1110 (The People's Chronology)
Norway's Sigurd I Magnusson arrives in the Holy Land, having done battle with Moorish pirates off the Balearic Islands (see 1107). He receives a warm welcome from Baldwin I, king of Jerusalem, and helps the Franks capture Sidon (see 1111).
The dukedom of Bohemia is secured for Vladislav I following the death of Bretislav II. Vladislav receives help from the German king Heinrich V and will rule until 1125.
Heinrich V invades Italy with a large army and concludes an agreement with Pope Paschal II at Sutri. Heinrich renounces the right of investiture, and the pope promises to crown him emperor and to restore to the empire all lands given by kings or emperors to the German church since the time of Charlemagne.
Almoravid forces under the command of Ali ibn Yusuf occupy Saragossa, bringing all of Andalusia's Muslim states under Almoravid control (but see 1118).
An English miracle play presented at Dunstable is the earliest of positive record. Priests have celebrated great ecclesiastical festivals since the 9th century with presentations of the Easter story, but the new miracle plays are based on legends of the saints.