What Happened In History Year 1328
Historical Events for the Year 1328
- 1st May » Wars of Scottish Independence end: By the Treaty of Edinburgh–Northampton the Kingdom of England recognises the Kingdom of Scotland as an independent state.
- 12th May » Antipope Antipope Nicholas V or Nicholas V, a claimant to the papacy, is consecrated in Rome by the Bishop of Venice.
- 26th May » William of Ockham, the Franciscans known as Franciscan Minister-General Michael of Cesena and two other Franciscan leaders secretly leave Avignon, fearing a death sentence from Pope John XXII.
- 29th May » Philip VI of France or Philip VI is crowned List of French monarchs called King of France.
- 16th August » The House of Gonzaga seizes power in the Duchy of Mantua, and will rule until 1708.
- 23rd August » Battle of Cassel (1328) Battle of Cassel: Kingdom of France French troops stop an uprising of Flemish people Flemish farmers.
Famous Birthdays in 1328
- 7th May » Louis II, Elector of Brandenburg (d. 1365)
- 25th June » William de Montacute, 2nd Earl of Salisbury, English commander (d. 1397)
- 29th September » Joan of Kent (d. 1385)
- 9th October » Peter I of Cyprus (d. 1369)
- 21st October » Hongwu Emperor of China (d. 1398)
Famous Deaths in History for 1328
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