Calendar overview 1310
|Johann von Luxemburg marries Elisabeth of Bohemia .|
|1310 in other calendars|
|Armenian calendar||758/759 (turn of the year July)|
|Aztec calendar||12th house - Matlactli omome Calli (until the end of January / beginning of February 11th Feuerstein - Matlactli ozce Tecpatl )|
|Buddhist calendar||1853/54 (southern Buddhism); 1852/53 (alternative calculation according to Buddhas Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||66th (67th) cycle|
|Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam)||672/673 (turn of the year April)|
|Islamic calendar||709/710 (turn of the year 30/31 May)|
|Jewish calendar||5070/71 (August 26-27)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 1620/21 (turn of the year April)
Syria: 1621/22 (turn of the year October)
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||1366/67|
Politics and world events
Holy Roman Empire / France
- End of June: In the Treaty of Paris , King Philip IV of France and the Roman-German King Henry VII come to an agreement similar to that of a castle peace. Disputed questions should be decided by an arbitration tribunal.
- July 22nd : After a three-month siege, French troops conquer the city of Lyon, which was previously part of the Holy Roman Empire . The Treaty of Paris is thus invalid. Diplomatic contacts are temporarily broken off.
- August 30th : Henry VII deposed Henry of Carinthia as King of Bohemia . He wed his son John with the daughter of the former Bohemian King Wenceslaus II , after he had enfeoffed John with the Kingdom of Bohemia. As a result, Bohemia and Luxembourg are united as the home power of the Luxembourgers .
- October: Henry VII attempts a renovatio imperii and moves to Italy . At the end of October he crossed Mont Cenis while his son Johann stayed behind as imperial vicar . The dignity of the emperor in imperial Italy is characterized by ongoing power struggles between the Ghibellines , who were loyal to the emperor, and the Guelphs who were loyal to the Pope and hostile to the emperor . Heinrich initially tried to find a balance between the factions.
- After his arrival in Italy, Heinrich stayed in the Turin area , where a first embassy from the Lombard cities paid homage to him. In an effort to balance interests, the king repeatedly intervened in the internal affairs of the communes and had their recognition of the imperial suzerainty confirmed in documents. In fact, it takes over direct governance over the municipality and acts as an arbitrator. The king also tries to establish an administration in northern Italy by appointing royal vicars . His brother-in-law Amadeus V of Savoy , who played an essential role in this, was appointed governor-general. As a result of Heinrich's measures, a conflict finally arises between the king and the self-confident communes.
- End of December: When Heinrich arrives before Milan and enters the city as part of the usual festive rulers' entry (adventus regis), he first encounters resistance from imperial forces under the leadership of the city lord Guido della Torre . Nevertheless, for the time being, there is a superficial reconciliation between Guido and his imperial-friendly adversary Matteo I. Visconti .
- Councilor Gerhard von Köln takes over the first watch on the newly built tower on the part of the island of Neuwerk that has belonged to Hamburg since 1286 .
Republic of Venice
- June 14th : Under the leadership of Baiamonte Tiepolo and the Badoer family , an uprising against the Doge Pietro Gradenigo begins in Venice . Tiepolo, descendant of two former Doges, wants to transform the Maritime Republic into a hereditary monarchy . However, since the Doge is warned early enough, the uprising can be put down the next day.
- July 10th : As a result of the uprising, the Council of Ten is introduced as a judicial body for a limited period in the Republic of Venice . In the following years the body developed into one of the most important constitutional organs of the republic.
- around 1310: Al-Hasan ibn Sulaiman Abu'l-Mawahib becomes sultan of Kilwa Kisiwani on the east coast of Africa .
First documentary mentions
- Häslach and La Chaux-du-Milieu are first mentioned in a document
- First documentary mention of the Nikolaimarkt in Munich
- Charles of Anjou founds the Archdiocese of Corfu, Zakynthos and Kefalonia based in Corfu . It includes the islands of Corfu, Kefalonia and Zakynthos and the Epirus region .
- Jacques Arnaud Duèze, who later became Pope John XXII. , becomes Bishop of Avignon .
