Calendar overview 1367
|battle of Nájera , King Henry II of Castile, who outnumbered his Franco-Castilian army, was defeated by English troops under Sir John Chandos .|
|1367 in other calendars|
|Armenian calendar||815/816 (turn of the year July)|
|Aztec calendar||4th rabbit - Nahui Tochtli (until the end of January / beginning of February 3rd house - Jei Calli )|
|Buddhist calendar||1910/11 (southern Buddhism); 1909/10 (alternative calculation according to Buddha's Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||67th (68th) cycle|
|Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam)||729/730 (turn of the year April)|
|Islamic calendar||768/769 (turn of the year August 27/28)|
|Jewish calendar||5127/28 (August 25-26)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 1677/78 (turn of the year April)
Syria: 1678/79 (turn of the year October)
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||1423/24|
Politics and world events
- January 18th : Ferdinand I, the Handsome , ascends the Portuguese throne as the last Burgundian king after the death of his father Peter I. Immediately after his accession to the throne, unlike his father, he lets himself be embroiled in the political turmoil in the powerful neighboring country of Castile .
- April 3 : In the Battle of Nájera , King Henry II of Castile, outnumbered with his Franco- Castilian army, and his half-brother Tello Alfonso of Castile are defeated by English troops under Edward of Woodstock and Sir John Chandos in an open field battle during the Hundred Years War , after a wing of their army, for reasons unknown to this day, lay down their arms at the height of the battle. Peter I , Henry's half-brother allied with Edward, was able to temporarily recapture the throne of Castile. The last battalion to oppose the English is Bertrand du Guesclin's unit . Due to his long-lasting resistance, this also covers the retreat of Henry II, who can thus escape the slaughter alive.
- August 13 : Peter I of Castile and Peter IV of Aragon make peace.
Holy Roman Empire / Italy
- January 29th : With the aim of preventing a creeping takeover of the Diocese of Chur by the House of Habsburg , the Association of Gods is founded. The revolutionary meeting represents the three powers of the region: first, the spiritual community, represented by the ambassadors of the cathedral; secondly, envoys from the large valley communities (six from Domleschg , Schams and Bergell and another four from Oberhalbstein and three from the Upper Engadine and two from the Lower Engadine ) and envoys from the Chur population. The group meets without the bishop and decides to severely curtail his power and claim financial sovereignty.
- September 3 : In the Battle of Dinklar , Gerhard von Berg , Bishop of Hildesheim , defeated a superior alliance of the Guelphs consisting of Magnus I of Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel , Archbishop Dietrich Kagelwit and Albert von Rickmersdorf , Bishop of Halberstadt , who invaded Hildesheim area and looted and wreaked havoc there.
- Oct. 16 : Pope Urban V , who has previously resided in Avignon , hits, accompanied by Emperor Charles IV. In Rome one from which his political plans against it from Visconti in Milan will continue, against whom he previously already for the Crusade has called. He is welcomed in Viterbo by Cardinal Gil Álvarez Carillo de Albornoz , the administrator of the Papal States. In Rome the Pope crowns the wife of Emperor Charles, Elisabeth of Pomerania , as Empress.
- November 19 : The Hanseatic League meets in the Long Hall (today Hansasaal ) in Cologne's town hall , forms a confederation and decides on a war against the Danish King Waldemar IV. In addition to 57 Hanseatic cities, three Dutch cities not belonging to the Hanseatic League, Amsterdam , Brielle and Harderwijk , the Cologne Confederation .
First documentary mentions
science and technology
- The Lucerne water tower in the middle of the Chapel Bridge is first mentioned in a document.
- The University of Fünfkirchen is founded by King Ludwig I the Great of Hungary .
- The female branch of the lay order of the Jesuats , the Sisters of the Visitation of Mary , is founded by Katharina Colombini in Siena.
- The Jama Masjid ( Friday Mosque ) in Gulbarga , India is completed under the rule of the Bahmani Sultanate .
Date of birth saved
- January 6 : Richard II , King of England († 1400 )
- June 13 : Taejong , King of the Joseon Dynasty in Korea († 1422 )
Exact date of birth unknown
- Alix des Baux , last ruling mistress of Les Baux († 1426 )
- Maria d'Enghien , Countess of Lecce, Queen of Naples, also titular queen of Sicily, Jerusalem and Hungary († 1446 )
- Otto IV. , Count of Delmenhorst († 1418 )
- Rongtön Shecha Kunrig , person of Tibetan Buddhism († 1449 )
- Gerard Zerbold van Zutphen , Dutch theologian and writer († 1398 )
Born around 1367
- March / April 1366/1367 : Henry IV. , King of England († 1413 )
- around 1367: Hermann von Sachsenheim , German poet († 1458 )
Date of death secured
- January 18 : Peter I , King of Portugal (* 1320 )
- January 29th : Hermann von Wickede , Mayor of Lübeck (* 1294 )
- February 10th : Boemund II of Saarbrücken , Archbishop of Trier
- February 23 : Heinrich III. , Count of Fürstenberg (* around 1308 )
- March 19 : Sibyllina Biscossi , Italian terziar of the Order of Preachers (* 1287 )
- April 3 : John de Ferrers , English nobleman (* 1331 )
- April 20 : Gerhard Chorus , Mayor of Aachen (* around 1285 )
- April 23 : Roger le Fort , French archbishop and blessed of the Catholic Church (* around 1286)
- April 24th : Ernst I , Duke of Braunschweig-Göttingen (* around 1305 )
- August 24th : Gil Álvarez Carillo de Albornoz , Spanish cardinal and administrator of the Papal States (* around 1295 )
- December 17th : Dietrich von Portitz , highest chancellor in the Kingdom of Bohemia and Archbishop of Magdeburg (* around 1300 )
- December 28 : Ashikaga Yoshiakira , Ahikaga-Shogun (* 1330 )
Exact date of death unknown
- Amadeus III. , Count of Geneva (* 1311 ?)
- Blasius Matarango , Albanian prince
- Egidio Boccanegra , Genoese admiral and corsair
- Burkhard V. von Broich , Lord von Broich
- Johann von Braunschweig , provost of the monastery Sankt Alexandri zu Einbeck
- Johann II of Elben , Abbot of Hersfeld
- Johann Pleskow , businessman and councilor in Lübeck
- Rudolf II. Rühle , Bishop of Verden