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== Events ==
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=== January&ndash;December ===
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* [[January 9]] &ndash; [[Giovanni II Valente]] becomes [[Doge of Genoa]].
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* [[May 23]] &ndash; A number of supporters of [[William I, Duke of Bavaria|William V, Count of Holland]], in his power struggle with his mother [[Margaret II, Countess of Hainault|Margaret I, Countess of Holland]], found the [[Hook and Cod wars|Cod League]].
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* [[August 29]] &ndash; [[Battle of Les Espagnols sur Mer]] off [[Winchelsea]]: An [[Kingdom of England|English]] fleet personally commanded by King [[Edward III of England|Edward III]] defeats a Castilian fleet.
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* [[September 5]] &ndash; Conservative noblemen in the [[County of Holland]] found the [[Hook and Cod wars|Hook League]].
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* [[September]] (unknown date) The first [[Infectious disease|pestilence]] dies out.{{Clarify|reason=|date=April 2019}}
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* [[November 17]] &ndash; To pay for the expenses of the revived [[Venetian–Genoese Wars#War of 1350.E2.80.931355|war]] with the [[Republic of Venice]], the [[Republic of Genoa]] has to subscribe a loan at an interest rate of 10%, from an association of creditors known as the ''Compera imposita per gerra Venetorum''.<ref> Canale, Michele Giuseppe (1864). Nuova Istoria della repubblica di Genova. Epoca quarta (1339-1528): I dogi popolari. Florence: Felice Le Monnier. p. 151.</ref>
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=== Date unknown ===
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* [[Hayam Wuruk]] becomes ruler of the [[Majapahit]] Empire.
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* The [[Black Death]] first appears in [[Kingdom of Scotland|Scotland]] and [[Black Death in Sweden| Sweden]].
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* The [[Ayutthaya Kingdom]] is established by King [[Uthong|Ramathibodi I]].
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* The castle of [[Rapperswil]] is largely destroyed by [[Rudolf Brun]], mayor of the city of Zürich.
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* The national law of ''[[Magnus Erikssons landslag]]'' is introduced in Sweden.
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== Births ==
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* [[January 23]] &ndash; [[Vincent Ferrer]], Valencian missionary and saint (d. [[1419]])
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* [[April 13]] &ndash; [[Margaret III, Countess of Flanders]] (d. [[1405]])
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* [[June 27]] &ndash; [[Manuel II Palaiologos]], [[Byzantine Emperor]] (d. [[1425]])
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* [[October 12]] &ndash; [[Dmitri Donskoi]], Grand Duke of [[Muscovy]] and [[Vladimir, Russia|Vladimir]] (d. [[1389]])
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* [[November 25]] &ndash; [[Katherine Swynford]], mistress of [[John of Gaunt]] (approximate date; d. [[1403]])
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* [[December 27]] &ndash; [[John I of Aragon]] (d. [[1396]])
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* ''date unknown''
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** [[Jehuda Cresques]], Catalan cartographer (d. [[1427]])
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** [[Agnolo Gaddi]], Italian painter (d. [[1396]])
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** [[William Gascoigne]], Chief Justice of England (approximate date; d. [[1419]])
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** [[Thomas Holland, 2nd Earl of Kent]] (d. [[1397]])
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** [[John Montacute, 3rd Earl of Salisbury]] (approximate date; d. [[1400]])
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** [[Madhava of Sangamagrama]], Indian mathematician (d. [[1425]])
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** [[John I Stanley of the Isle of Man]] (approximate date; d. [[1414]])
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** [[Hrvoje Vukčić Hrvatinić]] (d. [[1415]])
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** [[William le Scrope, 1st Earl of Wiltshire]] (d. [[1399]])
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** [[Andrew of Wyntoun]], Scottish historian (d. [[1420]])
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** [[Záviš von Zap]], Czech theologian and composer (d. c. [[1411]])
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== Deaths ==
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* [[January 6]] &ndash; [[Giovanni I di Murta]], second doge of the Republic of Genoa
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* [[March 26]] or [[27 March]] &ndash; [[Alfonso XI of Castile]] (b. [[1311]])
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* [[August 22]] &ndash; [[Philip VI of France]] (b. [[1293]])
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* [[November 19]] &ndash; [[Raoul II of Brienne, Count of Eu]]
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* [[December 26]] &ndash; [[Jean de Marigny]], French bishop
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* ''date unknown'' &ndash; [[Maol Íosa V, Earl of Strathearn]], last Gaelic Mormaer of Strathearn
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* ''probable''
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** [[Juan Ruiz]], Archpriest of Hita (b. c. [[1283]])
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** [[Margaret, Countess of Soissons]]
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** [[Namdev]], Marathi saint and poet (b. [[1270]])
 
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Latest revision as of 22:03, 19 February 2021

1340 < 1341 < 1342 < 1343 < 1344 < 1345 < 1346 <1347 < 1348 < 1349 < 1350 > 1351 > 1352 > 1353 > 1354 > 1355 > 1356 > 1357 > 1358 > 1359 > 1360

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Events

January–December

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Births

Deaths

 

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References

  1. Canale, Michele Giuseppe (1864). Nuova Istoria della repubblica di Genova. Epoca quarta (1339-1528): I dogi popolari. Florence: Felice Le Monnier. p. 151.