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- Battle of Beroia: Byzantine Emperor John II Komnenos defeats and destroys the Pechenegs.
- To contain the attacks of the Norman raiders, the Almoravid fleet attacks Sicily.[page needed] The same year (related?), the Muslim population of Malta rebels against the Normans.
- The king of Aragon, Alfonso the Battler, creates the lay community of knights known as the Confraternity of Belchits. It is the first local attempt to imitate the type of structure created in Palestine (it ends in 1136).
- King David IV of Georgia reconquers the city of Tbilisi from Muslim rule, and makes it his capital.
- September 23 – The Concordat of Worms resolves the Investiture Controversy, thus bringing to an end the first phase of the power struggle between the Papacy and the Holy Roman Emperors.
- A patriarch, of the Saint Thomas Christians of India, supposedly visits Pope Callixtus II.
- Eleanor of Aquitaine, Sovereign Duchess Regnant of Aquitaine, of Queen of France and England (approximate date) (d. 1204)
- Frederick I, Holy Roman Emperor (d. 1190)
- October 20 – Ralph d'Escures, archbishop of Canterbury
- November 8 – Ilghazi, Artuqid ruler of Mardin
- November 28 – Margrave Ottokar II of Styria
- Sybilla of Normandy, queen consort of Scotland