Date of birth saved
- April 30th : Casimir III. the Great , King of Poland († 1370 )
- September 12 : Niccolò Acciaiuoli , Italian politician († 1365 )
- November 30th : Frederick the Serious , Margrave of Meissen and Landgrave of Thuringia († 1349 )
Exact date of birth unknown
- Barawa Gyeltshen Pelsang , person of Tibetan Buddhism († 1391 )
- Gilbert de Umfraville , English nobleman with a Scottish title († 1381 )
- Leonor de Guzman , Castilian nobleman († 1351 )
- Joan of Evreux , Queen of France († 1371 )
- Künga Gyeltshen Pel Sangpo , person of Tibetan Buddhism († 1358 )
- Laura de Noves , French nobleman († 1348 )
- Janusz Suchywilk , Chancellor of the Kingdom of Poland and Archbishop of Gniezno († 1382 )
- Urban V , Pope († 1370 )
- Tidemann Warendorp , Mayor of Lübeck († 1366 )
Born around 1310
- Andronikos III. Comnenus , Emperor and Grand Comnene of Trebizond († 1332 )
- Beatrice of Savoy , Queen of Bohemia († 1331 )
- Henry of Grosmont , member of the English royal family and diplomat in the Hundred Years War († 1361 )
- Hugh Hastings , English knight († 1347 )
- Peter Lacy , English clergyman and keeper of the lord seal († 1375 )
- Matilda of Lancaster , English noblewoman († 1377 )
- Jovan Oliver , Serbian nobleman († 1358 )
Date of death secured
- January 4th : Oringa Menabuoi , Italian founder of the order and blessed of the Catholic Church (* 1237 )
- February 11 : Marguerita d'Oingt , mystic from the south of France and Latin and Franco-Provençal author
- February 17th : Alexis Falconieri , Italian saint, founder of the order (* around 1200 )
- April 8th : Johann I. von Bilstein , German nobleman
- May 5 : Siegfried II of Querfurt , Bishop of Hildesheim (* before 1279)
- May 22nd : Humilitas von Vallombrosa , Italian nun and founder of the Vallombrosan Sisters (* around 1226)
- May 25 : Otto III. , Count of Görz and Tirol and Duke of Carinthia and Carniola (* around 1265 )
- June 1st : Marguerite Porete , French-speaking theological writer and Beguine (* around 1250 / 1260 )
- June 5 : Amalrich , titular prince of Tire, constable of Jerusalem, as well as constable and regent of Cyprus (* around 1272 )
- July 4th : Heinrich I. von Rosenberg , Chamberlain of the Kingdom of Bohemia
- September 9th : Heinrich , Lord of Besmedin in the county of Tripoli
- September 17th : Bernhard III. , Count of Wölpe and Archbishop of Magdeburg and Bremen (* around 1230 / 1240 )
- September 18 : Isarnus von Fontiano , Archbishop of Riga, Archbishop of Lund and Archbishop of Salerno
- October 1 : Beatrix of Burgundy , Lady of (Dame) Bourbon and Countess of Charolais (* 1257 / 1258 )
- October 29 : Otto , Count of Kleve (* around 1278 )
- December 10th : Stephan I , Duke of Lower Bavaria (* 1271 )
- December 20th : Pedro Rodríguez , Bishop of Burgos
Exact date of death unknown
- Abū l-Barakāt an-Nasafī , Hanafi legal scholar and theologian (* around 1240 )
- Solomon ben Abraham Adret , Catalan rabbi and Jewish scholar (* 1235 )
- Athanasios I , Patriarch of Constantinople and saint of the Greek Orthodox Church (* 1230 )
- Baibars II , Sultan of the Mamluks in Egypt
- Burchard von Schwanden , Grand Master of the Teutonic Order (* around 1245 )
- John de Clinton , English nobleman (* around 1258 )
- Enguerrand IV. De Coucy , Lord of Coucy, Marle and La Fère
- Raymund Gaufredi , Minister General of the Franciscans
- William de Leyburn , English nobleman and military man
- Georgios Pachymeres , Byzantine scholar, poet and writer (* 1242 )
- Shams ad-Din Muhammad , Imam of the Nizarites