11th (eleventh) - traducción al Inglés
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11th (eleventh) - traducción al Inglés

Eleventh Century; Eleventh century; 11th Century; 11th centuries; 11th-century; Eleventh-century; 11 Century; XI century; XI Century; 11th century CE; 11th Century CE; 1000s (century)
  • spherical astrolabe]], long employed in medieval [[Islamic astronomy]], was introduced to Europe by Gerbert d'Aurillac, later [[Pope Sylvester II]].
  • Norman]] incursions and the weakening of the [[Almoravids]]

11th (eleventh)      
(n.) = 11º (onceavo)
Ex: 10,000 libraries were relocated into new premises during the 11th 5 year plan.
eleventh hour         
Elevent Hour; The Eleventh Hour (disambiguation); 11th hour; 11th Hour (documentary); 11th Hour; Eleventh Hour (documentary); The 11th Hour; Eleventh Hour; Eleventh hour; Eleventh-hour; Eleventh-Hour; 11th Hour (album); In the eleventh hour; The 11 hour; Eleventh-hour decision; Eleventh Hour (TV series); The Eleventh Hour (album); Eleventh Hour (album); The Eleventh Hour (TV series); The Eleventh Hour (play); The Eleventh Hour (film); The 11th Hour (film); The Eleventh Hour (U.S. TV series); The Eleventh Hour (U.S. TV program); The 11th Hour (TV series); The 11th Hour (TV program); The Eleventh Hour (TV program); Eleventh Hour (1942 film)
"La hora onceava", el último momento, la última oportunidad para hacer algo antes de sea muy tarde
Augmented eleventh; Eleventh (chord); Perfect eleventh; Onzième
at the eleventh hour: a última hora


eleventh hour
If someone does something at the eleventh hour, they do it at the last possible moment.
He postponed his trip at the eleventh hour.
...last night's eleventh hour agreement.
N-SING: usu at the N, N n


11th century

The 11th century is the period from 1001 (MI) through 1100 (MC) in accordance with the Julian calendar, and the 1st century of the 2nd millennium.

In the history of Europe, this period is considered the early part of the High Middle Ages. There was, after a brief ascendancy, a sudden decline of Byzantine power and a rise of Norman domination over much of Europe, along with the prominent role in Europe of notably influential popes. Christendom experienced a formal schism in this century which had been developing over previous centuries between the Latin West and Byzantine East, causing a split in its two largest denominations to this day: Roman Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy.

In Song dynasty China and the classical Islamic world, this century marked the high point for both classical Chinese civilization, science and technology, and classical Islamic science, philosophy, technology and literature. Rival political factions at the Song dynasty court created strife amongst the leading statesmen and ministers of the empire. In Korea, the Goryeo Kingdom flourished and faced external threats from the Liao dynasty (Manchuria).

In this century the Turkish Seljuk dynasty comes to power in Western Asia over the now fragmented Abbasid realm, while the first of the Crusades were waged towards the close of the century. The Fatimid Caliphate in Egypt, the Ghaznavids, and the Chola dynasty in India had reached their zenith in military might and international influence. The Western Chalukya Empire (the Chola's rival) also rose to power by the end of the century. In Japan, the Fujiwara clan continued to dominate the affairs of state.

In the Americas, the Toltec and Mixtec civilizations flourished in Central America, along with the Huari Culture of South America and the Mississippian culture of North America. The Tiwanaku Empire centered around Lake Titicaca collapsed in the first half of the century.