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1168 and William
In 1168 Amalric and Manuel negotiated an alliance against Egypt, and William of Tyre was among the ambassadors sent to Constantinople to finalize the treaty.
Amalric cemented his alliance with Manuel by marrying Manuel's niece Maria Komnene in 1167, and an embassy led by William of Tyre was sent to Constantinople to negotiate a military expedition, but in 1168 Amalric pillaged Bilbeis without waiting for the naval support promised by Manuel.
* William de Ferrers ( b. 1168 )
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.
William accused them of hindering the Siege of Ascalon in 1153 ; of poorly defending a cave-fortress in 1165, for which twelve Templars were hanged by King Amalric ; of sabotaging the invasion of Egypt in 1168 ; and of murdering Assassin ambassadors in 1173.
* William IV, Count of Nevers ( 1130 – 1168 )
** William Hugh Bigod ( b. 1168 )
* William de Percy, 4th Baron Percy ( 1112 – 1168 )
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 ).
* William IV ( also Count of Auxerre, 1161 – 1168 )
* William de Percy, 4th Baron Percy ( 1112 – 1168 )

1168 and IV
After the Novgorodians had expelled their prince, Svyatoslav IV Rostislavich, Roman was sent to Novgorod on April 14, 1168 by his father ( who had earlier occupied Kiev ).

1168 and Count
In 1168, Emperor Barbarossa ordered the slighting of Saarbrücken because of a feud with Count Simon I.
While in 1168 the Saxon clan of the Ascanians, allies of Frederick Barbarossa, had failed to install their family member Siegfried, Count of Anhalt, on the archepiscopal see of Bremen, the Ascanians prevailed twofoldly in 1180.
* Agnes ( 1142 – 1168 ), married Ralph I, Lord of Coucy and had issue including Yolande de Coucy, wife of Robert II, Count of Dreux.
* Guy ( also Count of Auxerre, 1168 – 1175 )
* Thierry, Count of Flanders ( c. 1099 – 1168 ), also known as Derrick or Thierry of Alsace
# 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
* Philip of Alsace ( 1167 – 1185 ), Count of Flanders ( 1168 – 1191 ), Count of Vermandois and of Valois by marriage

1168 and had
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 ().
According to the Pipe Rolls of 1168, the name had become Aldermannestun.
After the Battle of Monte Porzio, in 1168, the Roman people thought it well to take revenge on Albano, who had sided with the city's Emperor Frederick Barbarossa against Rome, and so the town was looted and razed.
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.
The site was known in the popular culture of medieval Ireland as a place where Mug Ruith's flying machine roth rámach had been seen, and where the ard rí Ruaidrí Ua Conchobair had held a massive assemblage in 1168.

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.
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.
In 1168, the Danish king, Valdemar I, and his army commander and advisor, Bishop Absalon of Roskilde destroyed the Svetovid temple in the hillfort at Cape Arkona, ending both the territorial and religious autonomy of the Rani, their former monarchs became Danish princes of Rügen.
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.
" Franconia remained a Hohenstaufen power base until 1168, when the Bishop of Würzburg was formally ceded the ducal rights in Eastern Franconia.

1168 and under
However, in 1168 the Fatimids under the leadership of Vizier Shawar set fire to Fustat to prevent Cairo's capture by the Crusaders.
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.
His brother died in 1168, leaving a child, Roupen II, to succeed him, under the regency of a Frankish lord called Thomas.
In 1168, about half of the town of Orbe came under Amadeus II of Montfaucon, the count of Montbéliard.
Because Darom was absent of Greek bishops, in 1168 Pope Alexander III gave the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem direct jurisdiction over the dioceses, bringing the largely Greek Orthodox inhabitants under the authority of the Catholic Church.
* 1166 – 1168: Sessho under Emperor Rokujō.
* 1168 – 1172: Sessho under Emperor Takakura.

1168 and Muslim
They were studied by Islamic and Jewish scholars, including Rabbi Moses Maimonides ( 1135 – 1204 ) and the Muslim Judge Ibn Rushd, known in the West as Averroes ( 1126 – 1198 ); both were originally from Cordoba, Spain, although the former left Iberia and by 1168 lived in Egypt.

1168 and control
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.

1168 and him
Henceforward Henry succeeded in keeping the countship of Anjou all his life ; for though he granted it in 1168 to his son Henry the Young King when the latter became old enough to govern it, he absolutely refused to allow him to enjoy his power.

1168 and small
The first appearance of Władysław in contemporary sources began around 1168 in the congress of Jędrzejów where, as a small child, he was a witness in a donation to the local cistercian monastery.

1168 and town
He died on 5 April 1168, probably at his Northamptonshire castle of Brackley, for his entrails were buried at the hospital in the town.
Frederick wanted to take revenge on Susa for its behaviour of 1168, and on September 30 his forces captured and burned down the town.

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