Calendar overview 1332
|Christopher II , King of Denmark , dies.|
|1332 in other calendars|
|Armenian calendar||780/781 (turn of the year July)|
|Aztec calendar||8. Pipes - Chicuei Acatl (until the end of January / beginning of February 7th Rabbit - Chicome Tochtli )|
|Buddhist calendar||1875/76 (southern Buddhism); 1874/75 (alternative calculation according to Buddhas Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||67th (68th) cycle|
|Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam)||694/695 (turn of the year April)|
|Islamic calendar||732/733 (turn of the year 21/22 September)|
|Jewish calendar||5092/93 (September 20/21)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 1642/43 (turn of the year April)
Syria: 1643/44 (turn of the year October)
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||1388/89|
Politics and world events
Holy Roman Empire
- January 27 : Walram von Jülich becomes Archbishop and Elector of Cologne as successor to Heinrich II of Virneburg , who died on January 5th .
- May 20 : In the course of the violent clashes between the Müllenheim and Zorn families in the Free and Imperial City of Strasbourg , the city nobility is ousted and the guilds gain a seat on the city council.
- August 1st : First battle at Kremmer Damm
- August 23 : Ludwig the Bavarian makes an alliance with Johann von Böhmen .
- Christmas: In the fight between Heinrich III, supported by the cathedral chapter . von Braunschweig-Lüneburg and Erich von Holstein-Schaumburg, the candidate of Pope Johannes XXII. around the diocese and bishopric of Hildesheim , the dam town near the city of Hildesheim , a settlement of Flemish merchants who sided with Heinrich, is conquered by Erich's troops and completely burned down. The majority of the population is killed, only a few can escape and find shelter on the Moritzberg .
- Origin and growth of the Old Confederation : The Habsburg town of Lucerne joins the Swiss Confederation , but expressly reserves its obligations towards the House of Habsburg .
- August 2nd : After the death of Christopher II , there is an interregnum in Denmark until 1340 . Christoph's opponent Gerhard III. , Duke of Schleswig and Holstein , takes power in Jutland and Funen , while the rest of the area falls to Christoph's half-brother Johann dem Mild .
- December 18 : With the help of the large farmers, King Magnus II of Sweden succeeds in taking the first measures against the predominance of the aristocracy in his country: He enacts a law that prohibits Setesvein , servants obliged to oath of loyalty, without permission of the king, until now a privilege of the nobility.
Eastern Europe and Asia Minor
- July 18 : The battle of Rusokastro near Burgas between the Byzantine Empire under Emperor Andronikos III. and the Bulgarian Empire under Tsar Ivan Alexander ends with a clear Bulgarian victory. It is the last major battle of the Byzantine-Bulgarian Wars before the fall of the Byzantine and the fall of the Second Bulgarian Empire.
- After the death of Andronikos III. He is followed by his eight-year-old son Manuel II as Emperor and Grand Comnene of Trebizond . However, his rule finds little support among the population, as they still have fond memories of the crimes of his father, who had two of his three brothers killed. The circles dissatisfied with Manuel's rule call Basil , the only surviving brother of Andronicus, who escaped his murder in 1330 by fleeing into exile in Constantinople , back to Trebizond. When he arrives in Trebizond just eight months after Manuel has taken office, he is deposed and Basil is proclaimed his successor. Manuel is assigned to the monastery, where he dies the following year.
Scotland / England
- 10 / August 11 : The battle of dupplin moor in Scotland between the so-called "disinherited", one of Edward Balliol led group of exiled Englishmen and Scots, and supporters of the Scottish king . David II , son of Robert the Bruce is the first battle of the Second Scottish War of Independence . It ends with a victory for the “disinherited”.
City rights and first documentary mentions
- The Łodzia settlement , now known as Łódź, is the third largest city in Poland, and is mentioned for the first time.
- Ludwig of Bavaria gives Birkenfeld the town charter .
- First written mention of Villarepos .
science and technology
Date of birth saved
- May 27 : Ibn Chaldūn , Islamic historian and politician († 1406 )
- June 8th : Cangrande II. Della Scala , Lord of Verona († 1359 )
- June 16 : Isabella de Coucy , English princess († 1379 )
- June 18 : John V , Byzantine Emperor († 1391 )
- June 22nd : Bonaventura Badoardo de Peraga , Cardinal of the Roman Church († 1389 )
- July 6 : Elizabeth de Burgh , Anglo-Irish nobleman († 1363 )
- December 14th : Friedrich der Strenge , Margrave of Meissen and Landgrave of Thuringia († 1381 )
- December 26 : Stephan , Prince of Hungary-Croatia and governor of Transylvania, Slavonia, Dalmatia and Croatia († 1354 )
Exact date of birth unknown
- Lachen Sönam Lodrö , person of Tibetan Buddhism († 1362 )
- Muhammad VI. , Emir of Granada († 1362 )
- Al-Muzaffar Hajji I , Sultan of the Mamluks († 1347 )
- Xu Da , Chinese general († 1385 )
Born around 1332
Date of death secured
- January 5th : Heinrich II. Von Virneburg , Archbishop of Cologne (* 1244 or 1246 )
- February 13 : . Andronicus II Palaeologus , Emperor of the Byzantine Empire (* 1259 / 1260 )
- March 13 : Theodoros Metochites , Byzantine diplomat, high government official, theologian, philosopher, historian, astronomer, poet and patron of the arts (* 1270 )
- April 16 : Kyōgoku Tamekane , Japanese poet and politician (* 1254 )
- May 13 : Isaiah of Constantinople , Patriarch of Constantinople
- May 19 : Friedrich IV. , Burgrave of Nuremberg (* 1287 )
- July 20 : Thomas Randolph , Scottish nobleman and Guardian of Scotland
- August 2nd : Christopher II , King of Denmark (* 1276 )
- August 6th : Wilhelm XII. , Count of Auvergne
- August 11th : Domhnall II , Scottish nobleman and Guardian of Scotland (* 1293 )
- August 11th : Thomas Randolph , Scottish nobleman
- October 25 : Hartung Münch , Bishop of Basel (* around 1265 )
- December 18 : Gerlach von Erbach , Bishop of Worms
- December 21 : Dietrich Wolfhauer , Bishop of Lavant
Exact date of death unknown
- before May 4th: John Ross , English clergyman
- after September: Agnes von Meißen , German nobleman
- before November: Dietrich Luf III. , Count von Hülchrath
- Andronikos III. Komnenos , Emperor and Grand Comnene of Trebizond (* around 1310 )
- Thomas de Furnivall , English nobleman
- Gaddo Gaddi , Florentine painter (* 1260 )
- Burkhard Werner von Ramstein , Mayor of Basel