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Alleged destruction of Glanzenberg during the Regensberg feud in 1267, illustration from 1715
The Regensberg feud escalated.
1267 in other calendars
Armenian calendar 715/716 (turn of the year July)
Ethiopian calendar 1259/60
Buddhist calendar 1810/11 (southern Buddhism); 1809/10 (alternative calculation according to Buddha's Parinirvana )
Chinese calendar 66th (67th) cycle

Year of the Fire Rabbit 丁卯 ( at the beginning of the year Fire Tiger 丙寅)

Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam) 629/630 (turn of the year April)
Iranian calendar 645/646
Islamic calendar 665/666 (turn of the year 21/22 September)
Jewish calendar 5027/28 (September 21/22)
Coptic calendar 983/984
Malayalam calendar 442/443
Seleucid era Babylon: 1577/78 (turn of the year April)

Syria: 1578/79 (turn of the year October)

Spanish era 1305
Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar) 1323/24 (turn of the year April)


Politics and world events

Crusades and Crusader States

After his promise to Pope Clement IV , Louis IX. (“The Saint”), King of France , lifted the cross with his sons in Paris on March 24th and set out for the Holy Land . The Seventh Crusade begins. Within the French nobility, however, there was not a particularly high level of enthusiasm for another complex and cost-intensive crusade . For this reason, the bulk of the French crusader army this time comes mainly from the closest personal and courtly circle of the king, while the majority of the feudal nobility refrains from taking the cross. In return, Ludwig IX. His brother Karl von Anjou , who is now king in Sicily , the Catalan King James I and the English Crown Prince Edward Plantagenet promises to personally attend, including his own contingents.

  • November: Hugo II , King of Cyprus and Regent of Jerusalem , dies as a minor and childless. His cousin Hugo, who has already reigned for him, is called Hugo III. new king. The reign in the Kingdom of Jerusalem remains unclear for the time being.

Kingdom of Sicily

Two riders on the Falkenjad from the Codex Manesse : The caption reads: "Kunig Cunrat the boy", which is why the rider with the crown is identified as Konradin today

Konradin , the last legitimate male heir from the Hohenstaufen dynasty after the death of his uncle Manfred , moved to Italy in late summer, accompanied by Frederick I of Baden, to assert his claims to the Hohenstaufen inheritance in Sicily against Charles I of Anjou . He receives the support of his uncle Duke Ludwig II of Bavaria and his stepfather Meinhard II of Carinthia and Tyrol. Pope Clement IV , however, who feels threatened by the Hohenstaufen, bans him from the church on November 18 . Due to financial problems, the army wintered as guests of the city master Mastino I della Scala in Verona .

Holy Roman Empire

The Archbishop of Cologne Engelbert II. Von Falkenburg , who lost control of Cologne in the course of a dispute with the patricians of the city , gets into a feud with the county of Jülich over newly levied tariffs in Neuss . After initial successes, he suffered a heavy defeat against Count von Jülich Wilhelm IV and his allies in the Battle of Zülpich on October 18, despite his numerical superiority . Engelberg and some of his allies are captured. Most of the prisoners such as Count Dietrich VII von Kleve and Paderborn Bishop Simon I von Lippe will soon be released for a ransom. Engelbert, on the other hand, was held in Nideggen Castle for several years .

Coat of arms of the barons of "Regensperg" in the Zurich coat of arms

The Regensberg feud , a war between Rudolf von Habsburg and the Habsburg allied city of Zurich against the Barons of Regensberg , escalated: The castles of Uznaberg , Uetliburg and Glanzenberg are said to be destroyed. However, violent destruction cannot be proven in any of the cases. This guerrilla war is probably not shaped by major battles, but by skirmishes and lists of wars, with in particular accompanying political maneuvers by Count Rudolf von Habsburg in areas ruled by Regensberg and among noble families allied with the Regensbergers.

England / Wales

Llywelyn ap Gruffydd as Prince of Wales
Wales under the Treaty of Montgomery

Eastern Europe

  • Vaišelga resigns after three years of reign in favor of Svarnas , the ruler of the Rus , as Grand Duke of Lithuania and goes back to the monastery.


City rights and first documentary mentions

science and technology

  • Roger Bacon sends Pope Clement IV. (Upon his request) three headings: the Opus maius, the Opus minus (a summary of the former) and the tertium Opus. In Opus maius he discusses alchemical, astrological, astronomical, mathematical and optical as well as other topics, whereby he also does important preliminary work for the development of glasses . In opus minus he reminds us a. because 40 years earlier ( 1227 ) the Paris Bible was created through collaboration between Parisian theologians and booksellers .
  • The Maria-Magdalenen-Gymnasium in Breslau is founded as a Latin school .

Culture and society


Benthen village church


Date of birth saved

Exact date of birth unknown

  • August: Heinrich I , Duke of Braunschweig-Lüneburg, Prince of Braunschweig-Grubenhagen († 1322 )

Born around 1267

Casa di Giotto in Vespignano


First half of the year

Second half of the year

Exact date of death unknown

The tomb of Álvaro von Urgell

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