These things happened in the year 1267 A.D.:
Englishman Roger Bacon produces the Opus Major, Opus Minor, and Opus Tertium for Pope Clement VI.
Orava Castle in Slovakia first appears in historical records.
Semi-legendary Scottish hero William Wallace is born.
Catholic Angevins conquer the predominantly Greek Orthodox island of Corfu.
Seminal Italian painter Ambrogio Bondone Giotti is born.
Mongol warlord Kublai Khan ascended the Chinese throne, founding the Yuan dynasty.
Moorish rule in Lisbon collapses, and Portugal assumes boundaries similar to those of the modern day. Portugal is Christianized.
The city council of Vienna decrees via the Synod of Vienna that all Jews should wear a cone-shaped cap, called a Pileum Cornutum, in addition to a badge.
The Peace of Montgomery both confirms the status of Llewellyn, the Prince of Wales, and places him subordinate to the King of England.
Rabbi Moses Ben Nachman establishes a Jewish community in prominently Muslim Jerusalem.
1266 - 1267 - 1268