Year 1101 was a common year starting on Tuesday of the Julian calendar. It was the 2nd year of the 1100s decade, the 1st year of the 12th century. Crusade of 1101: A second wave of European crusaders attempts to cross Anatolia, to reach the Kingdom of Jerusalem, they are defeated by the Seljuk troops under Sultan Kilij Arslan I at Heraclea. A handful of crusaders under Raymond IV manage to reach the Byzantine port of Bafra, at the mouth of the River Halys. Summer – The Byzantine fleet under Admiral Eustathios recaptures the ports of western Cilicia and Corycus. Eustathios extends his power over Cicilian territory further east – occupying Tarsus and Mamistra. Spring – King Baldwin I concludes an alliance with the Genoese fleet, offering them commercial priveleges and booty, he captures the towns of Caesarea. Baldwin's crusaders pillage massacre the mayority of the local population. September 7 – Battle of Ramla: A Crusader force under Baldwin I defeats the invading Fatimids at Ramla. Baldwin plunders the survivors flee to Ascalon.
June 22 – Roger I, count of Sicily, dies at Mileto in Calabria after a 30-year reign. He is succeeded by his 8-year-old son Simon of Hauteville, while his mother, Adelaide del Vasto, acts as his regent. Summer – Almoravid forces under Sultan Yusuf ibn Tashfin besiege Valencia, defended by Jimena Díaz, widow of Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar; the city holds out until May 1102. Autumn – Countess Mathilda of Tuscany leads an successful expedition in northern Italy and takes Ferrara; the county of Berg in Germany is established. February 3 – Ranulf Flambard, bishop of Durham, escapes from the Tower of London and flees to Normandy. There he joins duke of Normandy, who has just returned from the Crusades. Summer – Robert II lands at Portsmouth with an army in an effort to take the throne from his brother, King Henry I, he is forced to sign the Treaty of Alton. A vast compilation of Liao and Song Buddhist writings is completed. Spring – Antipope Theodoric dies, the partisans of Emperor Henry IV choose Adalbert as the new antipope.
April 19 – King Canute IV of Denmark is canonized as a saint under the name San Canuto. Fontevraud Abbey is founded by the French preacher Robert of Arbrissel. Abu al-Bayan ibn al-Mudawwar, Jewish physician Arslan Shah I, Seljuk sultan of Kerman Artaldus, bishop of Belly-Ars Fujiwara no Tamako, Japanese empress Helena of Skövde, Swedish noblewoman and saint Ibn Bashkuwāl, Andalusian biographer Stephen II, king of Hungary and Croatia February 12 – Dao Zong, Chinese emperor April 24 – Vseslav of Polotsk, Kievan prince May 16 – Liemar, archbishop of Bremen June 22 – Roger I, Norman nobleman July 27 Conrad II, king of Germany and Italy Hugh d'Avranches, Norman nobleman August 24 – Su Shi, Chinese statesman and poet September 30 – Anselm IV, archbishop of Milan October 5 – Uicheon, Korean Buddhist monk October 6 – Bruno of Cologne, founder of the Carthusian Order October 18 – Hugh I, son of Henry I November 6 – Welf I, German nobleman November 15 – Elvira of Toro, Leonese princess December 12 – Al-Musta'li, Fatimid caliph Constantine Bodin, king of Duklja Egilbert, archbishop of Trier Fujiwara no Morozane, Japanese nobleman Geldemar Carpenel, French nobleman Geoffrey Burel of Amboise, French nobleman Gilla na Naemh Ua Dunabhra, Irish chief poet Guillaume de Montfort, bishop of Paris Ida of Austria, German duchess and crusader Nikon the Dry, Kievan monk and hermit Qingshui, Chinese Chan Buddhist monk Su Song, Chinese statesman and scientist Theodoric, antipope of the Catholic Church Urraca of Zamora, Leonese princess Walter of Albano, Italian cardinal-bishop
This is a list of heads of state, heads of governments, other rulers in the year 1237. China – Emperor Lizong Korea – Gojong Japan Monarch – Emperor Shijō Kamakura shogunate – Kujō Yoritsune Shikken – Hōjō Yasutoki Khmer Empire – Indravarman II Mongol Empire – Ögedei Khan Pagan Kingdom – Kyaswa Principality of Achaea – Geoffrey II Villehardouin County of Angoulême – Hugh I Kingdom of Aragon – James I Duchy of Brittany – Peter I John I Bulgarian Empire – Ivan Asen II, Tsar of Bulgaria Crown of Castile – Ferdinand III County of Champagne – Theobald IV Kingdom of Denmark – Valdemar II Kingdom of England – Henry III County of Flanders – Jeanne Kingdom of France – Louis IX Kingdom of Gwynedd – Llywelyn the Great, Prince of Gwynedd Holy Roman Empire – Frederick II Duchy of Bohemia – Wenceslaus I, King of Bohemia County of Holland – William II Kingdom of Hungary – Béla IV Grand Duchy of Lithuania – Mindaugas Kingdom of Navarre – Theobald I Kingdom of Norway – Haakon IV Duchy of Poland – Henry I, High Duke of Poland Kingdom of Portugal and the Algarves – Sancho II Kingdom of Scotland – Alexander II Kingdom of Sweden – Eric XI Almohad Caliphate – Abdul-Wahid II Principality of Antioch – Bohemond V Kingdom of Armenia – Hethum I Kingdom of Cyprus – Henry I Sultanate of Damascus - Al-Ashraf As-Salih Ismail Al-Kamil Egypt – Al-Kamil Sultanate of RûmKayqubad I Kaykhusraw II Empire of Trebizond – John I
The Shire of Bundanba is a former local government area in the south-east of Queensland, Australia. It existed from 1879 to 1916; the spelling of Bundanba was changed to Bundamba in 1932, but the Bundamba spelling was in common use long prior to that. On 11 November 1879, the Bundanba Division was created as one of 74 divisions within Queensland under the Divisional Boards Act 1879 with a population of 1828. With the passage of the Local Authorities Act 1902, the Bundanba Division became the Shire of Bundanba on 31 March 1903. On 13 October 1916, a rationalisation of the local government areas in and around Ipswich was implemented, it involved the abolition of five shires: Brassall Bundanba Lowood Purga Walloonresulting in: an enlarged City of Ipswich by including part of the Shire of Brassall and part of the Shire of Bundanba a new Shire of Ipswich by amalgamating part of the Shire of Brassall, part of the Shire of Bundanba, part of the Shire of Walloon and all of the Shire of Purga an enlarged Shire of Esk by including all of the Shire of Lowood an enlarged Shire of Rosewood by including part of the Shire of Walloon The following served as chairmen: 1894: William Jones 1896–97: William Staff 1899: Harry Ferrett 1900: Harry Ferrett 1903–06: Harry Ferrett 1912: Harry Ferrett 1916: Edward John L. Easton John Ferrett, Member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly