1104 (The People's Chronology)
Acre surrenders to Jerusalem's Baldwin I, a Norman army is badly beaten on the River Balikh near Rakka while trying to take Harran, but Byblus falls to Raymond IV, comte de Toulouse, who lays siege to Tripoli.
Bohemond of Otranto appears at Epirus with a huge army that he has raised in Italy to challenge the Byzantine emperor Alexius Comnenus, who conquers the towns of Cilicia.
Regents for Norway's child king Olaf IV Magnusson have him baptized and make Christianity the country's official religion, but some of his successors will be pagans. The first archbishop of Lund is appointed, making Scandinavia a church province separate from Hamburg.
Iceland's Mount Hekla volcano erupts and devastates farms for 45 miles around. The volcano will have 14 eruptions in the next 850 years (see 1154).