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1168 and Danish
The Slavic piracy in the Baltic Sea ended with the Danish conquest of the Rani stronghold of Arkona in 1168.
In 1168, the Danish king Valdemar I conquered Rügen which then became Christian.
The third, and arguably the most important record, comes from the Danish chronicler Saxo Grammaticus, who in his Gesta Danorum described the war fought in 1168 by the Danish king Valdemar I against the Wends of Rügen, the conquest of their city at cape Arkona and the destruction of the grand temple of Svantevit that stood there.
After the destruction and Germanization of the Rujani by the Danes, in 1168, the original Slavic name of Rujan was corrupted as Rügen in German and Rugia in Danish.
* 1168: Danish expedition led by Roskilde archbishop Absalon takes the Principality of Rügen, resulting in conversion of the Rani who became Danish vassals
Tharapita may have been known among the Slavs of the island of Rügen, where Danish crusaders destroyed a pagan idol named Turupit in 1168.

1168 and king
After a successful campaign Manuel I and Andronikos returned together to Constantinople ( 1168 ); but a year later, Andronikos refused to take the oath of allegiance to the future king Béla III of Hungary, whom Manuel desired to become his successor.
In 1167 Amalric married Maria Comnena, grand-niece of Byzantine emperor Manuel I Comnenus, and in 1168 the king sent William to finalize a treaty for a joint Byzantine-crusader campaign against Egypt.
Being effectively disinherited by the king ( for the first but not the last time in his life ) and with mounting debts, Richard welcomed the opportunity to restore his fortunes that presented itself in 1168.
Until the king was declared adult in 1171 the government was controlled first by the chancellor Stephen du Perche, cousin of Margaret ( 1166 – 1168 ), and then by Walter Ophamil, archbishop of Palermo, and Matthew of Ajello, the vice-chancellor.
Went to Ireland in 1168, being sent with ten knights, twenty esquires, and one hundred archers, to assist Dermot MacMurrough, king of Leinster.

1168 and Valdemar
In 1168 during the Northern Crusades, Denmark mounted a crusade led by Bishop Absalon and King Valdemar the Great against the Wends of Rugia in order to convert them to Christianity.
* 1168: King Valdemar I of Denmark conquers Arkona on the Island of Rügen, the strongest pagan fortress and temple in northern Europe.
In 1168, Valdemar and Absalon gained a foothold on the southern shore of the Baltic, when they subdued the Principality of Rügen.

1168 and I
In 1168, Henry married Matilda ( 1156 – 1189 ), the daughter of King Henry II of England and Duchess Eleanor of Aquitaine and sister of King Richard I of England.
In 1168, Emperor Barbarossa ordered the slighting of Saarbrücken because of a feud with Count Simon I.
Archbishop Eberard I of Hilpolstein-Biburg was allowed to reign in peace, but his successor Conrad II of Austria earned the Emperor's wrath and died in 1168 in Admont a fugitive.
In 1168, Emperor Manuel I, obsessed with his dilemma with Thoros, marched his armies into Cilicia for the third time under the command of Konstantinos Kalamanos.
Twice it served as the entry-point for an emperor's triumphal return: in 1126, when John II Komnenos returned from the recapture of his ancestral Kastamonu, and in 1168, when Manuel I Komnenos returned from his victorious campaign against Hungary.
* Agnes ( 1142 – 1168 ), married Ralph I, Lord of Coucy and had issue including Yolande de Coucy, wife of Robert II, Count of Dreux.
The city played a role in the machinations for control of the Fatimid vizierate: first in 1164, when Shirkuh was besieged in the city by the combined forces of Shiwar and Amalric I of Jerusalem for three months ; then again in 1168 when the city was assaulted again by Amalric's army, who took the city after three days on November 4 and indiscriminately killed the inhabitants.
However, in 1168, the Christian King Amalric I of Jerusalem, who had been trying for years to launch a successful attack on Egypt in order to expand the Crusader territories, had finally achieved a certain amount of success.
# Simon I, Duke of Lorraine, c. 1080-1138 ; his younger brother Thierry of Alsace, d. c. 1168, Count of Flanders, was the patrilineal ancestor of the House of Flanders

1168 and army
He first achieved distinction as an officer in Nur ad-Din Zengi's army during his uncle Shirkuh's third and final campaign in Egypt ( 1168 – 1169 ); following Nur ad-Din's death in 1174, Al-Adil governed Egypt on behalf of his brother Saladin and mobilized that country's vast resources in support of his brother's campaigns in Syria and his war against the Crusaders ( 1175 – 1183 ).

1168 and Bishop
" Franconia remained a Hohenstaufen power base until 1168, when the Bishop of Würzburg was formally ceded the ducal rights in Eastern Franconia.
Otto and Bernard helped their second brother Siegfried, who since 1168 had called himself the Bishop Elect of Bremen, to gain the see of Bremen, with part of the diocesan territory being upgraded to form the Prince-Archbishopric of Bremen ().
Owain expanded his international diplomatic offensive against Henry II by sending an embassy to Louis VII of France in 1168, led by Arthur of Bardsey, Bishop of Bangor ( 1166 – 1177 ), who was charged with negotiating a joint alliance against Henry II.
In 1168, the crusading William IV, Count of Nevers had promised the Bishop of Bethlehem that if Bethlehem should fall under Muslim control, he would welcome either him or his successors in the small town of Clamecy in the present day Burgundy, France.
Robert was married to Agnes Sibylla ( died 1170 ), and had four sons by her: Guillem ( William, died 1168 ), Robert, Ricard ( Richard ), and Berenguer ( Berengar, who in conjunction with Robert, assassinated Bishop Hug de Cervelló in 1171 ).
" Franconia remained a Hohenstaufen power base until 1168, when the Bishop of Würzburg was formally ceded the ducal rights in Eastern Franconia.

1168 and destroyed
Usually identified as the Toltec capital around 980 CE, the city was destroyed at some time between 1168 and 1179.
After Fustat was destroyed in 1168 / 1169 to prevent its capture by the Crusaders, the administrative capital of Egypt moved to Cairo, where it has remained ever since.

1168 and at
In 1168 the chief Wendish fortress at Arkona in Rügen, containing the sanctuary of their god Svantevit, was conquered.
In 1168 he attacked the Normans at Builth, destroying its castle.
The modern Syldavia was formed in 1127 when a tribal chief called Hveghi drove away Turkish conquerors defeated at the battle of Zileheroum and took the name Muskar ruling until 1168.
The West Kern Oil Museum, at 1168 Wood Street, has vast holdings including pumps, fire apparatus, trucks, a historic wooden derrick, photos, models, and extensive displays of local history back to Indian times.
Dissatisfied with the state of Buddhism at the time, in 1168 he set off on his first trip to Mt.
He died on 5 April 1168, probably at his Northamptonshire castle of Brackley, for his entrails were buried at the hospital in the town.
In 1906 she lived at 1168 W. 36th St., Los Angeles, California.
In 1168 Olav and his men ventured south to the Oslofjord area, but were there defeated in battle at Stanger in Våler.
Apart from some rebuilding work in 1168 as a result of a fire, the rest of the 12th century passed fairly quietly at the abbey.
The Pórtico da Gloria of the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela is a Romanesque portico by Master Mateo and his workshop at the request of King Ferdinand II of León, who donated for this purpose one hundred maravedís annually between 1168 and 1188, when the latter consisting inscribed in stone in the cathedral as its completion.
In 1168 Olav and his men ventured south to the Oslofjord area, but were there defeated in battle at Stanger in Våler.
Rhys did not oblige at the time, but in response to a further appeal in 1168 released Robert from captivity.

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