- Beginning of the reign of Yedji, sovereign Haoussa of Kano (fine in 1384). It converts with the Islam under the influence of the tradesmen mandingues. The majority of the cities haoussas approach Islam at the 14th century, but Haoussas remain however in majority Animistes.
- First Chinese establishment with Singapore.
The Middle East
Continuation of the epidemic of Plague
See also: Black Death
January 13rd: Disorders in Flanders ( Goede maandag ). The fullers of Ypres, Bruges and Ghent massacre the tisserands, which will take their revenge in 1350… the Gantese constitution will devote the victory of the average trades: the poorters (high bourgeoisies) will be minority with the échevinage dominated by the tisserands and the trades means.
- January 24th: Giovanni Visconti reign on Milan (fine in 1354).
- February 13rd: Jean the Good wife Jeanne of Boulogne.
- February 14th: Pogrom with Strasbourg: 900 Jews, shown to have propagated the plague, are carried out.
- March 30th: Humbert II of the Viennese, in bad financial and political posture, yields the Dauphiné to king de France with the treated Novels. The crown prince to the throne to France, Charles, grandson of the king, takes the title of dolphin.
- the king of France respects regional freedoms of Dauphine, in particular those of the Juifs, which however emigrate of themselves towards the Provence.
- April 18th: Jacques III, last king independent of Majorque, relieved in 1344, resells the town of Montpellier to the France to be able to reconstitute an army and to continue its fight against Pierre IV of Aragon.
- Be: The Black Death arrives at Bergen by a boat from England. It invades the very whole Norway, decimating the population (1349-1363). The country leaves the test extremely weakened. The nobility is practically destroyed.
- July 14th: Pierre de Guéméné (or Pierre Benoit ) is named bishop of Saint-Malo. It will remain it until its nomination like bishop of Rennes in 1359.
- August 24th: The plague reached Elbląg, in Poland.
- Fall: The Black Death appears in Prussia and is propagated until 1351: Frankfurt is reached in December 1349. Hamburg would have lost 66% of its population, Bremen 70%, the Pomérélie 42%. The depopulation stops colonization in the East. The lords control the free peasants to fix them at the ground.
- October 6th: Beginning of the reign of Charles II '' the Bad '' (1322 - 1387), king of Navarre.
- October 20th: The pope Clément VI declares heretic the sect of the Whipping S and endeavors to dissolve it.
- October 25th:
- Battle of Lluchmayor (Majorque) which puts an end to the Royaume of Majorque.
- Creation of the despotat of Mistra which extends on all the Byzantine Morée, controlled by the brothers where wire of the emperors. Manuel Cantacuzène is despotic of Mistra until in 1380.
- December: The plague devastates London.
- nonwell informed or unknown Dates :
- Jeanne Ire of Naples is isolated capacity by her husband Louis de Tarente. It vainly tries to reconquer it with the assistance of Robert of the Beams, who is killed in 1353.
- Valdemar Atterdag reconquers all the provinces lost by the Denmark, including the Scanie and the territories external with the kingdom (fine in 1360).
- Annexation of the Ruthénie, by Casimir III (Kamizierz) Large the, of Halicz to Wlodzimierz (Galicie).
- Etienne Douchan promulgates a code of laws in Serbia, the Dušanov Zakonik (1349 and 1354).
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the Black Death causes a great crisis in the Scandinavian country world. Labor is done rare, of the grounds fall down in waste land and from the farms are deserted. The Sweden is depopulated with the profit of the colonization of the Finland. The land incomes crumble, following the fall of the rate of the royalties and with the rise of the wages. Danish peasants, ruined independent owners, place themselves in certain provinces under the authority of a lord or a close monastery.
Births in 1349
Death in 1349
- January 24th: Lucien Visconti
- April 3rd: Guillaume d' Occam, philosopher and theologist English.
- October 6th: Jeanne II of Navarre, girl of the king Louis X Hutin and of Marguerite of Burgundy, widow of the king de Navarre Philippe III the Good.
- October 25th: Jacques III of Majorque
- nonwell informed or unknown Dates :
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