8AD Roman Empire general Tiberius defeats Dalmatians on river Bathinus 1108 Louis VI
, "the Fat One," King of France, crowned 1492 Christopher Columbus sets sail on his first voyage with three ships- Santa Maria, Pinta and Nina - from Spain for the "Indies" 1527 First known letter sent from North America by John Rut 1798 Battle of the Nile: British Admiral Horatio Nelson forces the remnants of the French fleet to surrender 1880 American Canoe Association founded at Lake George, NY 1900 Firestone Tire and Rubber Company founded 1914 First seaworthy ship passes through the Panama Canal 1923 Baseball games cancelled following death of US President Warren G.
This created a powerful principality on either side of the royal domain, giving rise to tension with the Capetian monarch, Louis VI
, and leading Thibaut to be described as 'within France second only to the king' (p.
Huh also emphasizes contrast: "When I think of feminine elements, I turn toward traditional design, such as the curvilinear shapes of Louis VI
pieces, floral or other nature-inspired textiles and wallpapers, trims and passementerie, and traditional curtain and furniture making,'' she says.
It was also the year that Louis VI
was born on December 1.
Abbot Suger himself was highly placed politically; he served King Louis VI
and then was an adviser to Louis VII (1).
Its first mention comes in the 12th century, when King Louis VI
of France is said to have tasted it during a visit to the region.
Playing chess over the internet is commonplace today, while games by correspondence date back to 1119, when Henry I of England played Louis VI
La concession de I'eglise Saint-Pierre-Le Puellier et son bourg en 1119 a Saint-Martin par le roi Louis VI
renforce la bipartition de la ville et la concurrence entre Saint-Martin et I'autorite episcopale qui possedait des droits sur cette eglise.
of France arranged Eleanor's marriage to his son Louis and the couple became involved in the crusades.