Battle of Cassel ,
insurgent Flemings are defeated by a French army.
|1328 in other calendars|
|Armenian calendar||776/777 (turn of the year July)|
|Aztec calendar||4th tubes - Nahui Acatl (until the end of January / beginning of February 3rd rabbit - Jei Tochtli )|
|Buddhist calendar||1871/72 (southern Buddhism); 1870/71 (alternative calculation according to Buddhas Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||67th (68th) cycle|
|Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam)||690/691 (turn of the year April)|
|Islamic calendar||728/729 (turn of the year 4th / 5th November)|
|Jewish calendar||5088/89 (September 4th / 5th)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 1638/39 (turn of the year April)
Syria: 1639/40 (turn of the year October)
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||1384/85|
Politics and world events
Pope and Empire
- January 17 : Ludwig IV., The Bavarian , advised Marsilius of Padua , for the first time in the history of the Roman-German Empire is not crowned emperor by the pope , but by representatives of the Roman people.
- January 21 : Pope John XXII. calls in Avignon to the Holy Crusade against the Roman-German Emperor Ludwig IV.
- February 26 : John XXII. calls Marsilius of Padua and Johann von Jandun “beasts that emerged from the abysses of Satan and from the sulfur pool of hell”.
- April 18 : Emperor Ludwig the Bavarian declares the Pope John XXII, who is residing in Avignon , in Rome . for discontinued.
- May 12 : At the instigation of Emperor Ludwig of Bavaria, the people in Rome elect the Franciscan Pietro Rainalducci as Nicholas V to be the antipope .
- May 26th : Michael von Cesena ( General Minister of the Franciscans ), Bonagratia von Bergamo and Wilhelm von Ockham , after escaping from the inquisition in Avignon, reach Louis IV in Pisa.
- June 6th : The three fled Franciscan " heretics " are of John XXII. excommunicated .
- August 16 : Rinaldo dei Bonacolsi , ruler of Mantua , is slain in a popular uprising sparked by his previous ally Luigi Gonzaga with the support of Cangrande I della Scala of Verona . His descendants are captured and imprisoned in the starvation tower of Castel d'Ario, where they starve to death. In order to forestall a possible intervention by Cangrande I della Scala, Luigi Gonzaga was elected on August 26th by the Great Council of Mantua as “Capitano Generale” of the community and the people of Mantua in order to legitimize his seizure of power. On November 11th , he was confirmed as Imperial Vicar of Mantua. The Gonzaga family would rule the city for nearly four centuries.
- Munich is under Emperor Ludwig of Bavaria temporary imperial residence . It thus becomes the first residence city of the empire, in which the emperor actually stayed for a long time during his reign.
- February 1 : The House of Capet shall expire upon the death of King Charles IV. Of France and Navarre , as his pregnant wife Joan of Evreux on 1 April brings "only" a daughter. Philip of Valois, who was elected regent by the Pairs and first cousin to the deceased king, was proclaimed king immediately after his birth. Charles's niece Johanna II becomes Queen of Navarre, where she rules with her husband Philip of Evreux .
- May 29th : Philip VI. from the House of Valois is crowned King of France in Reims . But also the English King Edward III. , who married Philippa von Hainaut in the same year, lays claim to the French throne as the grandson of Philip IV .
- 23 August : In the Battle of Cassel , insurgent Flemings are defeated by a French army . The county of Flanders then came under the control of the Kingdom of France .
England / Scotland
- March 17 / May 3 : In the Treaty of Edinburgh, Northampton confirming British Queen Isabella and her lover Roger Mortimer the independence of Scotland and its king Robert the Bruce .
- Uzbek Khan , ruler of the Golden Horde , deprives Alexander Mikhailovich of the Grand Duke of Vladimir and awards it to Ivan I Danilovich of Moscow and Alexander Vasilyevich of Suzdal together.
- John of Luxembourg , King of Bohemia , Margrave of Moravia , Count of Luxembourg and Titular King of Poland , intervenes on the side of the Order in the conflict between the Teutonic Order and the Polish King Władysław I. Ellenlang and takes part in campaigns by the Order against the Grand Duchy of Lithuania .
The Chinese emperor Yesun Timur Khan from the Mongolian Yuan dynasty dies surprisingly on August 15 in his residence city of Shangdu . The influential Muslim general Dawlat Shah then proclaimed the eight-year-old Crown Prince Arigaba as the new emperor. However, the surprising death of the old Khan leads to an uprising of the ruling clans. They are dissatisfied that Yesun Timur Khan has concentrated all power on his favorites, especially the Muslim Dawlat Shah. Within a few days, El Temür, city commander of Dadu , undertakes a coup d'état and demands the elevation of Toqa Timur , a son of the former emperor Külüq Khan , to the new Khan. He will be welcomed in Dadu in August. Qoshila , another son of Külüq, also claims the Chinese throne.
