|Ab urbe condita||1888|
|Balinese saka calendar||1056–1057|
|English Regnal year||35 Hen. 1 – 1 Ste. 1|
|Chinese calendar||甲寅年 (Wood Tiger)|
3831 or 3771
— to —
乙卯年 (Wood Rabbit)
3832 or 3772
|- Vikram Samvat||1191–1192|
|- Shaka Samvat||1056–1057|
|- Kali Yuga||4235–4236|
|Japanese calendar||Chōshō 4 / Hōen 1|
|Minguo calendar||777 before ROC|
|Seleucid era||1446/1447 AG|
|Thai solar calendar||1677–1678|
1261 or 880 or 108
— to —
1262 or 881 or 109
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- The troops of Roger II of Sicily take Djerba.
- The Hammadid Emirate launches an assault against Mahdia in Ifriqiya.
- Song Dynasty Chinese general Yue Fei defeats the rebel forces of Yang Yao, by entangling his swift paddle-wheel ships with rotten logs and other debris, precariously placed in the river. Yue Fei's forces easily board their ships and win a victory.
- The domination of Baghdad by the Seljuk Turks ends.
- May 26 – Pentecost
- August 10 – The Battle of Konungahella is fought.
- December 1 – Stephen succeeds his uncle Henry I, as king of England. Matilda, daughter of Henry I and widow of Holy Roman Emperor Henry V, opposes Stephen and claims the throne as her own.
- Pisans in the service of the Holy See sack the city of Amalfi.
- A Moorish fleet raids the Catalan port-town of Elna.
- The Republic of Florence keeps expanding its control over its surrounding countryside and conquers the neighboring city of Montebuoni.
- The first records of the Manor of Cramlington in England come into existence.
- Petronila of Aragon, queen regnant of Aragon (d. 1174)
- William of Newburgh, English historian and monk (d. 1198)
- Peter of Blois, French poet and diplomat (d. 1203)
- Joachim of Fiore, Italian mystic and theologian (d. 1201)
- Maimonides, Spanish philosopher, rabbi, and physician (d. 1204)
- Sharafeddin Tusi, Persian mathematician (d. 1213)
- Hafsa Bint al-Hajj al-Rukuniyya, Andalusian poet (approximate date; d. c. 1190)
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