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  1. 1200s (decade) - Wikipedia

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    Agnes of the Palatinate, duchess of Bavaria (House of Guelf) (d. 1267) Danylo Romanovych, ruler of Galicia–Volhynia (d. 1264) Eison, Japanese Buddhist scholar-monk and disciple (d. 1290) Theobald le Botiller (or Butler), Norman nobleman (d. 1230) Thomas of Cantimpré, Flemish priest and preacher (d. 1272) 1202

  2. 1345 - Find link - Edward Betts

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    Agnes of Bavaria, Margravine of Brandenburg (151 words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article Agnes of Bavaria (1276– 1345 ) was a daughter of Duke Louis II of Upper Bavaria (1229–1294) and his third wife, Matilda of Habsburg (1253–1304) -- an ancestor

  3. 1400s (decade) - Wikipedia

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    January–December

    1. Henry IV of England quells the Epiphany Rising and executes the Earls of Kent, Huntingdon and Salisbury, and the Baron le Despencer, for their attempt to have Richard IIrestored as king. 2. February – Henry Percy (Hotspur) leads English incursions into Scotland. 3. February 14 – The deposed Richard II of England dies by means unknown in Pontefract Castle. It is likely that King Henry IVordered his death by starvation, to prevent further uprisings. 4. March 23 – Five-year-old Trần Thiếu Đế...

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    1. Timur defeats both the Ottoman Empire and the Mamluk Sultanate of Egypt, to capture the city of Damascus in present-day Syria. Much of the city's inhabitants are subsequently massacred by Timur's troops. 2. Timur conquers the Empire of The Black Sheep Turkomans, in present-day Azerbaijan, and the Jalayirid Dynasty in present-day Iraq. Black Sheep ruler Qara Yusuf and Jalayirid Sultan Ahmad flee, and take refuge with the Ottoman Sultan Bayezid I. 3. In modern-day Korea, King Jeongjong of Jo...

    January–December

    1. January 6 – Rupert, King of Germany, is crowned King of the Romans at Cologne. 2. March 2 – William Sawtrey, a Lollard, is the first person to be burned at the stake at Smithfield, London. 3. March 13 – The Samogitians, supported by Grand Duke Vytautas of Lithuania, rebel against the Teutonic knights and burn two castles. Vytautas is granted increased autonomy by King Jogaila of the Poland–Lithuaniaunion. 4. March 17 – Turko-Mongol emperor Timur sacks Damascus. 5. June 5.1. The English Pal...

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    1. The De heretico comburendo Act is passed in England, as the Archbishop of Canterbury pressures King Henry IV of England into outlawing as heretics the Lollards, followers of John Wycliffe. Evidence of being a Lollard is having a copy of Wycliffe's translation of the Bible. 2. Dilawar Khan establishes the Malwa Sultanate in present-day northern India. 3. Emperor Hồ Quý Ly of Dai Ngu (now Vietnam) passes the throne to his son, Hồ Hán Thương. 4. A civil war, lasting four years, breaks out in...

    January–December

    1. January 29 – King Jogaila of the Poland–Lithuania Union answers the rumblings against his rule of Poland, by marrying Anna of Celje, a granddaughter of Casimir III of Poland. 2. March 26 – David Stewart, Duke of Rothesay, heir to the throne of Scotland, dies while being held captive by his uncle, Robert Stewart, 1st Duke of Albany. 3. May 21 – Following the death of Queen Maria of Sicily, her husband Martin I of Sicily, now sole ruler, marries Blanche of Navarre. 4. June 22 4.1. Battle of...

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    1. The Malacca Sultanateis established at Melaka Darul Azim (modern-day Melaka Darul Azim, Malaysia). 2. After the Christian Knights of Saint John, who are ruling Smyrna, refuse to convert to Islam or pay tribute, Timur has the entire population massacred. The Knights subsequently begin building Bodrum Castle in Bodrum, to defend against future attacks. 3. Conquest of the Canary Islands: King Henry III of Castile sends French explorer Jean de Béthencourt to colonize the Canary Islands. Béthen...

