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1100–1199 (A.D.) World History

Chartres Cathedral
Chartres Cathedral
Tasha Vincent

Construction of Cathedral at Chartres, France.
Second Crusade begins.
c. 1150
Angkor Wat is completed.
Universities of Paris and Oxford founded in France and England.
Thomas á Becket named Archbishop of Canterbury, murdered by Henry II's men (1170). Troubadours (wandering minstrels) glorify romantic concepts of feudalism.
Ibn-Rushd begins translating Aristotle's works.
Richard I (“the Lionhearted”) succeeds Henry II in England, killed in France (1199), succeeded by King John. Third Crusade.

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