|Adolf von Nassau is elected Roman-German king after making concessions to the electors .|
|1292 in other calendars|
|Armenian calendar||740/741 (turn of the year July)|
|Buddhist calendar||1835/36 (southern Buddhism); 1834/35 (alternative calculation according to Buddhas Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||66th (67th) cycle|
|Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam)||654/655 (turn of the year April)|
|Islamic calendar||691/692 (turn of the year December 11th / 12th)|
|Jewish calendar||5052/53 (September 12/13)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 1602/03 (turn of the year April)
Syria: 1603/04 (New Year October)
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||1348/49 (turn of the year April)|
Politics and world events
Swiss Habsburg Wars
- April: During the Swiss Habsburg Wars , a contingent of the imperial city of Zurich appears at the gates of the Habsburg city of Winterthur and tries to conquer it.
- October: In the battle of St. Georgen at the gates of the city of Winterthur , a Habsburg army defeats the Zurich contingent. As a result of the defeat, Zurich's anti-Habsburg alliance with the imperial city of Lucerne and the immediate imperial countries of Uri and Schwyz collapsed .
Other events in the Holy Roman Empire
- May 5th : Count Adolf von Nassau is elected Roman-German king after extensive concessions to the electors and by him on June 24th due to substantial election promises to the Cologne elector and archbishop Siegfried von Westerburg , of which he will only redeem a fraction crowned in Aachen .
Several nobles in Styria conspire against Duke Albrecht I of Habsburg in the Landsberger Bund . The uprising collapsed within two months, but the conspirators' demands were met by the victorious Albrecht, who wanted to keep his back free for a possible king's election.
Scotland / England
- November 17 : In Scotland is John Balliol as king by the English King Edward I used. Edward selected Balliol as the Scottish Guardians appointed umpire from among the 13 candidates to the Scottish throne who claimed the crown after Queen Margaret's death two years ago. John Balliol's claim is based on the fact that he is a great-great-great-grandson of David I and thus the rightful heir according to the primogeniture. Subsequently, Edward treated Scotland as an English vassal state .
- The Bulgarian Tsar Georgi I Terter loses his support in the nobility and is overthrown in a boyar conspiracy. He flees to Constantinople. With the approval of Nogai , the khan of the Golden Horde , Smilez is elected as the new tsar.
- The Mamluks -Sultan Khalil picks the one with the Mongolian Ilchanen allied against him Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia , where he conquered the Armenian Patriarch after one month of siege, the castle, and thrusts deep into Cilicia front. Before he threatens the small Armenian capital Sis with a second campaign after the conquest of Hromgla , the Armenian king Hethum II buys peace by ceding the cities of Behesni , Marasch and Tel Hamdoun to him .
First documentary mentions
- First documentary mention of Busenbach , Lommiswil , Onex , Reichenbach (Waldbronn) , Wegefarth and Allerbüttel
- Marco Polo leaves China and returns to Venice via the Sunda Islands, India and Asia Minor .
- Successful fight of the guilds against the patricians in Ulm
- Kaltenberg Castle is built.
- April 4 : The death of Pope Nicholas IV was followed by a two-year vacancy , caused by an epidemic in Rome and irreconcilable party disputes in the election of the Pope . In the electoral body, which was moved to Perugia and initially had twelve members, the Roman noble families of Colonna and Orsini, who were antagonistic representatives of Ghibellinism and Guelfinism , face each other.
- April 13 : The Dominican Jacobus de Voragine is ordained Archbishop of Genoa in Rome .
- Pentecost: At the General Chapter of the Dominicans in Rome, Stephan von Besançon is elected 8th Master of the Order .
- The Marienkirche in Berlin is mentioned for the first time; it is the second oldest church in the city after the Nikolaikirche .
- Bernhard Gui teaches theology in Albi .
- Aegidius Romanus becomes Prior General of the Augustinian Hermits .
nature and environment
- Germany: mild winter
Date of birth saved
- January 20 : Elisabeth , last member of the Bohemian ruling family of the Přemyslids († 1330 )
- January 29 : Ibn Qaiyim al-Jschauzīya , Hanbali scholar († 1350 )
- June 24th : Otto , Duke of Braunschweig-Lüneburg and Göttingen († 1344 )
- August 1 : John Marshal, 2nd Baron Marshal , English nobleman and hereditary Marshal of Ireland († 1316 )
Exact date of birth unknown
- October: Eleanor de Clare , English nobleman († 1337 )
- October: Margaret de Clare , English nobleman († 1342 )
- Henry Burghersh , English Lord Chancellor and Archbishop of Canterbury († 1340 )
- Dölpopa Sherab Gyeltshen , person of Tibetan Buddhism († 1361 )
- Heinrich IV. , Duke of Glogau († 1342 )
- Elisenda de Montcada , Queen of Aragon († 1364 )
- Stjepan II. Kotromanić , Ban of Bosnia († 1353 )
- Richard von Wallingford , English mathematician, astronomer and abbot († 1336 )
- Takeda Nobutake , Japanese politician († 1359 )
Born around 1292
- Thomas Charlton , Lord Chancellor and Bishop of Hereford († 1344 )
- Johann Očko von Wlašim , Bishop of Olomouc and Archbishop of Prague († 1380 )
Date of death secured
- January 8th : Berta von Arnsberg , Abbess of Essen Abbey
- January 10 : Konrad von Himberg , Bishop of Chiemsee
- April 4 : Nicholas IV , Pope (* 1227 )
- April 16 : Thibaud Gaudin , Grand Master of the Templars
- May 2 : Konrad II , Duke of Teck (* around 1235 )
- June 2 : Rhys ap Maredudd , Prince of Deheubarth (* around 1250 )
- June 12th : John II of Brienne , Count of Eu
- July 24th : Kinga , Polish Duchess (* 1224 )
- September 20 or 21 : Johann von Brandenburg , Bishop of Havelberg (* around 1263 )
- September 30th : Wilhelm I , Duke of Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel (* 1270 )
- October 14th : John of Flanders , Bishop of Metz and Bishop of Liège
- October 25 : Robert Burnell , Lord Chancellor of England and Bishop of Bath and Wells
- December 8 : John Peckham , English theologian (* around 1220 / 25 )
- December 14th : Edmund von Werth , priest of the Teutonic Order and Bishop of the Diocese of Courland (* around 1232 )
Exact date of death unknown
- Gertrud von Hackeborn , German Cistercian and abbess of the Helfta monastery (* 1232 )
- Johanna von Châtillon , countess of the counties Blois, Chartres, Dunois and mistress of Guise (* 1258 )
- Marjorie, Countess of Carrick , mother of the Scottish King Robert I (* 1256 )
- Hugh de Plessis , English nobleman (* between 1234 and 1242)
- Vakhtang II , King of Georgia