This page relates to the year 1177 Calendrier Julien.
- Bad harvests with the Japan; rice, in the Kansai (western of Japan), does not become ripe.
- the relations between the emperor withdrawn Go-Shirakawa and the clan Taira are very tended, and the former emperor tries a Coup d'etat to reverse the Daijō-daijin (Prime Minister) Taira No Kiyomori.
- Conflicts of the Khmer with the Chams, which ransack the capital, Angkor.
The Middle East
- November 25th: In the Latin East, victory of the Frank of the Kingdom of Jerusalem against an army of Saladin to the Battle of the mount Gisard.
- July 24th: Frederic Barberousse and the pope Alexandre III signs the peace of Venice devoting the authority of the pope, who grants a broad forgiveness to the schismatics. Barberousse gives up its antipape and admits Alexandre III but continuous to control the episcopal elections in Germany and refuses to return to papacy the heritage Mathilde of Tuscany.
September 27th: The pope Alexandre III addresses a letter to the king Jean, probably Ethiopic, which it calls “king of the Indies”.
Alphonse VIII of Castille takes Cuenca.
Letter of Raymond V of Toulouse to the abbot of Cîteaux denouncing progress of the Cathares.
- pontifical Mission of the abbot of Clairvaux in the South of France.
the synod of the bishops of Norway tries to impose a Constitution and to establish precise standards to regulate the problem of the royal succession. But the disorders start again of more beautiful. Sverre Sigurdsson, a former priest claiming with the throne, takes the head of a clan of proscribed, the Birkebeiner (“legs of birch”). He refuses to accept the political decisions made under the pressure of the Church and is made proclaim king de Norvège with Nidarós in 1178.
- Casimir II the Juste becomes duke of Poland.
Art & culture
- Beginning of the construction of the Bridge Saint-Bénézet with Avignon (fine in 1185).
- Beginning of the construction of the chorus of Notre-Dame de Paris (fine in 1182).
- In Poland, construction of the cathedrals of Romance style of Sainte-Marie of Łeczyca or Gniezno, whose celebrates it bronze door dates from the last quarter of the 12th century.
Births in 1177
Death in 1177
- January 13rd: Henri II Jasomirgott, Count Palatine of the Rhine, duke of Bavaria and margrave then duke of Austria (° 1107)
- June: Guillaume de Montferrat (1150-1177)
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