Calendar overview 1329
bull In agro dominico , Pope John XXII condemns . 28 theorems of
Meister Eckhart .
Cangrande I. della Scala ,
co-regent in Verona ,
dies of digitalis poisoning.
|1329 in other calendars|
|Armenian calendar||777/778 (turn of the year July)|
|Aztec calendar||5. Feuerstein - Macuilli Tecpatl (until the end of January / beginning of February 4th pipes - Nahui Acatl )|
|Buddhist calendar||1872/73 (southern Buddhism); 1871/72 (alternative calculation according to Buddhas Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||67th (68th) cycle|
|Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam)||691/692 (turn of the year April)|
|Islamic calendar||729/730 (New Year 24/25 October)|
|Jewish calendar||5089/90 (August 25-26)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 1639/40 (turn of the year April)
Syria: 1640/41 (turn of the year October)
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||1385/86|
Politics and world events
Holy Roman Empire
- July 22nd : Four days after taking the city of Treviso , Cangrande I della Scala from the Scaliger family dies of digitalis poisoning. His nephew and previous co-regent Alberto II della Scala made his younger brother Mastino II della Scala the new co-regent in Verona . Together they will expand the dominion of the city over the next few years.
- August 4 : The Treaty of Pavia is Bayern shared. Emperor Ludwig the Bavarian keeps Upper Bavaria and areas north of Regensburg , the heirs of his brother Rudolf , Rudolf II. And Ruprecht I , receive the Rhine Palatinate and the Upper Palatinate .
- June 7th : Robert the Bruce dies at the age of 55 at the Cardross Manor in Dunbartonshire . For several years, according to contemporary reports, he has suffered from an "unclean disease". This could be leprosy . Even syphilis , psoriasis or a series of strokes in the range of possibility. He is succeeded as King of Scotland by his son David II.
- November 4th : Aymon becomes Count of Savoy after the death of his brother Eduard . Over the next few years, he reformed the country's administration, judiciary, and finance.
- June 10th / 11th : The Battle of Pelekanon near Nicomedia between a Byzantine raiding party under Emperor Andronikos III. and an Ottoman army under Sultan Orhan I ends with a victory for the Ottomans. After that, the Byzantine side made no further attempt to protect the cities of Asia Minor from the Ottomans.
Empire of China
- Spring: Toqa Timur , Emperor of China from the Yuan Dynasty , abdicates in favor of his older brother Qoshila . But he was murdered at a banquet on August 30th , which brought Toqa Timur back to the throne. Toqa Timur, unlike Qoshila, is seen as the representative of the Chinese party at court, but his government is entirely dependent on General El Temur, who brought him to the throne last year.
First documentary mentions
- November 8th : In the Holy Roman Empire in Breslau a labor dispute is documented in a document for the first time . The journeyman belters strike there for a year. The masters agree not to employ any of the strikers in their home, if fined .
- March 27 : In the Papal Bull In agro dominico , Pope John XXII condemns . 28 theorems of Meister Eckhart . This ends the inquisition proceedings against Eckhart, who died before the bull was published. The Pope describes 17 theses as heretical , eleven as suspected heresy.
- Heinrich V. Schenk von Reicheneck succeeds Friedrich III , who died on March 27th . von Leuchtenberg Prince-Bishop of Eichstätt . However, Heinrich, loyal to the Pope, is temporarily not recognized by Emperor Ludwig the Bavarian.
- April 15 : John XXII. orders the Archbishop of Cologne , Heinrich II of Virneburg , to publish the bull in his church province. In addition to the Archdiocese of Cologne, this includes the dioceses of Liège , Utrecht , Münster and Minden
- November 16 : With the papal bull Quia vir reprobus , the dispute between Pope John XXII. and the Franciscans on the Franciscan concept of poverty. In the general chapter of the Franciscans that followed soon afterwards, a large number of the religious superiors were deposed and replaced by people friendly to the Pope. The poverty struggle is over.
- The Catholic Church in Georgia is under George V established.
- On the site of today's Ivan the Great bell tower, a small St. John's Church is being built as part of the Moscow Kremlin .
Date of birth saved
- January 6 : Ulman Stromer , Nuremberg wholesaler, manufacturer and councilor († 1407 )
- May 19 : William de Ros , English nobleman, military man and politician († 1352 )
- September 26 : Anna of the Palatinate , second wife of Emperor Charles IV, German Queen and Queen of Bohemia († 1353 )
- November 22 : Elisabeth von Meissen , Countess of Nuremberg († 1375 )
- November 29th : Johann I , Duke of Lower Bavaria († 1340 )
Exact date of birth unknown
- Abū ʿInān Fāris , Sultan of the Merinids in Morocco († 1358 )
- Elisabeth of Bavaria , mistress of Verona and countess of Württemberg († 1402 )
- Pierre Roger de Beaufort, under the name Gregory XI. Pope († 1378 )
- Orgyen Lingpa , person of Tibetan Buddhism († 1360 or 1367 )
- Philip II , Prince of Taranto and Achaia, and titular emperor of Constantinople († 1374 )
Born around 1329
Date of death secured
- January 17th : Rosaline von Villeneuve , French nobleman and saint of the Catholic Church (* 1263 )
- January 21 : Heinrich II , Prince of Mecklenburg
- February 26 : Oshin of Korykos , ruler of the Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia
- March 5 : Juditha von Habsburg , Countess of Oettingen (* 1302 )
- March 27th : Friedrich III. von Leuchtenberg , Prince-Bishop of Eichstätt
- June 7th : Robert I the Bruce , King of Scotland (* 1274 )
- June 25 : Konrad IV von Schöneck , Bishop of Worms
- August 21 : Arnold Wlome , German businessman and councilor of the Hanseatic city of Lübeck
- August 26 : Heinrich von Leipa , Marshal of the Bohemian King John of Luxembourg (* around 1270 )
- August 30 : Qutugku Khan , Chagan of the Mongols and Emperor of China from the Mongolian Yuan Dynasty (* 1300 )
- September 5 : Marco I. Visconti , Italian politician and military leader (* around 1280 )
- October 18 : Alberghetto II. Manfredi , Italian nobleman (* around 1285 )
- November 4 : Eduard , Count of Savoy (* around 1273 )
- November 27 : Mathilde , Countess of Artois, Countess Palatine of Burgundy and Peer of France (* around 1270 )
- November 29th : Friedrich von Regensburg , lay brother of the Augustinian order
Exact date of death unknown
- Anna von Nassau-Hadamar , German noblewoman (* 1299 )
- Sciarra Colonna , Roman nobleman (* around 1270 )
- Engelbert I. , Count of Ziegenhain
- Johann II , Prince-Bishop of Bamberg
- Albertino Mussato , early Italian humanist, poet and historian (* 1261 )
- Walter V of Châtillon , Lord of Châtillon, Count of Porcéan and Connétable of France (* around 1249 )
Died around 1329
- Maol Íosa, 7th Earl of Strathearn , Scottish nobleman (* between 1275 and 1280)