What was the most famous total solar eclipse in history?

King Henry I of England, the son of William the Conqueror, died in 1133 CE. This event coincided with a total solar eclipse that lasted over four minutes on August 2 . Historian William of Malmesbury recounts this "hideous darkness agitated the hearts of men”. After  King Henry’s death, a struggle for the throne threw the kingdom into chaos and civil war.