Datos demogrÃ¡ficos de HungrÃa
This page relates to the year 1168 Calendrier Julien.
- Establishment of the Aztec (or Mexica) with the Mexico. Last arriveds of the vagueness of immigration, they are constrained to occupy the marshy area located on western bank of the Lac Texcoco. Surrounded by powerful neighbors who hold to ransom them, their only dry ground space is an small island surrounded by marshes. Not very many, they mixes with the Toltèques of which they adopt civilization after some violences. They will be slow to carry out the unit of the various clans who are opposed in fights constant.
- While arriving in the marsh, the Aztec priests state to have seen a cactus pushing on a rock, with, perched above, an eagle eating a snake, in accordance with the legend according to which the Aztèques must found a great civilization in a marshy area where they would see this scene.
The Middle East
- Byzantine Suzerainty on the Latin States of the East.
- October: New attempt at Amaury Ier of Jerusalem in Egypt, which causes the decisive intervention of Shirkuh and its nephew Saladin. An intervention free-Byzantine, badly coordinated, does not manage to take Damiette to them.
- December 22nd: Set fire to Cairo in front of the advance of the Crusaders.
- January 17th: Philippe of Alsace becomes Count de Flandre (fine in 1191).
- : Henri the Lion wife in second weddings Mathilde of England.
- Guy of Nevers becomes count of Auxerre (fine in 1184).
- the pope Alexandre III takes the direction of the Ligue lombarde.
- temporary Successes of Byzance in Italy of the south.
Valdemar Large the and the archbishop Absalon fight the Wendes and take Rügen. The capital Arkona goes after the collapse of a cliff overhanging the city. Valdemar grants to all the safe life provided that they disavow their pagan gods and deliver all their richnesses. Wendes agree to be subjected to the Danish law, to pay tribute with the king of the Denmark and to answer any request concerning the national lifting ( ledung ).
Judgment of the abbot Polycarpe of the Caves by the métropolite of Kiev Constantin II in connection with a quarrel on the obligation to make thin feastdays.
Art & culture
- Etienne de Fougères, author of the Livre in the Manners is named bishop of Rennes (1168-1178).
- Fine of the construction of the cathedral of Direction
- the Philosopher and Jewish Médecin Maïmonide finishes its Mishné Thora , religious code and summary of the Talmud.
- mythical Confrontation between Quetzalcóatl, the plumed serpent Toltèque and the god of the war Tezcatlipoca. Topiltzin, chief of the worship of Quetzalcóatl, is banished. It leaves in boat with its sectateurs, to perhaps revive the arts center of Chichén Itzá. The sectateurs of Tezcatlipoca attach a considerable importance to the human sacrifices.
Births in 1168
Death in 1168
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