June 18 – King Frederick I ( Barbarossa) is crowned as Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire by Pope Adrian IV at St. Peter's Basilica in Rome. Arnold of Brescia is exiled by Adrian IV and forced to flee. He is arrested by imperial forces; hanged and his body burned at the stake in Rome.
1150s From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Events King Sverker I of Sweden is killed and succeeded by Eric IX of Sweden. Eric IX of Sweden tries to conquer Finland The first fire insurance policy is issued. It is in Iceland. Church of Ireland starts obeying the Pope.
1152 – Great St. Martin Church, Cologne begun. 1153 – Pisa Baptistry in Italy begun by Diotisalvi. 1155 – Basilica of San Michele Maggiore, Pavia, Italy completed. It is one of the best surviving examples of Lombard Romanesque architecture. 1156 – In France: Senlis Cathedral begun. Reconstruction of Château de Chinon begun. Murbach Abbey (1150)
The 1150s BC is a decade which lasted from 1159 BC to 1150 BC. Events and trends 1159 BC —The Hekla 3 eruption triggers an 18-year period of climatic worsening. (estimated date, disputed) 1154 BC —Death of King Menelaus of Sparta (estimated date), thirty years after the traditional date for the Fall of Troy in the Homeric Trojan War.
The category is for articles and events specifically related to the decade of the 1150s which begins in the year 1150 and ends in the year 1159 . Wikimedia Commons has media related to 1150s. Subcategories This category has the following 14 subcategories, out of 14 total. / 1150s disestablishments (1 C) 1150s establishments (1 C, 1 P) 1
The decade of the 1150s in art involved some significant events. Works. 1156: Stavelot Triptych created by Mosan artists; Births. 1151: Unkei – Japanese sculptor (died 1223) 1150: Benedetto Antelami – Italian architect and sculptor of the Romanesque school (died 1230