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|Gregorian calendar|| 1284 |
|Ab urbe condita||2037|
|Armenian calendar|| 733 |
|Bahá'í calendar||-560 – -559|
|Coptic calendar||1000 – 1001|
|Ethiopian calendar||1276 – 1277|
|Hebrew calendar||5044 – 5045|
|- Vikram Samvat||1339 – 1340|
|- Shaka Samvat||1206 – 1207|
|- Kali Yuga||4385 – 4386|
|Iranian calendar||662 – 663|
|Islamic calendar||682 – 683|
|- Imperial Year|| Kōki 1944|
|Thai solar calendar||1827|
War and politicsEdit
- King Charles II of Naples is captured in a naval battle off Naples by Roger of Lauria, admiral to King Peter III of Aragon.
- The Statute of Rhuddlan is created, formally incorporating Wales into England in the entity England and Wales.
- The Italian city-state of Genoa defeats its rival Pisa in the naval Battle of Meloria, ending Pisa's marine power and hastening the city's decline in power.
- Stefan Dragutin, king of Serbia, receives Belgrade, Syrmia, and other territories from Hungary when his son marries the king of Hungary's cousin.
- Mamluk sultan of Egypt Qalawun signs a ten-year truce with the Crusader city of Acre; he will violate the truce on pretexts in 1290.
- Second Mongol Golden Horde attack against Hungary, led by Nogai Khan.
- The Kingdom of Germany imposes a trade embargo on Norway due to the latter pillaging a German ship. The embargo cut off vital supplies of grain, flour, vegetables and beer, causing a general famine.
- The German city of Hamburg is destroyed by a fire.
- Peterhouse, the oldest college at the University of Cambridge, is founded by Hugo de Balsham.
- The Republic of Venice begins coining the ducat, a gold coin that is to become the standard of European coinage for the following 600 years.
- Construction on the Cathédrale Saint-Pierre de Beauvais is interrupted by a partial collapse of the choir; the event unnerves French masons working in the Gothic style.
- Jean de Meun translates Vegetius' 4th century military treatise De Re Militari from Latin into French.
- April 25 - King Edward II of England (died 1327)
- John I (died 1299)
- Count Edward of Savoy (died 1329)
- March 24 - Hugh III of Cyprus
- April 4 - King Alfonso X of Castile (born 1221)
- August 19 - Alphonso, son of Edward I of England (born 1273)
- Siger of Brabant, Flemish theologian
- Adelaide of Holland, regent of Holland
- Tekuder, Khan of the Mongol Empire
- Hōjō Tokimune, regent of Japan (born 1251)
- June 26 - According to legend, the Pied Piper of Hamelin visits the German town of Hamelin and leads 130 children to their deaths, as told in the tales of the Brothers Grimm and many others.
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People of the year 1284 at Familypedia
10 people were born in 1284
7 children were born to the 5 women born in 1284
12 people died in 1284
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