Calendar overview 1158
|Munich is first mentioned in a document in the Augsburg Schied .|
Alfonso VIII becomes
King of Castile .
|Otto von Freising dies.|
|1158 in other calendars|
|Armenian calendar||606/607 (turn of the year July)|
|Buddhist calendar||1701/02 (southern Buddhism); 1700/01 (alternative calculation according to Buddha's Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||64th (65th) cycle|
|Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam)||520/521 (turn of the year April)|
|Islamic calendar||552/553 (February 1-2)|
|Jewish calendar||4918/19 (25/26 August)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 1468/69 (turn of the year April)
Syria: 1469/70 (turn of the year October)
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||1214/15 (turn of the year April)|
Politics and world events
Holy Roman Empire
- January 11 : Vladislav II is elected King of Bohemia .
- January 18 : In Regensburg , Vladislav II of Bohemia receives permission to wear a crown circlet (becomes de facto king).
- Immediately after the Reichstag, Frederick I Barbarossa's second campaign to Italy begins with 10,000 knights.
- September 1st : Treaty of surrender of Milan
- November: Friedrich I. Barbarossa passes a law to protect traveling scholars and professors ("Habita").
- August 31 : Sancho III. dies surprisingly after a year in government. His son Alfonso VIII becomes King of Castile .
City foundations and first documentary mentions
- June 14 : Emperor Friedrich I. Barbarossa decides at the Reichstag in Augsburg that Heinrich the Lion may operate a customs bridge over the Isar , but must give the Bishop of Freising a third of all future income because he has destroyed the river crossing. This document, the Augsburger Schied , in which the place name Munichen is mentioned for the first time, is considered to be the founding document of Munich .
- German merchants set up on the lower reaches of the Dvina (Latvian: Daugava) the city Riga , the current capital of Latvia .
- Frauenkappelen and Jever are first mentioned in a document.
- The construction of the stone Judith Bridge over the Vltava begins in Prague . It is the forerunner of the famous Charles Bridge, built 200 years later .
- Friedrich Barbarossa enacts a law to compel the mill . It guarantees the landlords the mill shelf , the sole right to build and operate a mill , and obliges all subjects to have their grain milled exclusively in the Kameralmühle, Zwangmühle or Bannmühle. This ensures the miller constant income for centuries.
- In England, a silver coin called sterling was introduced under Henry II .
Religion and society
- The Order of Calatrava is founded.
Date of birth saved
- September 23 : Gottfried IV , son of King Henry II of England, later Duke of Brittany († 1186 )
- September 28 : Ibn Yaʿīsch , Arabic grammarian († 1245 )
Exact date of birth unknown
- Abu l-Abbas Ahmad ibn al-Mustadi an-Nasir li-Dini llah , Arab caliph († 1225 )
- Albrecht the Proud , Margrave of Meissen († 1195 )
- Ermengol VIII. , Count of Urgell († 1209 )
- Fujiwara no Ietaka , Japanese Waka poet († 1237 )
- Heinrich I , Count of Bar († 1190 )
- Heinrich the Elder , Duke of Mödling († 1223 )
- Jutta von Huy , benefactress and Christian mystic († 1228 )
- Philipp von Dreux , Bishop of Beauvais († 1217 )
- Taira no Shigehira , Samurai († 1185 )
Born around 1158
Date of death secured
- August 12 : Anselm von Havelberg , Bishop (* around 1099)
- August 31 : Sancho III. , King of Castile (* 1134 )
- September 22nd : Otto von Freising , Bishop of Freising and historian (* around 1112 )
- December 15 : Friedrich II. Von Berg , Archbishop of Cologne (* around 1120)
Exact date of death unknown
- Giorgios IV , King of Makuria, Nubia (* 1106 )
- Ludwig I , Count of Wirtemberg (* around 1119 )
- Grabissa the Great , Bohemian nobleman
- Morgan ab Owain , Welsh King
- Things Künga Nyingpo , person of Tibetan Buddhism (* 1092 )
- Wilhelm I von Bures , French crusader, Prince of Galilee (* around 1090)