Calendar overview 1432
|Jan van Eyck completes the Ghent Altarpiece .|
|1432 in other calendars|
|Armenian calendar||880/881 (turn of the year July)|
|Aztec calendar||4th tubes - Nahui Acatl (until the end of January / beginning of February: 3rd rabbit - Jei Tochtli )|
|Buddhist calendar||1975/76 (southern Buddhism); 1974/75 (alternative calculation according to Buddhas Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||68th (69th) cycle|
|Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam)||794/795 (turn of the year April)|
|Islamic calendar||835/836 (turn of the year August 27/28)|
|Jewish calendar||5192/93 (August 27-28)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 1742/43 (turn of the year April)
Syria: 1743/44 (turn of the year October)
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||1488/89 (turn of the year April)|
Politics and world events
- April: Yusuf IV , the Castile-friendly Emir of Granada from the Nasrid dynasty , is assassinated. His predecessor, Muhammad IX, who was overthrown by him . follows him back to the throne and continues his fight against the kingdom of Castile .
- At the site of today's Povoação , the Portuguese began to settle on the Azores island of São Miguel five years after the first landing .
Republic of Venice
- After a defeat against the Duchy of Milan the previous year , the Condottiere Carmagnola was summoned before the Council of Ten because his opponents in the Republic of Venice suspected him of treason. After extorting a confession under torture, the former general Filippo Maria Viscontis is sentenced to death and executed on May 5th by public beheading. Actual guilt can never be proven.
Holy Roman Empire
- 24 / April 25 : During the Hussite wars invaded Hussites the city Altlandsberg and burn them down. The coin treasure of almost 7500 coins from Altlandsberg presumably dates from this period .
- June 2 : Gerhard VII of Schleswig , Count of Holstein marries Agnes of Baden , the daughter of Margrave Bernhard I of Baden . Gerhard and his brother and co-regent Adolf VIII want to secure support in the war against Denmark in this way . The marriage will not officially be consummated until October 5th .
Eastern Europe and Levant
- After the death of his father Janus, John II becomes King of Cyprus and Titular King of Jerusalem and Armenia .
- Konekham , King of the Lao Kingdom of Lan Xang , is murdered in Kokrua on the orders of his aunt Keo Phim Fa . He is succeeded by his brother Khamtam , who, however, soon fled for fear for his life and retired to Pak Huei Luang. The new ruler is his eldest brother Lue Sai , who was initially passed over in the succession to the throne.
- Borommaracha II , King of the Siamese Empire of Ayutthaya , conquers Angkor .
City rights and first documentary mentions
- The city of Lutsk received from King Jogaila the Magdeburg Law , which the middle class working - the citizens - mostly craftsmen and merchants privileged -. Magdeburg law strengthens and regulates the rights and obligations of the petty bourgeoisie. The marketplace serves as the center of all these processes because the Magdeburg law office is based here.
science and technology
- The universities of Poitiers and Caen are founded.
- Sevenoaks School is founded, the oldest general education school in England.
- A Latin school is founded in Landau in the Palatinate , to which the later Eduard-Spranger-Gymnasium goes back.
- The chronicle written by Leontios Machairas in the Cypriot dialect of the Middle Ages ends with the death of Janus.
- 1432 or 1435 : Jan van Eyck completes the Ghent Altarpiece , a winged altar that is set up in Ghent's St. Bavo Cathedral . The involvement of Jan's brother Hubert van Eyck is controversial.
- History of the Beguines in Geldern : The Hülser Monastery in Geldern is founded as a Beguine Monastery . It has been handed down that the monastery was founded by three virtuous virgins in order to lead a pious life there according to the third rule of St. Francis of Assisi . It is named after the married couple Jacob and Margarete In gen Hüls, from whom the property was acquired.
- The monastery of La Charité in Burgundy is assumed by the Cistercian Order.
