Calendar overview 1152
|Friedrich I. Barbarossa is crowned German king.|
|1152 in other calendars|
|Armenian calendar||600/601 (turn of the year July)|
|Buddhist calendar||1695/96 (southern Buddhism); 1694/95 (alternative calculation according to Buddhas Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||64th (65th) cycle|
|Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam)||514/515 (turn of the year April)|
|Islamic calendar||546/547 (April 7/8)|
|Jewish calendar||4912/13 (August 31 / September 1)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 1462/63 (turn of the year April)
Syria: 1463/64 (turn of the year October)
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||1208/09 (turn of the year April)|
Politics and world events
Holy Roman Empire
- February 15th : The Roman-German King Konrad III. dies in the middle of the preparations for the king's election of his underage son Friedrich von Rothenburg . On March 4th, the imperial princes in Frankfurt elect his nephew Friedrich von Schwaben as king instead of Konrad's son.
- March 9 : Friedrich I Barbarossa is crowned German king in Aachen by the Archbishop of Cologne , Arnold II von Wied . After the Frankfurt king election, Frederick is on the traditional royal ride through the kingdom of Heinrich the Lion , Albrecht the Bear , Welf VI. and Bishop Anselm von Havelberg accompanied.
France / England
- March 21 : King Louis VII of France and Eleanor of Aquitaine are divorced with the consent of a council and papal dispensation . The French crown thus loses the territorial increase around Aquitaine acquired with the marriage .
- May 18 : Eleanor of Aquitaine marries Heinrich Plantagenet .
- English Civil War from 1135 to 1154
- Raimund II. , Count of Tripoli, is the first non-Muslim of assassins murdered.
- Only ad-Din conquers Tartosa in the Crusader State of Tripoli .
First documentary mentions
- First documented mention of Breitenbach , Bubendorf , Burgalben , Diegten , Diepoldshofen , Essertines-sur-Rolle , Grabenstetten , Lonay , Nunningen , Reigoldswil , Tenniken , Wietmarschen and Zullwil
science and technology
- An archbishopric is established in Nidaros , Norway , with Jon Birgisson becoming the first archbishop . The Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim is extensively expanded after the archdiocese is founded.
- Wichmann von Seeburg is elected Archbishop of Magdeburg .
- The Marienrode monastery is founded.
- Elisabeth von Bregenz , Countess Palatine of Tübingen († 1216 )
- Gunner , Danish clergyman and bishop of Viborg († 1251 )
- Taira no Tomomori , clan leader and commander of the Japanese Taira († 1185 )
- David of Scotland, Earl of Huntingdon , Scottish nobleman († 1219 )
Date of death secured
- January 8 : Konrad I , Duke of Zähringen and Rector of Burgundy (* around 1090 )
- January 10th : Theobald II , Count of Champagne (* 1093 )
- January 15 : Friedrich I , Archbishop of Magdeburg
- January 18 : Adalberon von Munsterol , Archbishop of Trier (* around 1080)
- January 29th : Hermann II. , Count of Winzenburg, Margrave of Meissen, Landgrave of Thuringia, later Count of Plesse
- February 15 : Konrad III. , Duke of Franconia, Roman-German King, King of Italy, King of Burgundy, leader of the Second Crusade (* 1093/1094)
- April 10th : Eberwin von Helfenstein , Catholic saint
- May 3rd : Mathilda von Boulogne , Queen of England (* 1105 )
- June 6 : Gilbert von Neuffontaines , saint, participant in the crusade (* around 1076 )
- June 12 : Henry of Scotland , Scottish Prince (* 1114 )
- October 14 : Rudolf I , Count of Valois and Vermandois, Seneschal of France (* 1085 )
- November 13 : William de Ste Barbe , Anglo-Norman clergyman and Bishop of Durham (* around 1080 )
Exact date of death unknown
- Gilbert de Clare , 1st Earl of Hertford
- Mas'ud ibn Muhammad , Sultan of the Seljuk Turks in Western Persia and Iraq (* 1108 / 1109 )
- Raimund II , count of Tripoli (* around 1115 )
- Ralph von Merle , Norman baron and crusader
- Bernhard von Stübing , highly free nobleman (* around 1122 )