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962
Meeting of Otto I and Pope John XII.  (based on a drawing around 1450)
Otto I is from Pope John XII. crowned emperor .
Alley in the Christian quarter of Aleppo
The Byzantine Empire
recaptured Aleppo .
962 in other calendars
Armenian calendar 410/411 (turn of the year July)
Ethiopian calendar 954/955
Buddhist calendar 1505/06 (southern Buddhism); 1504/05 (alternative calculation according to Buddha's Parinirvana )
Chinese calendar 60th (61st) cycle

Year of the Water Dog壬戌 ( at the beginning of the year metal rooster 辛酉)

Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam) 324/325 (turn of the year April)
Iranian calendar 340/341
Islamic calendar 350/351 (turn of the year February 8/9)
Jewish calendar 4722/23 (September 1st and 2nd)
Coptic calendar 678/679
Malayalam calendar 137/138
Roman calendar ab urbe condita MDCCXV (1715)

Diocletian's era : 678/679 (New Year November)

Seleucid era Babylon: 1272/73 (turn of the year April)

Syria: 1273/74 (turn of the year October)

Spanish era 1000
Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar) 1018/19 (turn of the year April)

Events

Politics and world events

Eastern France / Italy

Byzantine Empire / Emirate of Aleppo

Depiction of Saif ad-Daula and his court in the Madrid illuminated manuscript of the Skylitz
  • Easter: The Byzantine troops, which are advancing against Emir Saif ad-Daula under the military leader Nikephoros Phokas , temporarily suspend their operations for Easter. This gives the Hamdanids the opportunity to regain control of the province of Cilicia , retake the city of Anazarbos and rebuild its fortifications. The undertaking remains incomplete, however, because Nikephoros' advancing subordinates force Saif to leave the region again in the fall.
  • In return, the Byzantines take the cities of Maraş , Sisium , Duluk and Manbidsch and thus secure the western passages over the Taurus Mountains . Saif ad-Daula sends another army north to divert, but the Byzantines ignore it. Instead, the Byzantine general leads his troops south and appears outside Aleppo in mid-December . After defeating an improvised army in front of the city wall, the Byzantines storm the city and sack it. Around 10,000 residents, mostly young men, are taken prisoner.

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Died around 962

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