Calendar overview 1313
|Roman-German Emperor Heinrich VII dies in Buonconvento .|
|1313 in other calendars|
|Armenian calendar||761/762 (turn of the year July)|
|Aztec calendar||2. Feuerstein - Ome Tecpatl (until the end of January / beginning of February 1st tubes - Ce Acatl )|
|Buddhist calendar||1856/57 (southern Buddhism); 1855/56 (alternative calculation according to Buddhas Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||66th (67th) cycle|
|Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam)||675/676 (turn of the year April)|
|Islamic calendar||712/713 (turn of the year April 27/28)|
|Jewish calendar||5073/74 (September 21-22)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 1623/24 (turn of the year April)
Syria: 1624/25 (turn of the year October)
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||1369/70|
Politics and world events
Holy Roman Empire
- April 26 : Emperor Henry VII condemns his opponent Robert of Anjou to death in absentia in Pisa , where he has withdrawn due to illness on his journey to Italy , on the basis of the laws he passed on majesty crimes .
- August 24th : The Roman-German Emperor Henry VII dies in Buonconvento . His son John , King of Bohemia and Margrave of Moravia , succeeds him as Count of Luxembourg . Johann also strives for the German royal dignity. His opponent is Ludwig the Bavarian . There will be double elections next year .
- November 9th : The Bavarian Duke Ludwig from the House of Wittelsbach defeats the Habsburg Frederick the Fair in the Battle of Gammelsdorf . The victory withdrew the wealthy Lower Bavaria from the Habsburg ambitions and consolidated Ludwig's rule in Bavaria . At the same time, the battle is the prelude to a series of disputes about the supremacy between the House of Wittelsbach and the House of Habsburg in the Holy Roman Empire and as one of the last great knight battles in which no firearms are used.
Other events in Europe
- May 31 : Louis of Burgundy married Matilda of Hainaut , Princess of Achaia , and after waiving his rights to the possessions of the House of Burgundy in favor of his brother Victor Hugo titular king of Thessaloniki .
- After Prince Eiji's death , his son Tamagusuku takes over the post of Supreme Prince of Okinawa . Tamagusuku does not manage to get all the princes to regard him as a legitimate ruler, so that rebellions against him occur almost immediately. This leads to the founding of the Chūzan state in the following year .
First documentary mentions
- February 28 : Bissenberg is first mentioned in a document.
- May 25th : Świętochłowice is first mentioned in a document.
science and technology
- Today's quay des Grands Augustins and Quai de Conti will be the first fortifications of the Seine in Paris .
- The papal bull Licet pridem of January 13th is a supplement to the papal bulls issued by Pope Clement V , which regulate the repeal and property regulation of the Templar Order . In it Clemens V goes back to the origin of the prohibition of the Templar order. He also explains that the property regulations were established with the aforementioned bulls and which kingdoms are exempt from these regulations ( Castile , Aragon , Portugal and Mallorca ).
- March 19 : Nikolaus von Ybbs is elected Bishop of Regensburg . He succeeds Konrad von Luppurg , who died on January 26, in this office.
- April 4 : Adolf von der Mark is appointed Prince-Bishop of Liège by Pope Clement V at the instigation of the French King Philip the Fair . Since the imperial throne is vacant from summer, the Pope grants investiture for the bishopric at the same time . In order to be able to take up the high office, Adolf was ordained a deacon on April 14th by Wilhelm Madagot, the Cardinal Bishop of Palestrina , and then a priest on June 9th . He received the episcopal ordination a day later by Béranger Frédol the Elder , Cardinal Bishop of Frascati .
- After the death of Bernhard von Prambach on July 27th, there was a double election in the Diocese of Passau and a subsequent vacancy until 1317 .
- The Serbian King Stefan Uroš II. Milutin starts the construction of the Banjska monastery in the area of the Zvečan municipality in Kosovo on the Banjska river .
- Construction of the Wiesenkirche begins in Soest .
Date of birth saved
- April 17th : Constantine V , King of Armenia († 1362 )
- June 16 : Giovanni Boccaccio , Italian writer († 1375 )
- July 6th : Donato Velluti , Florentine politician and chronicler († 1370 )
- August 1 : Kōgon , Japanese pretender to the throne († 1364 )
Exact date of birth unknown
- Bartolus de Saxoferrato , Italian law teacher († 1357 )
- Enguerrand VI. de Coucy , Lord of Coucy, Marle, La Fère, Oisy and Montmirail († 1346)
- Mary of Portugal , Queen of Castile († 1357 )
- Mathilde of Bavaria , Margravine of Meißen († 1346 )
- Cola di Rienzo , Roman politician and tribune († 1354 )
Born around 1313
- Elizabeth de Badlesmere , English nobleman († 1356)
- Isabel le Despenser , English nobleman († 1375 )
- 1313/ 1314 : Thomas de Beauchamp , English nobleman and military commander during the Hundred Years War († 1369 )
Date of death secured
- January 26th : Konrad von Luppurg , Elekt von Gurk and Bishop of Regensburg
- April 11th : Guillaume de Nogaret , French courtier and advisor to Philip the Fair (* around 1260 )
- April 24th : Konrad II , Count von Rietberg
- May 2nd : Ludwig , Count of Arnsberg
- May 11 : Robert Winchelsey , English clergyman (* around 1240 )
- May 14 : Bolko I , Duke of Opole (* around 1255 )
- May 25 : Konrad I. von Berg , Bishop of Münster
- July 7 : Bjarne Erlingsson , advisor to the King of Norway
- July 24th : Ralph Baldock , English clergyman
- July 27 : Bernhard von Prambach , Bishop of Passau (* around 1220 )
- September 3 : Anna Přemyslovna , Queen of Bohemia (* 1290 )
- September 13 : Notburga von Rattenberg , Tyrolean folk saint (* around 1265 )
- October 28 : Elisabeth of Carinthia, Gorizia and Tyrol , Duchess of Austria and Styria and elected Roman-German Queen (* 1262 )
- December 14th : Andreas von Gundelfingen , Bishop of Würzburg
Exact date of death unknown
- before February 28 : John Hastings, 1st Baron Hastings , English nobleman and military man (* 1262 )
- between January 28 and March 25: Maol Íosa, 6th Earl of Strathearn , Scottish nobleman
- to Dec. 13 : John Parricida , Duke of Austria and Styria (* 1290 )
- Guido de Baysio , canonist, archdeacon of Bologna and functionary of the Roman Curia (* around 1250 )
- Künpang Thugje Tsöndrü , Lama of Tibetan Buddhism and founder of the Jonang Monastery (* 1243 )
- Maol Íosa , Scottish nobleman (* 1257 )
- Rudolf I , Margrave of Hachberg-Sausenberg