1370 - 1399 A.D.

(Feature Photo: King Richard II of England encountering the soldiers of the Earl of Northumberland, Miniature illustration from the book The Capture and Death of King Richard II; Credit: Wikimedia Commons)

 

1370

RULERS & ROYALTY: Edward III is king of England

 

1371

RULERS & ROYALTY: Edward III is king of England

 

1372

RULERS & ROYALTY: Edward III is king of England

 

1373

RULERS & ROYALTY: Edward III is king of England

 

1374

RULERS & ROYALTY: Edward III is king of England

 

1375

RULERS & ROYALTY: Edward III is king of England

 

1376

RULERS & ROYALTY: Edward III is king of England

 

1377

RULERS & ROYALTY: Edward III, king of England, dies, and Richard II succeeds him

June 21, Edward III, king of England, dies, aged 64, at Sheen Palace in Surrey

 

1378

RULERS & ROYALTY: Richard II is king of England

 

1379

RULERS & ROYALTY: Richard II is king of England

 

1380

RULERS & ROYALTY: Richard II is king of England

  

1381

RULERS & ROYALTY: Richard II is king of England

 

1382

RULERS & ROYALTY: Richard II is king of England

 

1383

RULERS & ROYALTY: Richard II is king of England

The Catholic church, St. Mary del Mar, in Barcelona, Spain, is finished (Photo: Closeup of carved marble detail of what looks like a dragon and another creature with rams horns and wings outside the door, Credit: Deborah Marino, 2022)

1384

RULERS & ROYALTY: Richard II is king of England

 

1385

RULERS & ROYALTY: Richard II is king of England

A sculpture of the Countess consort of Barcelona, Girona and Osona, who died in 1058, is made by Guillem Morell and placed in one of the side chapels in the Cathedral in Girona, Spain; It is said that the gold and red stripes on the sepulcher above her is the earliest representation of the Catalonian flag that is used to this day (Photo Credit: Deborah Marino, 2022)

  

1386

RULERS & ROYALTY: Richard II is king of England

 

1387

RULERS & ROYALTY: Richard II is king of England

 

1388

RULERS & ROYALTY: Richard II is king of England

 

1389

RULERS & ROYALTY: Richard II is king of England

 

1389 

RULERS & ROYALTY: Richard II is king of England

 

1390 

RULERS & ROYALTY: Richard II is king of England

 

1391 

RULERS & ROYALTY: Richard II is king of England

 

1392 

RULERS & ROYALTY: Richard II is king of England

 

1393 

RULERS & ROYALTY: Richard II is king of England

 

1394 

RULERS & ROYALTY: Richard II is king of England

 

1395

RULERS & ROYALTY: Richard II is king of England

 

1396 

RULERS & ROYALTY: Richard II is king of England

 

1397 

RULERS & ROYALTY: Richard II is king of England

 

1398 

RULERS & ROYALTY: Richard II is king of England

 

1399 

RULERS & ROYALTY: Richard II, king of England, abdicates, and Henry IV Bolingbroke succeeds him

 

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1380

RULERS & ROYALTY: Edward III is king of England (House of Plantagenet) –Acamapichtli is the first king of the Aztecs Charles V of France dies and Charles VI becomes king of France

 

1381

RULERS & ROYALTY: Edward III is king of England (House of Plantagenet) –Acamapichtli is the first king of the Aztecs Charles VI is king of France

Peasants Revolt in London

 

1387

RULERS & ROYALTY: Richard II is king of England (last of the House of Plantagenet) – Acamapichtli is the first king of the Aztecs (some records have him dying this year, others say 1403)

Geoffrey Chaucer begins writing The Canterbury Tales (finishes in 1400), in which he tells the tales of different members of society traveling together on crusade/pilgrimage

 

1392

RULERS & ROYALTY: Richard II is king of England (last of the House of Plantagenet) – Joseon dynasty/kingdom begins in Korea when Yi Seonggye is crowned king

 

1394

Prince Henry (the Navigator) of Portugal is born to King John I of Portugal and Philippa of Lancaster, the daughter of John of Gaunt of England

 

1395

The Gyeongbokgung Palace is built in Seoul, Korea and is the royal palace of the Joseon dynasty, at one time the palace grounds covered 40 acres and contained 500 buildings, being a royal city within the capital—a city within a city, interesting! (Later, most of the buildings will be destroyed during the Japanese colonial occupation, but some of the main buildings still stand in downtown Seoul) (A Brief History of Korea)

 

1396

Capital of Korea is moved to Hanyang (modern day Seoul)

 

1397

Ptolemy’s Geography makes it back to Europe by way of Chrysoloras, who was teaching in Florence at this time (The Fourth Part of the World pg. 155)

 

1399

Richard II is dying (he dies next year in February) and Henry IV, the first Lancastrian monarch, becomes king of England