Historical maps and views
Date of birth saved
- January 15 : Afonso V , King of Portugal († 1481 )
- March 2 : Margarethe von Pfalz-Mosbach , Countess of Hanau († 1457 )
- March 30th : Mehmed II , Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, conquered Constantinople in 1453 († 1481 )
- April 12 : Anna of Austria , Austrian princess, Duchess of Saxony and Luxembourg († 1462 )
Exact date of birth unknown
- Diogo de Azambuja , Portuguese navigator and explorer († 1518 )
- Pedro Luis de Borja , Valencian nobleman from the Borgia family, brother of Pope Alexander VI, castellan of Castel Sant'Angelo and lord of the provinces of Terni, Narni, Todi, Rieti, Orvieto, Spoleto, Foligno, Nocera, Assisi, Amelia, Civita Castellana and Nepi († 1458 )
- Sigismondo de 'Conti , Italian humanist, historian and papal secretary († 1512 )
- Hans Bernhard von Eptingen , German nobleman, pilgrim and knight († 1484 )
- Giuliano da Maiano , Italian architect, sculptor and cabinet maker († 1490 )
- Gongkar Künga Namgyel , founder of the Sakya sub-school of the Gongkar tradition of Tibetan Buddhism and the Gongkar Chöde monastery († 1496 )
- Isabel of Portugal , Queen of Portugal († 1455 )
- Lachen Künga Gyeltshen , scholar of the Kadam tradition (bKa 'gdams pa) of Tibetan Buddhism († 1506 )
- Ōta Dōkan , Japanese samurai, lord of the castle († 1486 )
- Luigi Pulci , Florentine poet († 1484 )
- Ulrich Varnbuler , Imperial Bailiff and Mayor of St. Gallen († 1496 )
- Giovanni Battista Cibo, Pope under the name Innocent VIII († 1492 )
- Theda , regent of the county of East Friesland († 1494 )
Born around 1432
- Alvise Cadamosto , also called Ca 'da Mosto, Italian navigator and explorer in the service of Portugal († 1488 )
- Walter Devereux, 1st Baron Ferrers of Chartley , English nobleman and military man († 1485 )
- Albert Glockendon , Nuremberg engraver
- John Gray of Groby , English knight
Date of death secured
- January 3rd : Alexandru cel Bun , ruler of the Principality of Moldova
- February 2 : Elisabetta Visconti , Duchess of Bavaria-Munich (* 1374 )
- May 5 : Carmagnola , Italian general (* around 1390 )
- May 22 : Agnes of Nuremberg , abbess of the Hof monastery (* 1366 )
- May 22nd : Johann von Venningen , German imperial knight, court master at the Palatinate court in Heidelberg
- May 29 : Johannes Holt , German theologian, university professor and canon
- June 13 : Uko Fockena , East Frisian chief of the Moormerland and Emsigerland (* around 1408)
- shortly before July: Régnier Pot , Burgundian knight (* around 1342 )
- before July 2nd: Arnold de Lantins , Franco-Flemish composer and singer of the early Renaissance (* before 1400)
- August 10 : Hans von Burghausen , German architect (* around 1350 / 60 )
- September 24th : Jean de Bertrand , Bishop of Geneva, Archbishop of Tarentaise
- September 27 : Guillaume de Montfort , Bishop of Saint-Malo
- September 29th : Antoine de Toulongeon , French nobleman, governor general of Burgundy (* 1385 )
- October 19 : John Mowbray , English nobleman, 2nd Duke of Norfolk (* 1392 )
Exact date of death unknown
- Gyeltshab Je , important author and lama of the Gelug school of Tibetan Buddhism (* 1364 )
- Janus , King of Cyprus (* 1375 )
- Konekham , ruler of the Lao Kingdom of Lan Xang
- Johann Městecký von Opočno , Bohemian nobleman, warlord and robber baron
- Peter II. Pinzenauer , imperial prelate and provost of the Berchtesgaden monastery
- Ditmar von Thünen , businessman and councilor of the Hanseatic city of Lübeck
- André de Toulongeon , French nobleman, grand stable master of France (* 1390 )