Year 1129 was a common year starting on Tuesday of the Julian calendar. April 14 – Following the Capetian tradition, King Louis VI has his eldest son Philip crowned as co-ruler of France at Rheims Cathedral. Louis himself becomes the national protector all of France. June 2 – Fulk V, count of Anjou, marries Melisende the heir to the Kingdom of Jerusalem. Fulk gives up his title which passes to his 15-year-old son, Geoffrey V. September – Roger II of Sicily gains recognition as duke at Melfi from the Norman nobles of Naples, Capua and other cities that have resisted him. Burgsteinfurt Castle is built in what is now Steinfurt. Jin–Song War: Emperor Gao Zong of the Song Dynasty moves the capital from Yangzhou to Hangzhou, after the Jurchen Jin Dynasty captures Kaifeng in the Jingkang Incident. March 26 – Gao Zong abdicates the throne after a mutiny of the palace guard, his 2-year-old son Zhao Fu succeeds him, but Empress Meng becomes regent and the sole ruler. April 20 – Gao Zong regains the throne.

Zhao Fu is forced the abdicate with Meng having ruled for 25 days. July 24 – Former Emperor Shirakawa dies at his native Kyoto, he son Toba begins his cloistered rule, sharing power with Sutoku, a grandson of Shirakawa. January 23 – Henry of Blois becomes bishop of Winchester after the death of William Giffard in England. Abu al-Abbas as-Sabti, Moroccan Sufi writer Date Tomomune, Japanese nobleman and samurai Elisabeth of Schönau, German Benedictine abbess Henry the Lion, duke of Saxony and Bavaria Theophanes Kerameus, bishop of Rossano January 23 – William Giffard, bishop of Winchester January 27 – Ranulf le Meschin, 3rd Earl of Chester January 29 – Minamoto no Shunrai, Japanese poet February 16 – Thoros I, Armenian prince February 17 – Constantine II, Armenian prince July 24 – Shirakawa, emperor of Japan July 28 – Zhao Fu, emperor of the Song Dynasty November 21 – Nigel d'Aubigny, Norman nobleman December 30 – Roger of Cannae, Italian bishop Athanasius VI bar Khamoro, patriarch of Antioch Cellach of Armagh, Irish archbishop Fujiwara no Akinaka, Japanese nobleman John Theristus, Italian Benedictine monk Ramiro Sánchez, Spanish nobleman Richard Fitz Pons, Norman nobleman Walter FitzRoger, Norman sheriff of Gloucester Zhao Mingcheng, Chinese politician

Castles for Two

Castles for Two is an American 1917 silent drama film directed by Frank Reicher and starring Marie Doro and Elliott Dexter. It is based on an original story for the screen, Rich Girl - Poor Girl, by Beatrice C. deMille and Leighton Osmun. A copy of the film is preserved at the Library of Congress. Marie Doro - Patricia Calhoun Elliott Dexter - Brian O'Neil Mayme Kelso - Patricia's Secretary Jane Wolff - Brian's Sister Harriet Sorenson - Brian's Sister Lillian Leighton - Brian's Sister Julia Jackson - Brian's Mother Horace B. Carpenter - Neough Billy Elmer - Callahan Marie Mills - The Nanny Castles for Two on IMDb Castles for Two at AllMovie still of Marie Doro & Elliot Dexter from the film

Sakar (mountain)

Sakar is a mountain in southeastern Bulgaria, between the rivers Maritsa, Tundzha and Sazliyka and close to the borders with Greece and Turkey. The mountain's highest peak is Vishegrad at 856 m. Sakar is one of the richest regions in Bulgaria in terms of endangered birds of prey populations. Sakar is known for the wines produced in the area, but tobacco growing remains a leading occupation; the region's most important administrative centre is the town of Topolovgrad in Haskovo Province. Sakar Peak on Livingston Island in the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica is named after Sakar Mountain