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1381
William Walworth kills Wat Tyler, Richard II watches and then speaks to the insurgents.  (Illustration around 1390)
The Peasants' revolt in England ends with the killing
of leader Wat Tyler during negotiations.
1381 in other calendars
Armenian calendar 829/830 (turn of the year July)
Ethiopian calendar 1373/74
Aztec calendar 5. Feuerstein - Macuilli Tecpatl (until the end of January / beginning of February 4th pipes - Nahui Acatl )
Buddhist calendar 1924/25 (southern Buddhism); 1923/24 (alternative calculation according to Buddhas Parinirvana )
Chinese calendar 67th (68th) cycle

Year of the metal rooster辛酉 ( at the beginning of the year metal monkey 庚申)

Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam) 743/744 (turn of the year April)
Iranian calendar 759/760
Islamic calendar 782/783 (turn of the year March 27-28)
Jewish calendar 5141/42 (September 18-19)
Coptic calendar 1097/98
Malayalam calendar 556/557
Seleucid era Babylon: 1691/92 (turn of the year April)

Syria: 1692/93 (turn of the year October)

Spanish era 1419
Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar) 1437/38

Events

Politics and world events

Holy Roman Empire

England

King Richard II meets the insurgents.
(Representation from the 15th century)
  • Late May / early June: A peasant uprising under Wat Tyler , John Ball and Jack Straw begins in England .
  • June 14 : King Richard II of England listens to the demands of insurgents and peasants in the Peasants' Revolt in London . The next day, the leader Wat Tyler is murdered during the negotiations and the uprising collapses. Individual leaders, including John Ball, were executed a month later.

Iberian Peninsula

Sea battle of Saltés

Other events in Europe

  • Venice defeats Genoa in the Chioggia War . In Count Amadeus VI. The Treaty of Turin , brokered by Savoy , does not exclude Genoa completely from the concert of the Maritime Republics , but it has to bow to Venetian supremacy, especially in the eastern Mediterranean. Internal disputes between the Guelfs and Ghibellines continue to weaken Genoa. The city of Chioggia never fully recovers from the devastation of war. The local salt industry, which was already in crisis before the war, collapses completely and only covers its own needs. The city's seafarers limited themselves to lagoon and coastal fishing. The city, which flourished until 1379, came under Venetian control in the 15th century.

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