#Onthisday in history 13th April 1111 A.D. Henry V is crowned Holy Roman Emperor.
Henry V was born on 11th August 1081/86 A.D. and on the 23rd May 1125 A.D. he died. He had always reigned as the king of Germany from 1099-1125 A.D. and then the Holy Roman Emperor from 1111 A.D. until 1125 A.D. He was also the fourth and final ruler of the Salian Dynasty, His reign coincided with a final great known as “Great Investiture Controversy”. This had pitted the pope against the emperor, however there was a settlement of what was known as “Concordat of Worms” which later led to the end and surrender of the demands of the second generation of the “Georgian Reformers”.