of Bavaria , the Duchy of Bavaria is divided into three sub-duchies.
|1392 in other calendars|
|Armenian calendar||840/841 (turn of the year July)|
|Aztec calendar||3rd tubes - Jei Acatl (until the end of January / beginning of February 2nd rabbit - Ome Tochtli )|
|Buddhist calendar||1935/36 (southern Buddhism); 1934/35 (alternative calculation according to Buddhas Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||68th (69th) cycle
Year of the water monkey 壬申 ( at the beginning of the year metal sheep 辛未)
|Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam)||754/755 (turn of the year April)|
|Islamic calendar||794/795 (turn of the year 16/17 November)|
|Jewish calendar||5152/53 (September 18-19)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 1702/03 (turn of the year April)
Syria: 1703/04 (New Year October)
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||1448/49|
Politics and world events
On July 17 General establishes Yi Seong-gye , the Kingdom of Joseon and the Joseon Dynasty in Korea , who until 1910 inventory is. He had previously defeated the previously ruling Goryeo dynasty with Chinese help and sent them into exile.
After the abdication of Go-Kameyama on October 21, the previous counter-emperor Go-Komatsu becomes the 100th Tennō emperor of all of Japan . This ends the time of the north and south courtyards in the history of Japan . The agreement was reached on October 15th through the mediation of the Shogun Ashikaga Yoshimitsu . In the peace treaty he worked out, it is stipulated that Go-Komatsu should choose his successor from the Go-Kameyama line and that the lines should rule alternately in the sequence, a plan that is never carried out.
Central and Eastern Europe
- August 4th : The Treaty of Ostrowo between the Polish King Władysław II. Jagiełło and the Lithuanian Prince Vytautas includes the transfer of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania to Vytautas and its recognition of the sovereignty of Władysław and ends three years of armed conflict between the two rulers. Skirgaila , the previous ruler of Lithuania, was resigned to the Principality of Kiev and Zhytomyr the following year .
- August 18th : Shortly before his death, the Albanian Prince Georg Thopia gives his city of Durrës to the Republic of Venice .
Holy Roman Empire
Bavarian division of the country
In the October 18 made Bavarian division of 1392 is that since the death of Duke Stephan II. In 1375 jointly reigned Bayern-Landshut in the three duchies of Bavaria-Landshut , Bayern Munich and Bavaria-Ingolstadt divided. The driving force behind the division is Stephen's son Johann II , who was no longer willing to pay for his brother Stephan III's costly court . and the Italian policy of Stephen and the third brother Friedrich to arise. According to the Landshut Treaty, Bayern-Landshut goes to Friedrich, Stephan receives Bayern-Ingolstadt and Johann Bayern-Munich. The division into the financially particularly lucrative Bavaria-Landshut, the economically less developed Bavaria-Munich and Bavaria-Ingolstadt, which consists mainly of free float on the Danube and in the Alpine foothills, already bears the seeds of new conflicts.
The citizens of Grossbasel bought the town of Kleinbasel on the right bank of the Rhine from Bishop Friedrich von Blankenheim for 29,800 guilders. During this time, the city also acquired the most important regalia (coinage and customs law, mayor's court etc.) from the bishop by way of pledge. Basel will thus become de facto independent of the bishop, but for the time being cannot replace his nominal supremacy. Although the citizens determine the holders of important offices, the solemn appointment is still carried out by the bishop. Basel is therefore not considered a free imperial city .
- Ludwig , younger brother of the French King Charles VI, becomes Duke of Orléans and Count of Valois .
- The French King Charles VI. From 1392 onwards he suffered from mental confusion and is therefore represented by his wife Isabeau and a regency council consisting of Jean de Valois, duc de Berry , and Philip of Burgundy , the former government of the dukes .
- October 3 : After almost two years of reign, Yusuf II is overthrown by a palace revolution. He was succeeded as Emir of Granada by his son Muhammad VII. Under his rule, relations with the Kingdom of Castile deteriorated considerably .
