Calendar overview 1387
|John I becomes King of Aragon .|
|1387 in other calendars|
|Armenian calendar||835/836 (turn of the year July)|
|Aztec calendar||11. Rabbit - Matlactli ozce Tochtli (until the end of January / beginning of February 10th house - Matlactli Calli )|
|Buddhist calendar||1930/31 (southern Buddhism); 1929/30 (alternative calculation according to Buddhas Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||68th (69th) cycle|
|Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam)||749/750 (turn of the year April)|
|Islamic calendar||788/789 (turn of the year 21/22 January)|
|Jewish calendar||5147/48 (September 14/15)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 1697/98 (turn of the year April)
Syria: 1698/99 (turn of the year October)
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||1443/44|
Politics and world events
Iberian Peninsula / England / France
- January 1st : After the death of Charles II the Evil , his son Charles III inherits . the crown of the Kingdom of Navarre . He becomes Count of Évreux and Mortain at the same time .
- January 6th : John I , Prince of Girona , becomes King of Aragon and Duke of Neopatria after the death of his father Peter IV . In the crown of Aragon belonging Kingdom of Sardinia , he ended the war with Eleonora of Arborea .
- February 2nd : King John I of Portugal marries the English princess Philippa of Lancaster . Marriage is for political reasons by Philippa's father John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster been arranged to the last year the Treaty of Windsor received Anglo-Portuguese alliance against that of France supported the kingdom of Castile to seal.
- April 6th : Jean d'Artois, comte d'Eu , dies. His son Robert IV d'Artois , heir of the County of Eu and the lordships of Saint-Valery and Ault , does not learn of his father's death, however, because he and his wife Johanna von Durazzo were subjected to a poison attack on July 20 in Castel dell'Ovo of Johanna's younger sister Margarethe von Durazzo . Jean's younger son Philippe d'Artois takes over the inheritance.
Central and Eastern Europe
- Beginning of the year: The Brandenburg Elector Sigismund von Luxemburg , husband of the Hungarian Princess Maria , tries to free his wife and her mother Elisabeth of Bosnia from the Croatian castle of Novigrad , where they were killed by supporters of King Charles II, who was murdered the previous year . and his wife Margarethe von Durazzo are imprisoned. Elisabeth is then strangled in her prison on January 16 . Sigismund's troops under the command of Nikolaus Gara are able to free Maria on June 4th . On August 31st, Sigismund was crowned King of Hungary and Croatia in Stuhlweissenburg and is now accepted by the majority of the estates. Only a small minority is still behind Ladislaus , the nine-year-old son of Charles, who, however, is also under pressure from the pretender Ludwig II of Anjou in his ancestral kingdom of Naples and has to flee briefly to Gaeta with his mother Margarethe .
- The Albanian Principality of Dukagjini is founded.
- The Käfernburger die out, their property falls to the Schwarzburger .
- August 23 : King Olav II of Denmark , also King of Norway , dies surprisingly at the age of 17. A week later, his mother Margarethe I was recognized as Danish ruler on an interim basis by the Danish Imperial Council in Lund Cathedral. In the same year she tried to consolidate her power throughout the Danish-Norwegian union .
- The Mongolian conqueror Timur Lenk destroys the Persian city of Isfahan and kills the almost 70,000 inhabitants.
- Miran Shah , son of Timur and governor of Transoxania , defeats an invading army of the Golden Horde under Toktamish .
First documentary mentions
- Ingenbohl is first mentioned in a document.
- The society with the donkey , a knight society appearing as a tournament society , is documented for the first time.
- around 1387: At the age of ten, Oswald von Wolkenstein leaves his parents' house to serve as a squire and to travel the world.
- Georg von Neuberg becomes Bishop of Chiemsee . He succeeds Friedrich , who died on February 3rd .
- February 3 : After the death of Johann von Scharffenberg there are two pretenders to the bishopric of Passau : Ruprecht von Berg is supported by King Wenzel , while Duke Albrecht III. of Austria holds it with Hermann Digni .
- February 12th : After the death of Olomouc Bishop Peter Jelito , Johann Sobieslaus von Luxemburg-Moravia tries again for the Olomouc bishopric with the support of his cousin King Wenzel, but is again not elected. In his place, Nikolaus is transferred from Riesenburg to Olomouc in April . Johann Sobieslaus becomes Patriarch of Aquileja on November 27th .
- March 7th : Augustine becomes Bishop of Concordia .
- July 2nd : After the death of Peter of Luxembourg , Raoul de Coucy becomes Bishop of Metz .
- August 3 : Johannes von Klenedenst dies. Eberhard von Attendorn is unanimously elected Bishop of Lübeck and on December 10th by Pope Urban VI. approved.
- November 29th : After the death of Heinrich Krapff , Pope Urban VI. the diocese of Lavant to Ortolf von Offenstetten , who never took possession of it.
Foundations of monasteries
- With Lithuania , the last pagans of Europe are converted to Christianity . An extensive Christianization of the country begins under Grand Duke Jogaila .
Date of birth saved
- July 6th : Blanka of Navarre , Queen of Navarre, also Queen of Sicily and Queen of Aragón († 1441 )
- September 16 : Henry V , King of England († 1422 )
- October 27 : Thomas Dacre , English nobleman and politician († 1458 )
Exact date of birth unknown
- Dietrich V. von Limburg-Broich , German nobleman († 1444 )
- Ewerd Ferber , German long-distance merchant and shipowner († 1451 )
- Iizasa Chōisai Ienao , Japanese samurai and founder of the martial art Tenshin Shoden Katori Shinto-ryu († 1488 )
Born around 1387
Date of death secured
- January 1 : Charles II the Evil , Count of Évreux and King of Navarre (* 1332 )
- January 6 : Peter IV , King of Aragon and Sardinia and Duke of Athens and Neopatria (* 1319 )
- January 16 : Elisabeth of Bosnia , Queen and Regent of Hungary, Croatia and Poland (* 1340 )
- February 3 : Friedrich , Bishop of Chiemsee
- February 3 : Johann von Scharffenberg , Bishop of Passau
- February 4th : Hugh Seagrave , English knight, steward and courtier
- February 12 : Peter Jelito , Bishop of Chur, Bishop of Litomysl, archbishop of Magdeburg and Bishop of Olomouc (* 1320 / 1330 )
- March 13 : Peter II , Chamberlain of Worms (* around 1338)
- March 15 : Ludwig von Hanau , Canon in the dioceses of Speyer and Würzburg
- May 21 : Thomas Umfraville , English nobleman
- July 2 : Peter of Luxembourg , French cardinal and Bishop of Metz (* 1369 )
- July 20 : Johanna , Duchess of Durazzo (* 1344 )
- July 20 : Robert IV. , Count of Eu (* around 1356)
- August 3rd : Johannes V , Bishop of Lübeck
- August 23 : Olav II./IV. , King of Denmark and Norway, anti-king of Sweden (* 1370 )
- November 20 : Bassui Tokushō , Japanese Buddhist (* 1327 )
- November 29th : Heinrich Krapff , Bishop of Lavant
Exact date of death unknown
- February / March: Dietrich von Klattau , Bishop of Breslau
- June: Berthold II. Von Völkershausen , abbot of the Imperial Abbey of Hersfeld (* around 1320 )