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1072

Year 1072 was a leap year starting on Sunday of the Julian calendar. June 29 – Romanos IV, deposed emperor of the Byzantine Empire, is blinded and sent into exile to the island of Proti at the Monastery of Transfiguration. A few days before his death, he receives a letter from Michael Psellos, congratulating him on the loss of his eyes. January 10 – The Normans under Robert Guiscard and his brother Roger I conquer Palermo. Roger receives the keys of the city, Robert invests him with the title of Count of Sicily; the Emirate of Sicily rules only the southern part of the island, with Syracuse as the capital. January – Battle of Golpejera: King Sancho II defeats the Castilian forces of his brother Alfonso VI near Carrión de los Condes. Alfonso is released into exile, where he seeks refuge in the Taifa of Toledo. October 7 – Alfonso VI becomes king of León and Castile, following the assassination of Sancho II, he is bestowed with the title of "Emperor of Spain", is forced by Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar, the standard-bearer of Sancho, to take an oath denying any involvement in his brother's death.

May 27 – The Accord of Winchester establishes the primacy of the Archbishop of Canterbury over the Archbishop of York, in the Church of England. King William I invades Scotland and receives the submission of King Malcolm III, he agrees to sign the Treaty of Abernethy. December 15 – Sultan Alp Arslan dies after a 9-year reign, he is succeeded by his 17-year-old son Malik-Shah I, declared new ruler of the Seljuk Empire. Qavurt, a brother of Alp Arslan, claimes the Seljuk throne for himself and occupies the capital of Isfahan. Shen Kuo, Chinese polymathic scientist and statesman, is appointed as the head official for the Bureau of Astronomy – where he begins his work with the colleague Wei Pu on plotting the orbital paths of the stars and moon three times a night, for a continuum of five years. Fall – Shen Kuo is sent to supervise Wang Anshi's program of surveying the building of silt deposits in the Bian Canal, outside the capital city of Kaifeng. Using an original technique, Shen dredges the canal and demonstrates the formidable value of the silt gathered as a fertilizer.

Dīwān Lughāt al-Turk, an informative book written by Mahmud al-Kashgari about the Turks, is presented to the ruler of the Kara-Khanid Khanate. Agnes of Aquitaine, queen of Aragon and Navarre Agnes of Waiblingen, daughter of Henry IV Welf II, duke of Bavaria Wulfhilde of Saxony, German noblewoman February 1 – Lý Thánh Tông, Vietnamese emperor February 7 – Diarmait mac Máel na mBó, king of Leinster February 22 Peter Damian, cardinal-bishop of Ostia Stigand, archbishop of Canterbury March 16 – Adalbert, archbishop of Hamburg March 28 – Ordulf, duke of Saxony August 19 – Hawise, duchess of Brittany September 22 – Ouyang Xiu, Chinese historian and poet October 7 – Sancho II, king of Castile and León October 15 – Æthelric, bishop of Durham November 13 – Adalbero III, German nobleman November 24 – Bagrat IV, king of Georgia December 15 – Alp Arslan, sultan of the Seljuk Empire Al-Qushayri, Persian Sufi scholar and theologian Honorius II, antipope of the Catholic Church Maredudd ab Owain ab Edwin, Welsh prince Otloh of Sankt Emmeram, German monk Qatran Tabrizi, Persian poet and writer Romanos IV, emperor of the Byzantine Empire Serlo II of Hauteville, Norman nobleman

Hajen som visste för mycket

Hajen som visste för mycket is a 1989 Swedish comedy film directed by Claes Eriksson and the second to star the members of Galenskaparna och After Shave. The rich stockbroker Samuel Plottner catches on when his son Joakim write a newspaper article entitled "Eternit Tiles makes you slimmer"; the headline may Eternit flat manufacturer Davidsson & Locks shares skyrocket and everyone wants to know what Joakim knows. Joakim claims that the whole thing was a printing error, the article was about cooking and that the title would be "Lasagna plates makes you slimmer", but he has a secret. He and his two brothers and Luke are the same person, something that only he and their mother, Desiree knows. Anders Eriksson - Joakim Plottner Claes Eriksson - Samuel Plottner Kerstin Granlund - Dixie Hopper Jan Rippe - Helge Lock Peter Rangmar - Lennart Cumberland-Brons Per Fritzell - Benny Hörnsteen Knut Agnred - Reverend Himmler Håkan Johannesson - Jorgen Lycke Charlotte Strandberg - Cilly Cumberland-Brons Rolf Allan Håkansson - The Architect Laila Westersund - The lady on the street Charles Falk - High Guard In 2007, a lingering lawsuit was settled regarding the film Hajen som visste för mycket.

Claes Eriksson reported TV4. Eriksson won over TV4, but the TV channel continued appeal until the matter was taken up by the Supreme Court. Eriksson won there when the court said that TV4 violated Claes Eriksson through commercials. Galenskaparna och After Shave The movie soundtrack Hajen som visste för mycket Hajen som visste för mycket on IMDb Hajen som visste för mycket at the Swedish Film Institute Database Kulturtuben – Hajen som visste för mycket Hajen som visste för mycket på GAS-wikin

Buckhorn Lake (Kentucky)

Buckhorn Lake, located south of Buckhorn, United States and northwest of Hazard, Kentucky off Kentucky Route 28, is a 1,230-acre reservoir created by the United States Army Corps of Engineers in 1967 by impounding the Kentucky River. Buckhorn Lake is an impoundment of the Middle Fork of the Kentucky River. Buckhorn Dam is an earthen dam, 160 feet high and 1,020 feet in length at its crest, with a maximum capacity of 167,900 acre-feet and normal storage of 32,100 acre feet; the origin of the lake's name is uncertain. Some claim. Others claim that it is named for a buck killed by the area's first settler. Buckhorn Lake is home to a sizable population of muskie, making it an attractive destination for fishermen; the climate in this area is characterized by hot, humid summers and mild to cool winters. According to the Köppen Climate Classification system, Buckhorn Lake has a humid subtropical climate, abbreviated "Cfa" on climate maps. Buckhorn Lake State Resort Park Buckhorn Lake - US Army Corps of Engineers official site