First documentary mentions
- Nennigkofen is first mentioned in a document.
science and technology
- Spring after Easter: The University of Erfurt , known as Hierana , is officially opened three years after its founding as the fifth university in the Holy Roman Empire north of the Alps. In the same year Ludwig Mollner is elected the first rector.
- The Aragonese Franciscan Francesc Eiximenis wrote the literary work Llibre dels àngels ( Book of Angels ) in Catalan in Valencia . The Llibre de les dones ( Book of Women ) was created around the same time . The encyclopedia Lo Crestià , sponsored by King Peter IV. , Was also completed at this time.
Date of birth saved
- September 23 : Filippo Maria Visconti , Regent of Pavia and Duke of Milan († 1447 )
- December 9 : Peter of Portugal , Prince Regent of Portugal and first Duke of Coimbra († 1449 )
Exact date of birth unknown
- Flavio Biondo , Italian humanist and historian, is considered the founder of archaeological science and antiquarian topography († 1463 )
- Gö Lotsawa , historian, author and lama of Tibetan Buddhism († 1481 )
- Weiprecht III. von Helmstatt , Palatine councilor and bailiff in the Oberamt Bretten († 1478 )
- Johann II , Count of Guise and Count of Ligny († 1441 )
- John VIII , Emperor of the Byzantine Empire († 1448 )
- Johann XVII. , Chamberlain of Worms († 1431 )
- Louis d'Amboise , Lord of Amboise and Vice Count of Thouars († 1469 )
- Hynek Kruschina von Lichtenburg , Hussite commander as well as governor and pledge holder of Glatz, Münsterberg and Frankenstein († 1454 )
- Mechthild II of Anhalt , abbess of the free secular monastery of Gernrode and Frose († 1463 )
- John Mowbray , English nobleman († 1432 )
- Piotr z Grudziądza , Polish composer and poet († around 1480 )
- Ruprecht II , Duke of Lüben and Haynau, Grand Prior of the Order of Malta († 1431 )
- Wilhelm I , Prince of Lüneburg, Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel, Calenberg and Göttingen († 1482 )
First half of the year
- January 12th : Johann III. Radlica , Bishop of Cracow (* before 1361)
- February 11th : Nikolaus I , Bishop of Lübeck and Meißen
- March 15 : Eberhard II , Count of Württemberg (* after 1315)
- April 4 : Jeong Mong-ju , Korean politician of the Goryeo dynasty, diplomat, Neo-Confucian philosopher, poet and writer (* 1337 )
- May 22nd : Augustin , Bishop of Concordia, nominal Bishop of Lavant
Second half of the year
- August 15th : Marquard von Lindau , south German Franciscan and author of theological writings
- September 25 : Sergius von Radonezh , Muscovite monk, founder of the Trinity Monastery in Sergiev Posad, saint of the Orthodox Church (* around 1314 )
- October 3 : Yusuf II , Nasrid Emir of Granada
- November 15 : Ortolf von Offenstetten , dean of the cathedral in Salzburg, nominally Bishop of Lavant
- December 5 : Everhard von Westerheim , auxiliary bishop in Cologne
- December 14th : John Gray , English nobleman (* between 1305 and 1311)
- December 23 : Isabella of Castile, Duchess of York , Spanish nobleman and wife of Edmund of Langley, 1st Duke of York (* around 1355 )
Exact date of death unknown
- March: Hermann von Münster , German glass painter (* around 1330 )
- before April 10: Heidenreich Wolf von Lüdinghausen , Bishop of Münster
- Late September / early October: Georg Thopia , Albanian prince of Durrës (* around 1355 )
- before October 10th: Johannes Hiltalingen von Basel , Order General of the Avignon fraction of the Augustinian Order, Bishop of Lombez
- Johannes von Arderne , English surgeon and proctologist (* 1307 )
- Agnes von Habsburg , last Duchess of Schweidnitz-Jauer (* around 1315 )
- Peter , Count of Geneva, Count of Vaudémont and Lord of Joinville
- Robert de Vere, Duke of Ireland , English nobleman and advisor to King Richard II (* 1361 )
- Vlatko Vuković , Bosnian nobleman and Grand Duke of Bosnia