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Dr. Alastair Northedge, a British archaeologist who wrote a book about findings in ' Anah, wrote that the minaret is ' commonly attributed to the Uqaylid ( dynasty ) and the 5th / 11th century ( AH / AD ), though ... more probably of the 6th / 12th century.
However, a percentage of the indigenous Assyrian population ( known as Ashuriyun by the Arabs ) resisted this process, Assyrian Aramaic language and Church of the East Christianity were still dominant in the north, as late as the 11th and 12th centuries AD.
Bretwëlde was a term used in 11th and 12th century Ireland to denote the ' high king '.
" Alternately, the name may have derived from the Persian bālkāneh or bālākhāna, meaning " high, above, or proud house ," and brought to the region in the 11th and 12th centuries by Turkic tribes who applied it to the area.
Most linguists remains committed to the hypothesis of medieval ( 11th to 12th century ) immigration, to explain the presence of small German-speaking communities in the north of Italy.
( This means the new year starts on the second new moon after the winter solstice unless there is an 11th or 12th intercalary month, in which case it starts on the third new moon.
Catharism (; from, katharos, pure ) was a name given to a Christian religious movement with dualistic and gnostic elements that appeared in the Languedoc region of France and other parts of Europe in the 11th century and flourished in the 12th and 13th centuries.
There is a difference of opinion as to whether it is the 13th Station of the Cross, which others identify as the lowering of Jesus from the cross and locate between the 11th and 12th station up on Calvary.
Of the 11th and 12th centuries there are numerous examples of bronze doors, the earliest being one at Hildesheim, Germany ( 1015 ).
The 10th edition was only a supplement to the 9th, just as the 12th and 13th editions were supplements to the 11th.
This coupled with voucher schools not being required to put their students through the same tests and performing poorly on SAT and ACT testing in the 11th and 12th grades has led the academic community to declare it a complete and total failure.
Lira spread widely westward to Europe ; in the 11th and 12th centuries European writers use the terms fiddle and lira interchangeably when referring to bowed instruments ( Encyclopædia Britannica.
Rhenish Franconia was the heartland of the Salian dynasty, which provided four emperors in the 11th and 12th centuries: Conrad II, Henry III, Henry IV, and Henry V. Rhenish Franconia contained the ancient cities of Mainz, Speyer, and Worms, the latter two being countships within the hands of the descendants of Conrad the Red ( the Salians ).
These usually appear on the odd numbered frets, but also on the 12th fret ( the one octave mark ) instead of the 11th and 13th frets.
Although they are thought to have been used in Europe much earlier, gambesons underwent a revolution from their first proven use in the late 11th and early 12th centuries as an item of armour that simply facilitated the wearing of mail to an item of independent armour popular amongst infantry.
For example, West 4th Street, which runs east-west outside of the Village, turns and runs north, causing it to intersect with West 10th, 11th, 12th, and ending at West 13th Street.
Millions in northern Europe would die over an extended number of years, marking a clear end to the earlier period of growth and prosperity during the 11th and 12th centuries.
The House of Habsburg gathered dynastic momentum through the 11th, 12th and 13th centuries.
Russian chronicles indicate there were conflict between Novgorod and the Finnic tribes from the 11th or 12th century to the early 13th century.
The three main manuscript sources for Irish mythology are the late 11th / early 12th century Lebor na hUidre which is in the library of the Royal Irish Academy, the early 12th century Book of Leinster in the Library of Trinity College, Dublin, and the Rawlinson manuscript B 502 ( Rawl.
The rank of knight developed in the 12th century from the mounted warriors of the 10th and 11th centuries.
The collection's overview of French sculpture contains Romanesque works such as the 11th century Daniel in the Lions ' Den and the 12th century Virgin of Auvergne.
During the 11th century, Lithuanian territories were included in the list of lands paying tribute to Kievan Rus ', but by the 12th century, the Lithuanians were invading neighboring territories themselves.

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Andalusian so-called Algerian classical music is a musical style that was reported in Algeria by Andalusian refugees who fled the inquisition of the Christian Kings from the 11th century, it will develop considerably in the cities of the North of the Algeria.
Due to Pope Sylvester II's reintroduction of the abacus with very useful modifications, it became widely used in Europe once again during the 11th century
Abbots were originally subject to episcopal jurisdiction, and continued generally so, in fact, in the West till the 11th century.
It has been maintained that the right to wear mitres was sometimes granted by the popes to abbots before the 11th century, but the documents on which this claim is based are not genuine ( J. Braun, Liturgische Gewandung, p. 453 ).
When the great reform of the 11th century had put an end to the direct jurisdiction of the lay abbots, the honorary title of abbot continued to be held by certain of the great feudal families, as late as the 13th century and later, the actual head of the community retaining that of dean.
There are early legends of human flight such as the story of Icarus, and Jamshid in Persian myth, and later, somewhat more credible claims of short-distance human flights appear, such as the flying automaton of Archytas of Tarentum ( 428 – 347 BC ), the winged flights of Abbas Ibn Firnas ( 810 – 887 ), Eilmer of Malmesbury ( 11th century ), and the hot-air Passarola of Bartolomeu Lourenço de Gusmão ( 1685 – 1724 ).
The first autobiographical work in Islamic society was written in the late 11th century, by Abdallah ibn Buluggin, last Zirid king of Granada.
* Samuel Aba of Hungary, 11th century leader
Just outside the city is San Daniele Abbey ( 11th century ).
6 km from the city is also Praglia Abbey, founded in the 11th century by Benedictine monks and rebuilt in 1496-1550.
Adjacent to the Forum, at the junction of the same cardo, and the other decumanus, Hadrian built a large temple to the goddess Venus, which later became the Church of the Holy Sepulchre ; despite 11th century destruction, which resulted in the modern Church having a much smaller footprint, several boundary walls of Hadrian's temple have been found among the archaeological remains beneath the Church.
He founded the Benedictine priory, now the Priory Church of St Mary, in the late 11th century.
" The Moors invaded and then held it until the 11th century, after which it became popular with Portuguese royalty.
Its composition by an anonymous Anglo-Saxon poet is dated between the 8th and the early 11th century.
The celebration of deeds of ancient Danish and Swedish heroes, the poem beginning with a tribute to the royal line of Danish kings, but written in the dominant literary dialect of Anglo-Saxon England, for a number of scholars points to the 11th century reign of Canute, the Danish king whose empire included all of these areas, and whose primary place of residence was in England, as the most likely time of the poem's creation, the poem being written as a celebration of the king's heroic royal ancestors, perhaps intended as a form of artistic flattery by one of his English courtiers.
The 11th century date is due to scholars who argue that, rather than transcription of the tale from the oral tradition by a literate monk, Beowulf reflects an original interpretation of the story by the poet.
Bede's remains may have been transferred to Durham Cathedral in the 11th century ; his tomb there was looted in 1541, but the contents were probably re-interred in the Galilee chapel at the cathedral.
* Old Bulgarian ( 9th to 11th century, also referred to as Old Church Slavonic ) – a literary norm of the early southern dialect of the Common Slavic language from which Bulgarian evolved.
The Codex Zographensis is one of the oldest manuscript s in the Old Bulgarian language dated from the late 10th or early 11th century
The first mention of the language as the " Bulgarian language " instead of the " Slavonic language " comes in the work of the Greek clergy of the Bulgarian Archbishopric of Ohrid in the 11th century, for example in the Greek hagiography of Saint Clement of Ohrid by Theophylact of Ohrid ( late 11th century ).

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