada in 2008 to be held in trust for the local aboriginal people until a potential treaty settlement.
Tsek Hot Springs, formally known as Skookumchuck Hot Springs was known as Saint Agnes Well during the days of the Fraser Canyon Gold Rush and the Douglas Road, along which it is located, while Harrison Hot Springs farther south was known as St. Alice's Well. Near the community named Skookumchuck -now reverted & renamed Skatin were road houses known as 18 Mile House or 20 Mile House, a reference to its distance from Port Douglas, at the Douglas Road's commencement at the head of Harrison Lake. An Oblate mission was established in the 1860s and, under direction of the priests, the native community began to build a village at Skookumchuck, about 4 kilometres south of the hot springs; as their community became more settled, the Stl'itl'imx people built a striking Carpenter Gothic/ Wood Gothic church in 1908, designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1981, remains standing and in use today, the Church of the Holy Cross. A prominent feature are blue glass windows; the hot springs are managed by members of the Skatin community.
Many local families still use the hot springs, visitors are asked to respect local family values, be discreet in language and behaviour, to wait until children have finished bathing before entering the hot tubs. Road improved most of the way. In the Spring of 2015 dirt In-SHUCK-ch Forest Service Road / FSR was widened from 1 to 1 1/2 lanes to 2 lanes + two 1/2 lane shoulders for the whole length of Lillooet Lake; the Last section is still rough. Check latest up dates before heading out. BCGNIS listing "Skookumchuck" BCGNIS listing "Tsek" BCGNIS listing "Harrison Hot Springs"