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1240 in various calendars; Gregorian calendar: 1240 MCCXL: Ab urbe condita: 1993: Armenian calendar: 689 ԹՎ ՈՁԹ: Assyrian calendar: 5990: Balinese saka calendar: 1161–1162
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1242 () adalah tahun biasa yang diawali hari Rabu dalam kalender Julian, tahun ke-1242 dalam sebutan Masehi (CE) dan Anno Domini (AD), tahun ke-242 pada Milenium ke-2, tahun ke-42 pada Abad ke-13, dan tahun ke- 3 pada dekade 1240-an.
Saint Margaret (January 27, 1242 – January 18, 1271), a daughter of Béla IV and Maria Laskarina, was born in Klis Fortress during the Mongol invasion of Hungary-Croatia in 1242. Invasion of German lands. On 9 April 1241, Mongol detachments entered Meissen and Lusatia following a decisive Mongol victory at the Battle of Liegnitz in Poland.
- Numerous European political entities destroyed, subjugated, or raided and forced to pay tribute. Devastation of the populations, cultures, and political structures in most of Eastern Europe and the Caucasus and in much of Central Europe. Eventual Mongol withdrawal from Central Europe (1242).
- Volga Bulgaria, Cumania, Alania, and the Kievan Rus' principalities conquered and become vassals of the Mongol Empire. The Kingdom of Georgia subjugated. Parts of the Kingdom of Hungary temporarily controlled by Mongol Empire. Eastern and Central Europe and the North Caucasus repeatedly subject to raids and invasions.
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