|Covid-19|Early – Pope Stephen IX pronounces on the authenticity of the relics of Mary Magdalene at Vézelay Abbey in France, making it a major centre of pilgrimage.
March 17 – King Lulach of Scotland is killed in battle against his cousin and rival Máel Coluim mac Donnchada, who later becomes King as Máel Coluim III.
September 20 – Agnes de Poitou and Andrew I of Hungary meet to negotiate about the border zone, in present-day Burgenland.
Antipope Benedict X is crowned pope, but later deposed.
Pope Nicholas II is elected pope in December, and installed the following year.
Boleslaus II takes office as duke of Poland.
Construction begins on the Cathedral of Parma, Italy.
Ealdred (archbishop of York) becomes the first English bishop to make a pilgrimage to Jerusalem.
The Almoravids conquer the Berghouata.
Al-Ghazali, Muslim theologian, jurist and mystic
(probable year) Godefroy de Bouillon, the main leader of the First Crusade
undated – Theodora Anna Doukaina Selvo, Venetian dogaressa (d. 1083)
March 17 – Lulach, King of Scotland
March 29 – Pope Stephen IX
Casimir I of Poland (b. 1015)
Ilduara Mendes, countess and regent of Portugal
Year 1058 (MLVIII) was a common year starting on Thursday (link will display the full calendar) of the Julian calendar.
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