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|1285 in poetry|
|Gregorian calendar|| 1285 |
|Ab urbe condita||2038|
|Armenian calendar|| 734 |
|Bahá'í calendar||-559 – -558|
|Coptic calendar||1001 – 1002|
|Ethiopian calendar||1277 – 1278|
|Hebrew calendar||5045 – 5046|
|- Vikram Samvat||1340 – 1341|
|- Shaka Samvat||1207 – 1208|
|- Kali Yuga||4386 – 4387|
|Iranian calendar||663 – 664|
|Islamic calendar||683 – 684|
|- Imperial Year|| Kōki 1945|
|Thai solar calendar||1828|
- January 6 - Archbishop Jakub Świnka orders all priests subject to his bishopry in Poland to deliver sermons in Polish rather than German, thus further unifying the Catholic Church in Poland and fostering a national identity.
- April 2 - Pope Honorius IV succeeds Pope Martin IV as the 190th pope.
- April 25 - Mamluk sultan Qalawun begins a siege of the Crusader fortress of Margat (in present-day Syria), a major stronghold of the Knights Hospitaller thought to be impregnable; he captures the fortress a month later.
- September 4 - Roger of Lauria defeats King Philip III of France in a naval battle off of Barcelona.
- The writ Circumspecte Agatis, issued by King Edward I of England, defines the jurisdictions of church and state in England, thereby limiting the church's judicial powers to ecclesiastical cases only.
- The Second statute of Westminster is passed in England, reforming various laws; it includes the famous clause de donis conditionalibus, considered one of the fundamental institutes of medieval law in England.
- The English romantic poem The Lay of Havelok the Dane is written (approximate date).
- Tran Hung Dao leads Vietnamese forces in victory over an invading Yuan dynasty Mongol army.
- March 9 - Emperor Go-Nijo of Japan (died 1308)
- May 1 - Edmund FitzAlan, English politician (died 1326)
- December 6 - King Ferdinand IV of Castile (died 1312)
- Al-Nasr Muhammad, sultan of Egypt (died 1341)
- Ziauddin Barani, historian and political thinker of the Delhi Sultanate (died 1357)
- Patrick Dunbar (died 1369)
- March 24 - Daumantas, Grand Prince of Lithuania
- March 28 - Pope Martin IV
- May 13 - Robert de Ros
- May 20 - John II of Jerusalem, King of Cyprus (born 1259)
- October 5 - King Philip III of France (born 1245)
- November 11 - King Peter III of Aragon (born 1239)
- Tile Kolup, German imposter
- Philip I of Savoy (born 1207)
- Rutebeuf, French troubadour
- King Charles I of Sicily (born 1227)
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People of the year 1285 at Familypedia
37 people were born in 1285
20 children were born to the 17 women born in 1285
23 people died in 1285
922 people lived in 1285
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13 people were married in 1285.
There were 0 military battles in 1285.