This page relates to the year 1045 Calendrier Julien.
The Middle East
- In Arménie, with died of the king of Ani Sembat III, the Byzantine emperor claims to substitute for his successor legitimates, his nephew Gaghik II, its own candidate, Vest Sarkis. In front of the refusal of the Armenians, it launches against them three forwardings, which are pushed back. Combined with the king of the Albans, the Byzantine emperor then joined together the totality of his forces but is crushed in front of Ani by the general Vahram Pahlavani. He would have lost 20.000 men;
- removed At once from the Greeks, young king Gaghik and his general are turned over against the Turks. Thanks to a skilful operation, they inflict a bloody defeat to them on the edges of the Goktchai;
- the Byzantines, this time combined with the Arab , launch a new attack. Having bought the neutrality of the Arabs, Gaghik succeeds in putting it in rout;
- the Byzantine emperor, by the means of Vest Sarkis, invites Gaghik then to come to Byzance to sign with him a perpetual peace treaty. Gaghik accepts and is put on the way after having entrusted management to the catholicos Petros. But as of his arrival, the emperor makes it lock up and sends a new army against his kingdom. The catholicos delivers Ani to the Greeks. The Armenians are subjected to Byzance (1045 - 1064). Part of the population is off-set.
- January 20th - March 10th: Pontificate of Sylvestre III;
- April: Second Pontificate of Benoit IX, which is restored by the force;
- May 1st: Benoît IX abdicates against money in favor of its godfather Gregoire VI;
- May 5th: Beginning of the Pontificate of Gregoire VI (fine in 1046);
- the Hungarians become vassal Holy roman Empire;
- Harald Sigurdsson Haardraade returns of Byzance after being illustrated as mercenary near the Basileus. It unloads in Sweden and is combined with Sveinn Estridsen to devastate the Sjaelland and Fyn (the Fyn).
Arts & culture
- Lanfranc becomes the prior of the monastery Benedictine of the Bec, close to Rouen and founds there a school which becomes an important theological hearth;
- Construction of the church Holy-Sophie with Novgorod (fine in 1050).
Births in 1045
Death in 1045
- February 7th: Go-Suzaku, emperor of the Japan;
- Rainulf Drengot, 1st Norman count of Aversa;
- Radbot, count of Klettgau, husband of a Lorraine relationship of the king of and brother of the bishop of Strasbourg, Werner. He is at the origin of the dynasty of the Habsbourg;
- Holy Siegfried, owner of the Sweden.
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