|Covid-19|January – The German bishops who have been invested by Henry IV, Holy Roman Emperor withdraw their allegiance from Pope Gregory VII.
February 14 – Pope Gregory VII excommunicates Henry IV, Holy Roman Emperor.
October 8 – Demetrius Zvonimir is crowned as King of Croatia in Solin (near Split) by a representative of Pope Gregory VII.
November 1 – In England a frost begins that lasts until April 1077.
December 25 – Polish King Bolesław II the Bold (Polish: Bolesław Śmiały) is crowned in Gniezno.
Anselm of Canterbury completes Monologion.
The Almoravids capture the Ghanaian capital of Kumbi.
Count Dirk V reconquers most of West Frisia (historical) from the bishop of Utrecht.
The Trial of Penenden Heath is thought to have been held, with an important ruling regarding land rights subsequent to the Norman Conquest of England.
Dmitar Zvonimir of Croatia donated the town of Vrana and Benedictine monastery of St. Gregory, as a sign of loyalty to Pope Gregory VII.
Vikramaditya VI deposes his older brother Someshvara II, and becomes king of the Western Chalukya.
Lý dynasty Vietnamese troops hold invading Song Dynasty Chinese forces at the Battle of Như Nguyệt River and a truce is concluded.
June 1 – Prince Mstislav of Kiev (d. 1132)
March 21 – Robert I, Duke of Burgundy (b. 1011)
May 31 – Waltheof, Earl of Northumbria (b. 1045)
December 27 – Prince Sviatoslav II of Kiev (b. 1027)
Year 1076 (MLXXVI) was a leap year starting on Friday (link will display the full calendar) of the Julian calendar.
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