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Coronation of Henry IV, around 1470
Henry IV. Is the English crowned king.
He founds the House of Lancaster .
1399 in other calendars
Armenian calendar 847/848 (turn of the year July)
Ethiopian calendar 1391/92
Aztec calendar 10. Rabbit - Matlactli Tochtli (until the end of January / beginning of February 9th house - Chicuhnahui Calli )
Buddhist calendar 1942/43 (southern Buddhism); 1941/42 (alternative calculation according to Buddhas Parinirvana )
Chinese calendar 68th (69th) cycle

Year of the Earth- Rabbit 己卯 ( at the beginning of the year Earth-Tiger 戊寅)

Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam) 761/762 (turn of the year April)
Iranian calendar 777/778
Islamic calendar 801/802 (turn of the year 2/3 September)
Jewish calendar 5159/60 (August 31 / September 1)
Coptic calendar 1115/16
Malayalam calendar 574/575
Seleucid era Babylon: 1709/10 (turn of the year April)

Syria: 1710/11 (New Year October)

Spanish era 1437
Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar) 1455/56


Politics and world events

Eastern Europe

Battle of the Worskla

Holy Roman Empire

In disputes of the East Frisian chiefs gets Widzeld tom Brok on April 25 in Detern in an ambush and fled with his men in the local church . His enemies, led by Archbishop Otto II of Bremen , the bishops of Münster and Minden and the Count of Oldenburg set fire to the church and Widzeld suffocates and burns with his people in the church, which is completely destroyed in the process. Widzeld's successor as chief of Brookmerland is his half-brother Keno II. Tom Brok .

Kingdom of England

Richard's arrest
  • August 19th : After Henry Bolingbroke gave England's King Richard II an assurance that he would be left alive, he surrendered at Flint Castle . On September 1st, he was imprisoned in the Tower of London . In order to enable Henry Bolingbroke's coronation, Richard II will likely be forced to abdicate and appoint Henry as his successor. The convened parliament declares Richard unworthy of the crown on September 30th . Richard is likely to be relocated to Pontefract Castle in Yorkshire by the end of the year .
royal coat of arms of Henry IV.

Kingdom of Scotland



  • City architect Madern Gerthener completes the new canvas house planned as city ​​scales in Frankfurt am Main .
  • The game of billiards is first mentioned in a document.
  • The second part of the successful rose novel , written by Jean de Meung , sparked the first known literary controversy in France following the Epître au Dieu d'Amour ( Letter to the God of Love ) by Christine de Pizan . In it, Christine criticizes Jean de Meung's negative remarks about women and love. She denounces his drastic and cynical portrayal of physical love as being particularly misogynistic. Christine is supported by the theologian and rector of the Paris University Jean Gerson . Other professors such as Jean de Montreuil and the brothers Pierre and Gontier Col protect Jean de Meung.


Valldemossa Charterhouse


Date of birth saved

Exact date of birth unknown

Born around 1399


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Second half of the year

High grave of St. Hedwig in the royal cathedral on the Wawel

Exact date of death unknown

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