Arigaba's army wages a campaign against Dadu, but suffers a devastating defeat against El Temür's forces. Thereupon General Örüg Temür undertakes the siege of Shangdu and takes the city for the new Khan Toqa Timur. Dawlat Shah is executed after the surrender, the fate of the young Khan Arigaba is unknown. In the meantime, Qoshila is advancing on Karakoram .
- Groschen minting begins in Germany in Wipperfürth with the privilege of Ludwig of Bavaria
- The Augustiner brewery is founded in Munich, making it the oldest of all existing Munich breweries.
Date of birth saved
- May 7th : Ludwig VI. , Duke of (top) Bayern when Ludwig II. Margrave and the first Elector of Brandenburg († 1364 / 1365 )
- September 21 : Hongwu , Chinese emperor, founder of the Ming dynasty († 1398 )
- September 29 : Joan of Kent , English nobleman († 1385 )
- October 9 : Peter I , King of Cyprus († 1369 )
- November 11th : Roger Mortimer , English nobleman and military leader († 1360 )
Exact date of birth unknown
- Heinrich Eger von Kalkar , German Carthusian mystic and choral theorist († 1408 )
- Go-Murakami , Emperor of Japan († 1368 )
- Leopold II of Habsburg , Austrian nobleman († 1344 )
Born around 1328
January to July
- January 17th : Otto I , Landgrave of Hesse (* around 1272 )
- February 1 : Charles IV , King of France (* 1294 )
- March 9 : David Martin , Welsh Bishop
- April 1st : Heinrich II. Von Sternberg , Prince-Bishop of Bamberg
- April 14 : Friedrich Sunder , monastery chaplain in the Dominican convent Engelthal (* 1254 )
- April 20 : Emich von Leiningen , Bishop of Speyer
- May 6th : Robert Fitzwalter , English nobleman (* around 1297 )
- May 20 : William de Lamberton , Bishop of St Andrews and Guardian of Scotland
- July 18 : Engelbert II von der Mark , Count von der Mark and Aremberg
- July 24th : Isabella of Castile , Infanta of Castile, Queen of Aragon and Duchess of Brittany (* 1283 )
- July 29th : Gerhard V. , Count von Jülich
August to December
- August 6th : Galeazzo I. Visconti , regent of Milan (* 1277 )
- August 15 : Yesun Timur Khan , Mongolian Emperor of the Chinese Yuan Dynasty (* 1276 )
- August 16 : Rinaldo dei Bonacolsi , Italian local ruler (* 1278 )
- 23 August : Frederick IV , Duke of Lorraine (* 1282 )
- September 3 : Castruccio Castracani , Condottiere (* 1281 )
- September 9 : Matthias von Buchegg , Archbishop of Mainz and Imperial Chancellor
- September 26 : Ibn Taimiya , Islamic theologian and legal scholar of the (neo) -hanbalitic school of law (* 1263 )
- October 12th / 13th : Clementine of Hungary , Queen of France and Navarre and Countess of Champagne (* 1293 )
- October 15 : Robert de Holand , English nobleman (* around 1283 )
- October 25 : Jean de Cherchemont , Chancellor of France
- November 9th : Charles , Duke of Calabria (* 1298 )
- November 16 : Hisaaki , Japanese Shogun (* 1276 )
- November 28th : Jordan , Bishop of Warmia
- December 31 : Giovanni Soranzo , Doge of Venice (* 1245 )
Exact date of death unknown
- presumably January 28 : Meister Eckhart , German Dominican, preacher and theologian (* around 1260 )
- after August 15: Arigaba , Mongolian Emperor of the Chinese Yuan Dynasty (* 1320 )
- before 27 August: Roger Mortimer , English knight (* 1305 / 1306 )
- September: Johann von Jandun , philosopher, theologian and political theorist (* around 1285 )
- End of 1328: Henri de la Tour-du-Pin , Bishop of Metz (* 1296 )
- Boleslaus , Duke of the Upper Silesian Duchy of Beuthen (* around 1280 )
- Guido Farnese , Bishop of Orvieto
- Johann , Count of Nassau-Dillenburg
- John of Montecorvino , Italian soldier, doctor, judge, monk, missionary and bishop (* 1246 )
- Otto IV. , Count of Ravensberg (* around 1276 )
- Otton de Grandson , knight and friend of Edward I of England (* around 1238 )
- Pierre de Rémy , Treasurer of Charles IV.
- Sadok Seli Soltan , first documented Turkish German (* around 1270 )
- Baiamonte Tiepolo , grandson of Doge Lorenzo Tiepolo and great-grandson of Doge Jacopo Tiepolo
- Nicholas Trivet , Anglo-Norman chronicler and Dominican (* around 1258 )