Answer to Question #130575 in History for Ola

Question #130575
List the dates for the twelve hundreds.
Expert's answer

1101: Towns started developing in Europe to serve as commercial centres although majority of the population still lived in the rural areas.

1116: Chinese started to stitch printed books.

1117: Iceland abolished slavery.

1121: The Roman Catholic Church became bureaucratically more organized than in the past centuries.

1130: Drought forced the Anasazi people to abandon their land,

1139: Portugal started to form.

1143: A mob pulled people accused of heresy from their prisons and burnt them in the city of Cologne.

1147: Zangi takes over Edessa in Europe, a move controlled by the Europeans against Jerusalem.

1150: Koreans started to print books using the movable type.

1163: The construction of Notre Dame Cathedral started in Paris.

1175: Salah al-Din declares his independence in Egypt.

1180: Netherlands and Flanders adopt windmills to generate electric power.

1185: Bhaskara, the inventor of calculus, five centuries before it arose in Europe, dies at the age of 71 in India.

1189: The Jews were massacred at the coronation of England's Richard the First.

1193: Muslim warriors from Afghanistan pushed their way to India to raid and permanently settle there.

1200: There was rapid growth in commerce and by the end of the century, the Venice seaport was Europe’s commercial capital.

1200: Slavery in Japan had disappeared.

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