    January–December

    1. January / February – Treaty of Gallipoli: Süleyman Çelebi makes wide-ranging concessions to the Byzantine Empireand other Christian powers' in the southern Balkans. 2. February 7 – King Henry IV of England marries as his second wife Joan of Navarre, the daughter of King Charles II of Navarre and widow of John IV, Duke of Brittany, at Winchester Cathedral. 3. March 12 – As King Martin I of Aragon helps to end the siege by the French of the papal palace in Avignon, Antipope Benedict XIII fle...

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    1. Jan Hus begins preaching Wycliffite ideas in Bohemia. 2. In China, the Yongle Emperor of the Ming Dynasty 2.1. moves the capital from Nanjing to Beijing. 2.2. commissions the Yongle Encyclopedia, one of the world's earliest and largest known general encyclopedias. 2.3. orders his coastal provinces to build a vast fleet of ships, with construction centered at Longjiang near Nanjing; the inland provinces are to provide wood and float it down the Yangtze River. 3. The Temple of a City God is...

    January–December

    1. April or May – Battle of Blackpool Sands: Local English forces defeat an attempted raid from Saint-Malo on the port of Dartmouth, Devon; the French commander, William du Chastel, is killed. 2. June 14 – Rebel leader Owain Glyndŵr, having declared himself Prince of Wales, allies with the French against the English. He later begins holding parliamentaryassemblies. 3. October 17 – Pope Innocent VII succeeds Pope Boniface IX, as the 204th pope. 4. November 19 – St. Elizabeth's flood: A flood o...

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    1. Jean de Béthencourt becomes the first ruler of the Kingdom of the Canary Islands. 2. Stephan Tvrtko II succeeds Stefan Ostoja as King of Bosnia. 3. Peace is declared between Lithuania and the Teutonic Knights, after they agree to exchange land and form an alliance against Muscovy. 4. Wallachia reaches its maximum extent under Mircea cel Bătrân. 5. The University of Turinis founded. 6. Timur is hit by a fever, while preparing to invade China. 7. Centurione II Zaccaria succeeds Maria II Zacc...

    January–December

    1. May 29 – In England, Ralph Neville, 1st Earl of Westmorland, meets Richard le Scrope, Archbishop of York and Earl of Norfolk Thomas Mowbrayin Shipton Moor, tricks them to send their rebellious army home, and then imprisons them. 2. June 8 – Richard le Scrope, Archbishop of York and Thomas Mowbray, Earl of Norfolk, are executed in York on Henry IV's orders. 3. July 11 – Ming Dynasty fleet commander Zheng He sets sail from Suzhou, to explore the worldfor the first time. 4. October 5 – Christ...

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    1. Bath Abbeyis built in England. 2. The first record is written of whiskey being consumed in Ireland, where it is distilled by Catholic monks. 3. Bellifortis, a book on military technology, is published by Konrad Kyeser. 4. Christine de Pizan writes The Book of the City of Ladies.

    January–December

    1. April 4 – James I becomes King of Scotland, after having been captured by Henry IV of England. 2. October 7 – French troops comprising 1,000 men at arms land on Jersey, and fight a battle against 3,000 defenders.:50–1 3. October 13 – Richard Whittington is elected Lord Mayor of London for a second full term. He holds this office simultaneously, with that of Mayor of the Calais Staple. 4. October 26 – Eric of Pomeraniamarries Philippa, daughter of Henry IV of England. 5. November 30 – Pope...

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    1. Construction of the Forbidden City begins in Beijing during the Chinese Ming Dynasty. 2. Pisa is subjugated by Florence.

    January–December

    1. April 10 – After several invitations by the Yongle Emperor of China since 1403, the fifth Karmapa of the Karma Kagyu sect of Tibetan Buddhism, the lama Deshin Shekpa, finally visits the Ming Dynasty capital, then at Nanjing. In his twenty-two-day visit, he thrills the Ming court with alleged miracles that are recorded in a gigantic scroll, translated into five different languages. In a show of mystical prowess, Deshin Shekpa adds legitimacy to a questionable succession to the throne by Yon...

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    1. Rudolfo Belenzani leads a revolt against Bishop Georg von Liechtenstein in Trento, Bishopric of Trent. 2. David Holbache founds Oswestry School, in the Welsh Marches. 3. Mateu Texidor finishes the Puente de la Trinidad bridge in Valencia, Spain.

