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Heads of State
Year of the Fire Dog丙戌( at the beginning of the year Wood Rooster乙酉)
Syria: 1597/98 ( the year in October )
Politics and World Affairs
Europe and the Mediterranean
- January 6: Philip IV is crowned and anointed in the cathedral of Reims to the French king.
- November 22: In Finderup Jutland, the Danish King Erik V. clipping is stabbed with several stitches. About the identity of the murderer, there is uncertainty.
- Meinhard II becomes duke of Carinthia.
- Abu Yaqub Yusuf becomes ruler of Marinids in Morocco.
- First mention of Epfenbach, Musbach, Namlos, Rammingen and Reilingen.
- First mention of the Leper Hospital Gutleuthof from which the district of Frankfurt Gutleutviertel derives its name.
- The French king Philip IV lifts first time the Gabelle, a salt tax.
Religion and Culture
- Pentecost, the General Chapter of the Dominicans in Paris: The liability of Thomism for the members of the Order is increased; they are the teaching of Thomas Aquinas spread, as much as they can, and they will defend it against attacks.
- The Magdalene channels are temporarily attached to the Dominican Order.
- The Dominican Johannes Balbus written a great Latin dictionary ( ' Catholicon ') with Latin grammar.
- Due to an utterance of Meister Eckhart in his Responsio of 1326 was repeated believed he had been in 1277 or this year in Paris.
- Petrus de Alvernia, former Rector of the University of Paris, is a canon of Paris (see 1275 ).
- Thaddeus Florentinus ( Alderotti ) (* 1223 ), scholastic doctor of Bologna, Pope Honorius IV treated for 100 gold pieces per day ( Stone, Culture timetable).
Nature and Environment
- Germany: Severe winter, extreme cold, the Baltic Sea to freeze. The spring is cold and snowy.
- Hugh le Despenser, favorite of Edward II of England († 1326)
- James Douglas, Lord of Douglas, Scottish military commander († 1330)
- June 30th: Gregorius Bar - Hebraeus, doctor, historian, scholar and Catholicos of the Syriac Orthodox Church of Antioch ( * 1226 )
- 4/5 July: Hartmann von Dillingen, Bishop of Augsburg
- September 25: Matthew of Vendôme, abbot of St. Denis
- October 8: John I of Dreux, Duke of Brittany (* 1217 )
- Before 31 October: Gwendolyn by Eisenberg, Margrave of Meissen and Landgrave of Thuringia (* 1245 )
- November 22: Erik V, King of Denmark since 1259 (* 1249 ).
- William of Moerbeke, Flemish clergyman and translator of ancient writings (c. 1215)
- Bertram Morneweg, alderman of Lübeck
- Sofia Eriksdotter of Denmark, Queen of Sweden
- Abu Yaqub Yusuf, Sultan of Marinids in Morocco.
- ( 1287 or 1306) Adam de la Halle, French poet and composer, Troubadour (c. 1237 ).
- 1286: Bernhard I, Lord of Werle (* 1245 )