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* 1219 – Northern Crusades: Danish victory at the Battle of Lyndanisse ( modern-day Tallinn ) establishes the Danish Duchy of Estonia.
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# Héloise / Helvis of Lusignan ( c. 1190 – 1216 – 1219, 1216 / 1219 or c. 1217 ), married firstly c. 1205 Eudes de Dampierre sur Salon, Lord of Chargey-le-Grey, div.
In the mid-12th century, an independent state of Khorazm along the Oxus River broke away from the weakening Karakitai, but the bulk of the Kara-Khitan lasted until the Mongol invasion of Genghis Khan in 1219 – 1221.
A treaty with Galicia – Volhynia, signed in 1219, is usually considered the first conclusive evidence that the Baltic tribes in the area were uniting in response to these threats.
The German crusaders enlisted newly baptised Livonian warriors to participate in their campaigns against Latgallians and Selonians ( 1208 – 1209 ), Estonians ( 1208 – 1227 ) and against Semigallians, Samogitians and Curonians ( 1219 – 1290 ).
Other famous pieces include the Boecis, a 258-line-long poem written entirely in the Limousin dialect of Occitan between the year 1000 and 1030 and inspired by Boethius's Consolation of Philosophy ; the Waldensian La Nobla Leyczon ( dated 1100 ), la Cançó de Santa Fe ( ca 1054 – 1076 ), the Romance of Flamenca ( 13th c .), the Song of the Albigensian Crusade ( 1213 – 1219?
Nothing is known of his early life until he became chancellor of the church of Milan ( perhaps as early as 1219, certainly in 1223 – 27 ).
1219 and Northern
They are noted for their long resistance ( 1219 – 1290 ) against the German crusaders and Teutonic Knights during the Northern Crusades.
In 1219 the Danish fleet landed in the major harbor of Estonia and defeated the Estonians in the Battle of Lyndanisse that brought Northern Estonia under Danish reign until the Estonian uprising in 1343, when the territories were taken over by the Teutonic Order and sold by Denmark in 1346.
In 1219, Valdemar gathered his fleet, joined forces with the Rugian navy led by prince Wizlav of Rügen and landed at Northern Coast of Estonia in the Lyndanisse ( now Tallinn ) harbor in an Estonian province of Revala.
1219 and Danish
The legend states the origin of the flag to the Battle of Lyndanisse, also known as the Battle of Valdemar ( Danish: " Volmerslaget "), near Lyndanisse ( Tallinn ) in Estonia, on June 15, 1219.
In the 19th and early 20th century, these images were used by many Danish historians, with a good flair of nationalism, trying to date the origins of the flag to 1219.
While the Swedes made only one failed foray into western Estonia in 1220, the Danish Fleet headed by King Valdemar II of Denmark had landed at the Estonian town of Lindanisse ( present-day Tallinn ) in 1219.
After the Danish conquest in 1219 the town became known in the German, Swedish and Danish languages as Reval ().
Legend has it that the Danish flag, the Dannebrog fell from the sky during the Battle of Lyndanisse in Estonia in 1219.
It has also been suggested that the Swedish flag might have been a resistance flag against the Danish flag, which is red with a white cross, and which has been known since 1219.
The Austrian triband is the second-oldest flag in use at least since 1230, after the Danish flag ( which has been in use since 1219 ).
In one of the Danish chronicles of 1219 it is mentioned that a damaged ship of King Valdemar II the Victorious was set ashore on an " Island of Hel ".
The three lions derive from the arms of Danish king Valdemar II who had conquered northern Estonia in 1219.
The Throne Room is decorated with a large ceiling painting by Kræsten Iversen, depicting how the Danish flag, Dannebrog, fell from the sky in Estonia in 1219.
More likely Reval is derived from the name of the adjacent ancient Estonian county of Revalia ( Rävala ), and in fact the first recorded occurrences of that name predate the Danish king's first visit to Estonia in 1219 by several years.
The capital of Danish Estonia was Reval ( Tallinn ), founded at the place of Lyndanisse after the invasion of 1219.
In 1219 the Danish conquered Northern-Estonia and chose Keila as the site on which the Vomentakŋ parochial Revala county church was to be built.
1219 and at
In 1219 Pope Honorius III invited Saint Dominic and his companions to taken up residence at the ancient Roman basilica of Santa Sabina, which they did by early 1220.
In 1216 a war faction persuaded Xuānzōng to attack the Song, but in 1219 they were defeated at the same place by the Yangtze River, where Prince Hǎilíng had been defeated in 1161.
Yoritomo's second son and third shogun Minamoto no Sanetomo spent most of his life staying out of politics and writing good poetry, but was nonetheless assassinated in February 1219 by his nephew Kugyō under the giant ginkgo tree that still stands at Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gū.
In March 1219 he realised that he was dying, so he summoned his eldest son, also William, and his household knights, and left the Tower of London for his estate at Caversham in Berkshire, near Reading, where he called a meeting of the barons, Henry III, the papal legate Pandulf Masca, the royal justiciar ( Hubert de Burgh ), and Peter des Roches ( Bishop of Winchester and the young King's guardian ).
He died on 14 May 1219 at Caversham, and was buried in the Temple Church in London, where his tomb can still be seen.
In 1214 Theodore concluded a peace treaty with the Latin Empire at Nymphaion, and in 1219 he married a niece of Emperor Henry.
Pope Innocent III ( 1198 – 1216 ) in early papal tiara, Fresco at the cloister Sacro Speco, about 1219.
Second son Yoshinari, the only one of the three to reach adulthood, was forced to become a bonze and in 1219 murdered his uncle Sanetomo on the stone stairs at Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gū in the shogunal capital of Kamakura, an act for which he was himself slain on the same day.
Under heavy snow on the evening of February 12, 1219 ( Jōkyū 1, 26th day of the 1st month ), Sanetomo was coming down from the Senior Shrine at Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gū after assisting to a ceremony celebrating his nomination to Udaijin.
The courts of Windsor Forest were held at Wokingham and the town had the right to hold a market from 1219.
In 1217 he was once more at Vienna, and again in 1219 after the return of Duke Leopold VI from the crusade.
Pope Innocent III ( 1198-1216 ) in early papal tiara, Fresco at the cloister Sacro Speco, about 1219.
He is consecrated in 1219 as the first Archbishop of the Serbian church, given autocephaly by Patriarch Manuel I of Constantinople, who was then in exile at Nicaea.
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009. about Francis of Assisi's mission to the Egyptian Sultan Al-Kamil at Damietta in 1219
It is noteworthy that the Archbishop of Uppsala, Valerius ( 1207 – 1219 / 1224 ), was also in Denmark at the time, temporarily exiled from Sweden after having allied with the deposed King Sverker, yet another exile in Denmark.
The list of Swedish bishops which survives from this era is from king John Sverkerson's coronation from the year 1219 and it mentions the bishops which have been present at the coronation.
Tokugawa Ieyasu, the founder of the Tokugawa shogunate, well aware of the extinction of the Minamoto line in 1219, had realized that his direct descendants might die out, leaving the Tokugawa family at risk of extinction.
Unfortunately, the foundation at Deer has left no other trace of its existence, although a Cistercian monastery, founded nearby in 1219, owned some of the lands mentioned in the Gaelic texts.
He also laid out the town of Salisbury in 1219, to allow the workers building the cathedral a less cramped town than the old garrison town at Old Sarum.