|Covid-19|April – Sviatopolk II becomes Grand Prince of Kiev and ruler of Kievan Rus'.
March 6 – The Frankish monk, philosopher and theologian Anselm is nominated as Archbishop of Canterbury; he is consecrated on December 4.
April 8 – Construction of Winchester Cathedral by Bishop Walkelin in England is completed.
May 26 – Battle of the Stugna River: The Cuman people defeat the princes of Kievan Rus'.
September – Magnus Barefoot is crowned king of Norway.
August 11 – Construction of Durham Cathedral in England begins.
November 13 – Battle of Alnwick: Malcolm III of Scotland, while attempting to invade England, is defeated and killed by the forces of William II of England. Malcolm's brother Donald takes the Scottish throne.
Normans occupy southern Wales, constructing Cardiff and Pembroke Castles.
Henry of Burgundy becomes Count of Portugal through his marriage to Theresa, Countess of Portugal.
Saint Canute's Cathedral is built in Odense, Denmark.
Fire causes extensive damage in London.
January 16 – Isaac Komnenos, sebastokrator of the Byzantine Empire (died c.1152)
date unknown - King Conrad III of Germany (died 1152)
April 13 – Prince Vsevolod I of Kiev (b. 1030)
August 29 – Hugh I, Duke of Burgundy (b. 1057)
August – Count Alan Rufus
September – Olaf III of Norway (b. c.1050)
November 13 – King Malcolm III of Scotland (b. 1031)
November 16 – Saint Margaret of Scotland, wife of King Malcolm III of Scotland
date unknown – Iestyn ap Gwrgant, king of Morgannwg
Year 1093 (MXCIII) was a common year starting on Saturday (link will display the full calendar) of the Julian calendar.
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