    January–December

    1. February 19 – Battle of Bramham Moor: A royalist army defeats the last remnants of the Percy Rebellion. 2. September – Henry, Prince of Wales (later Henry V of England) retakes Aberystwyth from Owain Glyndŵr. 3. September 16 – Thorstein Olafssøn marries Sigrid Bjørnsdatter in Hvalsey Church, in the last recorded event of the Norse history of Greenland. 4. December 5 – Emir Edigu of Golden Hordereaches Moscow. 5. December 13 – The Order of the Dragon is founded under King Sigismund of Hungary.

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    1. The Moldavian town of Iaşiis first mentioned. 2. The Yongle Encyclopediais completed. 3. Gotland passes under Danishrule. 4. Zheng He delivers 300 virgins from Korea to the Chineseemperor. 5. Mihail I becomes co-ruler of Wallachia, with his father Mircea cel Bătrân.

    January–December

    1. January 1 – The Welsh surrender Harlech Castle to the English. 2. March 25 – The Council of Pisa opens. On June 5 it deposes Pope Gregory XII and Antipope Benedict XIII, and on June 26 crowns Petros Philargos as Pope Alexander V; he is subsequently regarded as an antipope. 3. July – Martin I of Aragon succeeds his own son, as King of Sicily. 4. August 7 – The Council of Pisacloses. 5. December 2 – The University of Leipzigopens. 6. December 9 – Louis II of Anjou founds the University of Aix.

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    1. Ulugh Beg becomes governor of Samarkand. 2. The Republic of Venice purchases the port of Zadar from Hungary. 3. Grand Master Ulrich von Jungingen of the Teutonic Knights guarantees peace with the Kalmar Union of Scandinavia, by selling the Baltic Sea island of Gotland to Queen Margaret of Denmark, Norway and Sweden. 4. Cheng Ho (or Zheng He), admiral of the Ming empire fleet, deposes the king of Sri Lanka. 5. Mircea cel Bătrân successfully defends Silistraagainst the Ottomans.

  4. County palatine - Find link

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    Agnes of Bavaria, Margravine of Brandenburg (153 words) case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article Child" (1308–1320). Sophia (1300–1356), heiress of Landsberg and the County Palatine of Saxony, married in 1327 to Duke Magnus of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel

  5. List of European monarchs and pretenders : monarchism

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    Frederick III of Sicily) > Elisabeth of Sicily, Duchess of Bavaria (m. Stephen II, Duke of Bavaria) > Frederick, Duke of Bavaria > Elisabeth of Bavaria, Electress of Brandenburg (m. Frederick I, Elector of Brandenburg) > John, Margrave of Brandenburg-Kulmbach > Dorothea of Brandenburg (m.

  6. 1130s - Wikipedia

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    The House of Brandenburg is founded, when Albrecht the Bear is made head of the Nordmark. = Western Europe = Aed mac Domnaill becomes King of Ui Failghe. Much of Chartres, France, is destroyed by fire. Henry of Lausanne is sentenced to imprisonment by Pope Innocent II. The Zeeland archipelago is created by a massive storm in the North Sea.

  7. 1616 - Wikipedia

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    1616 was a leap year starting on Friday of the Gregorian calendar and a leap year starting on Monday of the Julian calendar, the 1616th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 616th year of the 2nd millennium, the 16th year of the 17th century, and the 7th year of the 1610s decade.

  8. Bolko I the Strict - Unionpedia, the concept map

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    Bolko I the Strict also known as the Raw or of Jawor (Bolko I Surowy or Srogi or Jaworski; 1252/56 – 9 November 1301), was a Duke of Lwówek (Löwenberg) during 1278–81 (with his brother as co-ruler) and Jawor (Jauer) since 1278 (with his brother as co-ruler until 1281), sole Duke of Lwówek since 1286, Duke of Świdnica-Ziębice since 1291. 80 relations.

  9. Family F:ancestors&descendants - Family Tree & Family History ...

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    birth: GÜNSBERGER, Julia 08-Jul-1874 F Sándor DEUTSCH Katarina Körmend/265-22 Körmend Vas Viszák Hebrew name Rakhel. LDS 7952152; item 3 265

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    1532 Huntoon Ave., Louisville, Kentucky 40215 Display Google Map of this location (if available) Place References (21) Picture: picture-pic00050.htm; Picture: picture-pic00051.htm

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