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Year of the Wood Rooster乙酉( at the beginning of the year Wood Monkey甲申)
Syria: 1536/37 ( year October )
Politics and World Affairs
- January: Battle of Mölln
- NOV 7: Regent and Archbishop of Cologne, Engelbert I of Cologne, is killed by followers of his relative, Count Friedrich von Isenberg.
- November 17: Emperor Frederick II concludes with the captive King Valdemar II of Denmark after the Battle of Mölln a contract committing these to return the Slavic areas, with the exception of Ruegen.
- November 17: In the peace treaty after the Battle of Mölln Adolf IV of Holstein receives fallen into captivity Danish Regent Albrecht II of Orlamünde the County of Holstein back that has been taken by the Danes Adolf's father.
- December 21: The one with his son Henry of Schwerin fallen into the captivity of Count Henry I of Schwerin Danish King Waldemar II is released after recognition of high demands. The heavy loads and territorial cessions let him immediately plan countermeasures that will lead in 1227 to the battle of Bornhöved.
- Duke Konrad I of Masovia gives the Teutonic Order in return for fighting the Prussians Culmer the country.
- The Wartburg is to Landgraf residence and the Palas ', the main residential building, is completed.
City rights and notices Ersturkundliche
- Gadebusch in Mecklenburg and Witzenhausen on the Werra get city rights.
- Aegerten, Berenbrock, Boehmenkirch, Buchs, Fräschels, Kamenz, Kürbitz in Vogtland, Lutzelfluh, Muttenz, Sulzbach an der Murr, Thônex Worfelden and are mentioned for the first time in a document.
- Oldest deed of foundation of the University of Cambridge
- 1225: A funeral speech is considered the oldest document of the Hungarian language.
- The instructive parable comes on in the German literature.
- Dukas Comnenus Michael VIII Palaeologus, Byzantine Emperor († 1282)
- After 1225: Mechthild von Baden, first wife of Ulrich I, Count of Württemberg ( † 1268 )
- To 1220/1225: Gerard of Abbeville, master of theology in Paris († 1272 ) (see Web Links 1220 )
- To 1220/1225: John Peckham, the Franciscan theologian and English († 1292 )
- 1225/1226: Thomas Aquinas canonized Dominican philosopher and theologian († 1274)
- . January 03: Adolf III, Count of Holstein and looking castle (* 1160 ); Founder of a settlement on the western banks of the Alster (Hamburg).
- 07 November: Engelbert I of Cologne, Archbishop of Cologne (c. 1185 )
- 07 November: Nikolas Arnason, Norwegian bishop of Oslo