This page relates to the year 1380 Calendrier Julien.
March 8th: The Russian prince Dimitri Donskoï demolishes the Mongols of the Horde of Gold, ordered by Mamaï, with Kulikovo (field of the woodcocks), with the confluence of the Don and the Népriavda.
- Togtamich, khan of the White Horde (steppes of the Syr-Daria), general of Tamerlan, overcomes Mamaï on the Khalkha and proclaims khan Horde of Gold. Mamaï will be carried out by tradesmen génois in the Crimea.
- Togtamich restores for a time the unit of the Gold Horde. It obliges the Russian princes again to go to Saraï with tributes, but those refuse.
- Taken control of the Norway and Iceland (Norwegian property) by the Denmark. Iceland will obtain independence only in 1918.
- the king of Denmark Olav Haakonson reign in Norway under the supervision of his/her mother, Margrethe Valdemarsdotter, under the name of Olav V (fine in 1387).
- June 24th: Capitulation of Genoa in the War of Chioggia.
- Génois which seized Chioggia threaten the lagoon of Venice. The admiral Pisani reverses the situation and destroys the fleet génoise. Venice ensures its sovereignty on the the Eastern Mediterranean.
- About 1380, Venice becomes the most dynamic city of the world, “the pole of the economy world” (Braudel) until worms 1500, substitute Bruges.
- Jeanne Ire of Naples indicates Louis Ier of Anjou as heir with depends on Charles on Lasted which revolts.
- January 20th: Louis, duke of Anjou makes his entry with Montpellier revolted. After its failure in the administration of Languedoc he is recalled in May and is replaced by Bertrand Of Guesclin.
- June with July: Bertrand Of Guesclin combat Truck drivers in the Bourbonnais and the Auvergne.
- July 12th: The constable of the garrison of Louviers, inspecting the walls about midnight, finds a guettor deadened, whereas the city is with the danger of the enemies, and, of anger, the head runs up to him violently a guérite of wood and kills it.
- July 13rd: Died of Bertrand Of Guesclin.
- September 16th: Beginning of the reign of Charles VI, known as the Beloved, king de France (until in 1422). Minor, it reigns under the supervision of his uncles the dukes of Anjou, of Berry, of Burgundy and Bourbon (fine in 1388).
- October 2nd: Louis, Duc of Anjou is declared regent of the kingdom of France.
- November 4th: Crown Charles VI with Rheims.
- November 19th: Charles VI names Jean de Berry general lieutenant of Languedoc.
- November 28th: Olivier de Clisson becomes Connétable of France.
- the English control nothing any more in France but the ports of Calais, Cherbourg, Brest, the Bordelais and the area of Bayonne.
- the emperor ming Hongwu makes manage the China north by civils servant of midday and that of the south by civils servant of north. It abolishes the imperial secretariat which had been the principal central administrative body during the preceding dynasties.
The Middle East
Arts & cultures
- Beginning of the construction of the Cathedral of Canterbury (style “Gothic perpendicular”).
- Beginning of the construction of Church of Notre-Dame de Týn with Prague.
- Handwritten of Celovec or Rateče, written in Slovenien dialect .
- Poland: The religious orders beggars of the Dominican S, the Franciscain S and the Augustinien S have 82 monasteries in the ecclesiastical province of Gniezno.
Sciences and technology
- Sevillana medicina , treated medicine of the Juif converses Mossé de Roquemaure, doctor with Avignon, written with Seville.
Discovered cast iron in Europe.
Births in 1380
- September 8th: Bernardin of His.
- Antonio Pisano known as Pisanello (approximate date), painter, medaillist and miniaturist Italy N, with Pisa.
Death in 1380
- April 29th: Catherine of His, with Rome, mystic and member of the Third-Order of François saint (born in 1347).
- July 13rd: Bertrand Of Guesclin, Constable of France, the 13 or July 14th at the time of the seat of Châteauneuf-with-Randon.
- September 16th: Charles V Wise the, king de France.
- August or September: Håkon VI of Norway
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