Calendar overview 1288
|Battle of Worringen ends the Limburg succession dispute in favor of John I of Brabant .|
|1288 in other calendars|
|Armenian calendar||736/737 (turn of the year July)|
|Buddhist calendar||1831/32 (southern Buddhism); 1830/31 (alternative calculation according to Buddhas Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||66th (67th) cycle|
|Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam)||650/651 (turn of the year April)|
|Islamic calendar||686/687 (turn of the year 5th / 6th February)|
|Jewish calendar||5048/49 (29/30 August)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 1598/99 (turn of the year April)
Syria: 1599/1600 (turn of the year October)
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||1344/45 (turn of the year April)|
Politics and world events
Holy Roman Empire
- February 18 : The siege of Vienna by Duke Albrecht I of Austria after an uprising by the Viennese patricians ends with the surrender of the city , which then forfeits part of its urban privileges and has to demolish part of its circular walls.
- June 5th : The battle of Worringen against Siegfried von Westerburg , Archbishop and Elector of Cologne , ends the six-year-old Limburg succession dispute in favor of Johann I of Brabant . The later Archbishop of Cologne, Heinrich II of Virneburg , is among the winners. Siegfried von Westerburg is taken prisoner by Count Adolf V. von Berg . Following the battle, the siege and partial destruction of Volmarstein Castle by Count Eberhard I. von der Mark takes place . The outcome of the battle changed the power structure in the entire north-west of Central Europe.
- June 18 : Siegfried von Westerburg recognizes the sovereignty of Cologne .
Other events in Europe
- October 28 : After the failure of the Aragonese crusade of his cousin King Philip III. of France and the subsequent peace initiative of Philip the Fair , Charles of Anjou renounced the crown of the Kingdom of Naples in the Treaty of Canfranc . He is released from Catalan imprisonment through the mediation of King Edward I of England on condition that he pay 30,000 marks and return to captivity if the conditions - Aragon's reconciliation with France and the Pope - are not met within three years. He leaves three of his sons and sixty Provencal nobles as hostages. He also has to his cousin Charles of Valois to bring up 20,000 pounds of silver to the Crown of Aragón to dispense.
- Lucia , sister and heiress of the deceased in the previous year Bohemund IV. , Comes after Tripoli to the government in the County of Tripoli to take over. She is rejected by the local commune because she is married to a former admiral Charles of Anjou .
City rights and first documentary mentions
- August 5 : Windecken receives first place rule Hanau the city rights .
- August 14th : History of the city of Düsseldorf : Count Adolf V. von Berg gives the village at the confluence of the Düssel in the Rhine , today's Düsseldorf , city rights .
- History of Elsterwerda : Elsterwerda Castle is first mentioned in a document.
- First documented mention of Balg , Brainkofen , Himmelried , Ilshofen , Mollis , Oberfrick , Oberndorf , Prohlis , Rickenbach , Vilpian and Zuzgen
- June 16 : The Swedish mining company Stora Kopparbergs bergslag in Falun is first mentioned in a document. The oldest public company still in existence today, Stora Enso, developed from this .
- The St. Nikolai Brotherhood was founded in Vienna , a first guild of minstrels with musical training and social welfare.
- February 22nd : Girolamo Masci is elected Pope as the first Franciscan after almost a year of vacancy and takes the name Nicholas IV . The long period until the election after the death of Honorius IV was due not only to the disagreement of the college of cardinals , but rather to the rampant malaria in Rome , which killed some of the cardinals and forced a temporary interruption of the conclave .
- Heinrich V von Weilnau succeeds Markward II von Bickenbach as prince abbot of the Fulda monastery .
- The Augustinian Hermit Monastery in Herford is founded.
- Christina von Stommeln suffers a serious illness, after which no more “mystical” experiences are reported.
- Germany: Around August 15, there are severe storms in the North Sea . Another follows in mid-September, causing many ships to sink.
