Calendar overview 1182
|Andronikos I Comnenus to take power , a pogrom against the “Latin” population takes place in Constantinople .|
|1182 in other calendars|
|Armenian calendar||630/631 (turn of the year July)|
|Buddhist calendar||1725/26 (southern Buddhism); 1724/25 (alternative calculation according to Buddhas Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||64th (65th) cycle|
|Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam)||544/545 (turn of the year April)|
|Islamic calendar||577/578 (May 6/7)|
|Jewish calendar||4942/43 (August 30/31)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 1492/93 (turn of the year April)
Syria: 1493/94 (turn of the year October)
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||1238/39 (turn of the year April)|
Politics and world events
- "Latin pogrom ": In the turmoil surrounding the succession to the throne when Andronikos I Komnenos came to power, an uprising broke out in Constantinople in which almost the entire "Latin" population ( Genoese and Pisans ) was murdered and their neighborhoods burned down.
- May 12th : Knut VI. , co-king since 1170 , becomes sole ruler in Denmark after the death of his father Waldemar the Great . At the same time he also becomes Prince of Halland .
First documentary mentions
- The places Dotzigen , Epalinges , Faistenau , Nufringen , Bruchmachtersen , Sennewitz , Schmerbach and Sterzing are first mentioned in a document.
Religion, culture and society
- The Worms Cathedral is being renovated.
- The Benedictine monastery in Heiligenrode is founded by Friedrich von Mackenstedt.
- Averroes becomes the personal physician of the Almohad ruler Abu Ya'qub Yusuf .
- 1182 or 1183 : Joachim von Fiore leaves his monastery to devote himself entirely to the study of the Holy Scriptures .
- Alexios I , Emperor of Trebizond († 1222 )
- Alexeios IV , Byzantine Emperor († 1204 )
- Alice of Armenia , mistress of Toron
- Enguerrand III. de Coucy , Lord of Coucy († around 1242 )
- Godragpa Sönam Gyeltshen , person of Tibetan Buddhism († 1261 )
- Lutgard von Tongern , Flemish Cistercian and mystic († 1246 )
- Mary of Montpellier , Queen of Aragon († 1213 )
- Sakya Pandita , person of Tibetan Buddhism († 1251 )
Date of death secured
- January 4th : Friedrich I. von Brehna , count (* around 1126 )
- January 13 : Agnes , Queen of Hungary and Duchess of Carinthia (* 1151 or 1154 )
- February 6th : Valentin , Bishop of Prague
- April 1st : Ulrich II von Treffen , Patriarch of Aquileia
- May 12th : Waldemar I , the Great, King of Denmark (* 1131 )
- May 16 : Johannes Komnenos Batatzes , Byzantine military (* around 1132 )
- July: Maria Komnene , Byzantine princess, daughter of Manuel I (* 1152 )
- October 8 : Konrad II , Duke of Dachau
- November 29th : Heinrich I , Bishop of Lübeck
- December 26th : Adalram von Waldeck , founder of the Seckau Abbey (* around 1100 )
Exact date of death unknown
- Hugo II , Count Palatine of Tübingen
- Maria , countess of Boulogne (* around 1136 )
- Ahmed Rifai , Islamic mystic and founder of the order (* 1118 )
- Sönam Tsemo , person of Tibetan Buddhism (* 1142 )