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The 1150s was a decade of the Julian Calendar which began on January 1, 1150, and ended on December 31, 1159.

Events

1150

By place

Europe
Middle East
Asia

1151

1152

By place

Africa
Asia
Mesoamerica
Europe

1153

By area

Africa
  • With the support of Muslim troops, the Normans suppress a rebellion on the Sicilian-controlled island of Djerba,[19] and invade the island of Kerkenna.
Asia
Middle East
Europe

By topic

Demography
Religion

1154

By place

Africa
Asia
Europe

By topic

Arts and culture

January 15Muhammad al-Idrisi completes his atlas of the world, the Tabula Rogeriana, which will remain one of the most accurate maps until the Age of Discovery.[28]

1155

By area

Asia
Europe

By topic

Religion

1156

By area

Africa
  • Sfax revolts against the Norman occupiers, and massacres the Christians found in the city.[30]
Asia
Europe

By topic

Religion

1157

1158

By place

Asia
Europe

By topic

Economy
Education
Religion

1159

Significant people

Births

Deaths

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