Date of birth saved
- April 5 : Go-Fushimi , Emperor of Japan († 1336 )
- August: Adolf II of the Mark , Bishop of Liège († 1344 )
- November 26 : Go-Daigo , Emperor of Japan († 1339 )
Exact date of birth unknown
- Ivan I. Danilowitsch , Grand Duke of Vladimir and Moscow († 1341 )
- Johannes von Dambach , German Dominican and author of theological writings, witness in the trial against Meister Eckhart († 1372 )
- Charles I , King of Hungary, Croatia, Dalmatia and Rama († 1342 )
- Levi ben Gershon , Jewish mathematician, philosopher, astronomer and Talmud scholar in southern France († 1344 )
- Mahmoud Schabestari , Iranian mystic and poet († 1340 )
Born around 1288
- Bernhard II , Lord of Fürstenstein and Jauer and Duke of Schweidnitz-Jauer († 1326 )
- Marco Cornaro , Doge of Venice († 1368 )
- Erich II , Duke of Schleswig or Sønderjylland († 1325 )
- Thomas Komnenos Dukas Angelos , Despot of Epiros († 1318 )
- Manvydas , Lithuanian nobleman († 1348 )
- Nicholas II , Duke of Troppau, Duke of Ratibor and Chamberlain of the Kingdom of Bohemia († 1365 )
- Wilhelm von Ockham , English Franciscan, philosopher, theologian and writer († 1349 or 1350 )
First half of the year
- February 15 : Henry III. , Margrave of Meißen, Margrave of Lusatia, Landgrave of Thuringia and Palatine of Saxony from the House of Wettin (* around 1215 )
- February 22nd : Adelheid von Katzenelnbogen , German nobleman
- 17 / March 18 : Henry of Isny , Bishop of Basel, Archbishop of Mainz and Archchancellor of the Empire under Rudolf von Habsburg (* 1222 )
- June 5th : Henry VI. , Count of Luxembourg and Arlon (* 1240 )
- June 5 : Walram I , lord of Ligny, Roussy and Laroche
- June 26th : Siegfried IV. Von Algertshausen , Bishop of Augsburg
Second half of the year
- July 5 : Otto II von Warburg , Abbot of Werden and Helmstedt
- August 2 : Alix of Brittany , French noblewoman and crusader (* 1243 )
- August 24th : Bruno von Kirchberg , Bishop of Brixen
- August 31 / September 1 : William Middleton , Bishop of Norwich
- September 7th : Agnes von Dampierre , mistress of Bourbon and countess of Artois (* around 1237 )
- September 29 : Mathilde von Brabant , Countess of Artois and Saint-Pol (* 1224 )
- November 5 : Jean I. d'Harcourt , French crusader, Vice Count of Saint-Sauveur-le-Vicomte, Lord of Harcourt and Elbeuf (* around 1198 )
- November 19 : Rudolf I of Baden , Margrave of Baden (* around 1230 )
- December 17 : Ibn al-Nafis , Muslim polymath and physician from Syria (* 1210 / 13 )
Exact date of death unknown
- Beatrix von Brabant , Landgrave of Thuringia and Roman-German Queen (* 1225 )
- Heinrich II. Von Sonneberg , founder of the Sonnefeld monastery
- Leszek II , Duke of Sieradz, Duke of Łęczyca, Duke of Kujawia in Inowrocław, Duke of Lesser Poland in Sandomierz and Krakow and thereby Senior Duke of Poland (* 1241 )
- Mechthild von Holstein , Queen of Denmark (* around 1225 )
- Rikitsa Birgersdatter , Norwegian Queen and later Princess von Werle and Güstrow
Died around 1288
- April 24, 1288 or 1299 : Gertrud von Babenberg , Duchess of Mödling, titular Duchess of Austria and Styria, Margravine of Moravia and Baden (* 1226 )
- Rudolf von Stralow , owner of the Berlin suburb of Stralau