Calendar overview 1352
conclave to Pope elected
and takes the name of Innocent VI. on.
|1352 in other calendars|
|Armenian calendar||800/801 (turn of the year July)|
|Aztec calendar||2nd tubes - Ome Acatl (until the end of January / beginning of February 1st rabbit - Ce Tochtli )|
|Buddhist calendar||1895/96 (southern Buddhism); 1894/95 (alternative calculation according to Buddhas Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||67th (68th) cycle|
|Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam)||714/715 (turn of the year April)|
|Islamic calendar||752/753 (turn of the year February 17th / 18th)|
|Jewish calendar||5112/13 (9/10 September)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 1662/63 (turn of the year April)
Syria: 1663/64 (turn of the year October)
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||1408/09|
Politics and world events
- August 14 : The Battle of Mauron takes place in the War of the Breton Succession . The House of Montfort , supported by the Kingdom of England , narrowly prevailed with its armed forces over those of the House of Blois . The War of the Breton Succession is also part of the Hundred Years War between England and France .
Holy Roman Empire
- June 4th : Glarus concludes a unilateral alliance with part of the Swiss Confederation . The confederates are only obliged to provide assistance within the narrow Glarus borders and under certain formal conditions; they can even refuse to provide assistance and freely enter into alliances. The people of Glarus, on the other hand, are obliged to provide assistance immediately and at their own expense, without examination and without spatial restrictions, and to have alliances approved.
- June 18 : Duke Ludwig V permits the resettlement of the Jewish population expelled from Nuremberg in 1349 to Upper Bavaria .
- June 27th : Formation and growth of the Old Confederation : After the Habsburg city of Zug, which has been besieged since the beginning of June , was conquered by the Swiss Confederation , the town formed the forced Zugerbund with Zurich , Uri , Schwyz , Unterwalden and Lucerne . The city remains Habsburg and the federal government is tacitly recognized as invalid by all parties involved.
- September: The Brandenburg Peace between Duke Albrecht II of Austria, the city of Zurich and the Confederation, mediated by Ludwig , Duke of Bavaria and Margrave of Brandenburg, determines that the lordly rights of Habsburg and others. a. restored in Zug and Glarus , the confiscated goods restituted, the mutual debts recognized and the prisoners released. The Habsburg sovereign rights in Schwyz and Unterwalden remain unresolved. Peace is neglected on both sides.
- October: In the Battle of Demotika in Thrace , Ottoman troops defeat John VI on behalf of the Byzantine Emperor . Kantakuzenos a Serbian cavalry army under Tsar Stefan Dušan who fought on the side of co-emperor Johannes V. Palaiologos . John VI With the victory of his Ottoman allies, Kantakuzenos initially asserts rule over Byzantium. Johannes V. Palaiologos and his family went into exile on the Venetian island of Tenedos , from where he prepared a counter-attack.
First documentary mentions and city rights
- Duke Ludwig V of Upper Bavaria enacts an economic order to overcome the consequences of the Black Death .
science and technology
- May 13th : The Engelgarten monastery in the Würzburg diocese is consecrated.
- December 18 : Etienne Aubert is twelve days after the death of his predecessor Clemens VI. elected Pope by the conclave and takes the name Innocent VI. on. Like his predecessors, the trained lawyer resides in Avignon and continues their nepotism , albeit a little more moderately.
- After more than 30 years of construction, the Church of Santissima Annunziata in Gaeta is consecrated.
- The construction of the Archangel Monastery near Prizren (Kosovo) is completed.
- The Couvent des Célestins in Paris is founded.
- The Savior Euthymios Monastery in Suzdal is founded.
Date of birth saved
Exact date of birth saved
- Antoni Canals , Valencian Dominican, speaker, writer and translator († 1419 )
- Philip Darcy , English nobleman, military man and judge († 1399 )
- Günther XXX. , Administrator of the Mark Brandenburg († 1416 )
- Johann Sobieslaus of Luxemburg-Moravia , Bishop of Olomouc, Bishop of Leitomischl and Patriarch of Aquileja († 1394 )
- Kichizan Minchō , Japanese painter-monk († 1431 )
- Raimond de Turenne , French nobleman († 1413 )
Born around 1352
Date of death secured
- February 3 : Bertrand du Pouget , Cardinal of the Catholic Church (* around 1280)
- February 26 : Henry Percy , English magnate and military (* 1301 )
- March 20 : Obizzo III. d'Este , Lord of Ferrara and Modena (* 1294 )
- April 13th : Apetzko Deyn von Frankenstein , Bishop of Lebus
- April 21 : Boleslaw III. , Duke of Liegnitz-Brieg (* 1291 )
- May 19 : Elisabeth von Habsburg , Duchess of Lorraine (* around 1285 )
- June 16 : Guidoriccio da Fogliano , Italian condottiere (* around 1290 )
- July 19 : William Zouche , Archbishop of York (* around 1295 )
- August 14th : Guy II. De Nesle , Lord of Mello and Marshal of France
- August 19 : Otto III. , Duke of Braunschweig-Lüneburg (* around 1296 )
- September 13 : Alberto II della Scala , Lord of Verona (* 1306 )
- October 15 : Gilles Li Muisis , French monk, chronicler and poet (* 1272 )
- November 11th : Agnes von Wittelsbach , Bavarian princess and clarissess in Munich (* 1335 )
- November 23 : John Kirkby , English clergyman
- December 6th : Clement VI. , Pope (* 1290 )
- December 21 : Friedrich I. von Hohenlohe , Prince-Bishop of Bamberg
Exact date of death unknown
- March: Ashikaga Tadayoshi , Japanese general (* 1306 )
- Basarab I. , founder of the Principality of Wallachia
- Johann III. , Mr. zu Werle-Goldberg
- Matthias von Arras , French architect and builder (* 1290 )
- Robert III von Virneburg , Count of Virneburg and Marshal of Westphalia
- Rudolf II , Margrave of Hachberg-Sausenberg (* 1301 )
- Wladislaus , Duke of Beuthen and Cosel (* around 1277/1283)
- Wladislaus , Duke of Liegnitz (* 1296 )
- William Zouche , English nobleman (* around 1277 )