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|Ab urbe condita||1887|
|Balinese saka calendar||1055–1056|
|English Regnal year||34 Hen. 1 – 35 Hen. 1|
|Chinese calendar||癸丑年 (Water Ox)|
3830 or 3770
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甲寅年 (Wood Tiger)
3831 or 3771
|- Vikram Samvat||1190–1191|
|- Shaka Samvat||1055–1056|
|- Kali Yuga||4234–4235|
|Japanese calendar||Chōshō 3|
|Minguo calendar||778 before ROC|
|Seleucid era||1445/1446 AG|
|Thai solar calendar||1676–1677|
1260 or 879 or 107
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1261 or 880 or 108
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- Hugh II of Le Puiset, Count of Jaffa, revolts against King Fulk of Jerusalem.
- Mas'ud becomes sultan of the Seljuk Turks.
- The Kangguo Era begins, in the Kara-Khitan Khanate.
- Wu Ge, the Chinese Song Dynasty Deputy Transport Commissioner of Zhejiang, has paddle wheel warships constructed with a total of nine wheels, and others with thirteen wheels.
- Vsevolod Mstislavich of Novgorod defeats the Chuds and captures Tartu.
- Yuri Dolgoruki founds the town of Skniatino.
- Iziaslav II of Kiev becomes Prince of Vladimir and Volyn.
- Viacheslav of Kiev becomes Prince of Turov.
- Ermengarde becomes Viscountess of Narbonne.
- Narbonne is seized by Alphonse I of Toulouse.
- Battle of Fraga: Castillan forces are defeated by Muslim troops; Alfonso I of Aragon is killed, and succeeded by Ramiro II in Aragon, and Garcia VI in Navarre.
- Roger II of Sicily defeats a revolt in Naples.
- Called by Olegarius, the bishop of Tarragona, the Knights Templar establish their first stronghold in Catalonia.
- Battle of Färlev: Magnus IV of Norway defeats Harald IV Gille of Norway.
- Battle of Fotevik: Harald Kesja and Magnus the Strong are defeated by the forces of Erik Emune.
- Eric II becomes King of Denmark.
- The House of Brandenburg is founded, when Albrecht the Bear is made head of the Nordmark.
- Aed mac Domnaill becomes King of Ui Failghe.
- Much of Chartres, France, is destroyed by fire.
- Henry of Lausanne is sentenced to imprisonment by Pope Innocent II.
- The Zeeland archipelago is created by a massive storm in the North Sea.
- Hermann III of Baden marries Bertha of Lorraine.
- Ulrich I becomes Duke of Carinthia.
- May 13 – The Saint-Denis basilica, near Paris, is damaged by a fire. This will give the opportunity to the abbot Suger to rebuild it in a new style, which will open the Gothic period of architecture.
- The University of Salamanca is established, in the Kingdom of León.
- Abdul Qadir Jilani becomes principal of the Hanbali school in Baghdad.
- The Japanese classic text Uchigikishu is written.
- Robert of Ketton and Herman of Carinthia travel throughout France, the Byzantine Empire, and the Crusader States.
- Cormac's Chapel is consecrated.
- Saint Malachy becomes Archbishop of Armagh.
- The Church of St. James is dedicated in Glasgow.
- The Augustinian Runcorn Priory is transferred to Norton Priory.
- Buckfastleigh Abbey is refounded.
- Aelred of Hexham enters the monastery at Rievaulx Abbey.
- St. Stephen Harding becomes Abbot of Cîteaux Abbey.
- Saint Hugh of Grenoble is canonized by Innocent II.
- The Cathedral of St. Petri in Schleswig is completed.
- The Abbey of St. Jacob is founded in Würzburg.
- Evermode of Ratzeburg becomes Abbot of Gottesgnaden.
- The Humiliati retreat to a monastery in Milan.
- Leo Styppes becomes Patriarch of Constantinople.
- June 1 – Geoffrey, Count of Nantes (d. 1158)
- King Sancho III of Castile (d. 1158)
- King Sverker I of Sweden (approximate date; d. 1156)
- Raymond V of Toulouse (d. 1194)
- Oda of Brabant, saint and prioress (d. 1158)
- Lord Basava, Indian founder of the Lingayat sect
- March 28 – Saint Stephen Harding, founder of the Cistercian Order
- June 4 – Magnus the Strong, Swedish usurper
- June 6 – Saint Norbert, founder of the Norbertine Order of canons
- June 25 – King Niels of Denmark
- August 13 – Piroska of Hungary, Byzantine empress consort and saint (b. 1088)
- September – Alfonso I of Aragon
- October 23 – Abu al-Salt, Andalusian polymath
- date unknown
- Fletcher 1987.
- Rogers, Clifford J. (2010). The Oxford Encyclopedia of Medieval Warfare and Military Technology. Oxford University Press. p. 68. ISBN 9780195334036.