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1210
Monument to Hermann von Salza in the Marienburg order castle Grand Master's coat of arms of Hermann Hermann von Salza becomes Grand Master of the Teutonic Order .
1210 in other calendars
Armenian calendar 658/659 (turn of the year July)
Ethiopian calendar 1202/03
Buddhist calendar 1753/54 (southern Buddhism); 1752/53 (alternative calculation according to Buddhas Parinirvana )
Chinese calendar 65th (66th) cycle

Year of the Metal Horse庚午 ( at the beginning of the year Earth-Snake 己巳)

Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam) 572/573 (turn of the year April)
Iranian calendar 588/589
Islamic calendar 606/607 (turn of the year June 24th / 25th)
Jewish calendar 4970/71 (September 19-20)
Coptic calendar 926/927
Malayalam calendar 385/386
Seleucid era Babylon: 1520/21 (turn of the year April)

Syria: 1521/22 (turn of the year October)

Spanish era 1248
Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar) 1266/67 (turn of the year April)

Events

Politics and world events

France

  • Simon de Montfort continues the Albigensian Crusade in southern France. During the spring he subdues most of the places that have resisted over the winter. In Minerve he burns 400 Cathars who refuse to convert. In Bram he had 100 citizens' eyes gouged out and sent them to the resistance nest of the knight Pierre Roger de Cabaret . Through his brutal approach, he also incites those Occitan nobles who have remained loyal to the crusade against the crusade. Count Raimund VI. of Toulouse terminates his collaboration and is instead of Pope Innocent III. again excommunicated. Many of the cities already conquered rebel again in winter.

Holy Roman Empire / Italy

  • February: King Frederick II of Sicily dismisses his Chancellor Walter von Pagliara .
  • After his coronation, Emperor Otto IV goes on a course of confrontation with Pope Innocent III. : In February he enfeoffs Diepold von Schweinspeunt with the Duchy of Spoleto , over which the Pope is actually entitled to feudal lordship. When Apulian barons ask him for support against the Hohenstaufen Friedrich II , he decides to launch a campaign against the Kingdom of Sicily in order to reunite the two empires under one rule.
  • November 18 : Pope Innocent III. excommunicated the emperor who was already anathema . Nevertheless, the Welf moves further south and winters in Capua .
  • The Brandenburg tithe dispute between the Margraves of Brandenburg and the Bishops of Brandenburg begins. Since their reconquest of Brandenburg in 1157, the margraves consider the bishops of Brandenburg to be beneficiaries of the restored diocese without their own contribution. Since then they have therefore more or less unspokenly claimed the prerogative and thus also essential parts of the church tithe as payment for the services they rendered to Christianize the country. The church sees itself cheated of the church tithe to which it is entitled.

Scandinavia

Order of knights

Grand Master's coat of arms of Guillaumes de Chartres

Crusader States

The coronation of John of Brienne and Mary of Montferrat as King and Queen of Jerusalem, miniature from the 13th century.

Asia

First documentary mentions

science and technology

Culture

Wolfram von Eschenbach; Author's picture as a knight in the Codex Manesse

religion

Franz and his brothers request confirmation of the rule (illustration by Giotto di Bondone , around 1295)

Historical maps and views

The Iberian Peninsula 1210

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Born around 1210

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