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|Gregorian calendar|| 1286 |
|Ab urbe condita||2039|
|Armenian calendar|| 735 |
|Bahá'í calendar||-558 – -557|
|Coptic calendar||1002 – 1003|
|Ethiopian calendar||1278 – 1279|
|Hebrew calendar||5046 – 5047|
|- Vikram Samvat||1341 – 1342|
|- Shaka Samvat||1208 – 1209|
|- Kali Yuga||4387 – 4388|
|Iranian calendar||664 – 665|
|Islamic calendar||684 – 685|
|- Imperial Year|| Kōki 1946|
|Thai solar calendar||1829|
- March 7 - The Catholicon, a religious Latin dictionary, is completed by John Balbi of Genoa.
- March 19 - King Alexander III of Scotland dies in a horse accident with only Queen Yolande de Dreux's unborn child and the 3-year-old Margaret, Maid of Norway as heirs; this sets the stage for the First war of Scottish Independence and increased influence of England over Scotland.
- In the Lao kingdom of Muang Sua, king Panya Leng is overthrown in a coup d'etat led by his son Panya Khamphong, which is likely to have been supported by the regionally dominant Mongol Empire (Yuan dynasty of China).
- King Philip IV of France imposes the gabelle — a tax on salt in the form of a state monopoly — which would become immensely unpopular and grossly unequal, but persist until 1790.
- Prussians resettled in Sambia stage a famous uprising.
- Kublai Khan plots a final Mongol invasion of Japan, but aborts the plan due to a lack of necessary resources.
- King Rudolph I of Germany declares all Jews to be "serfs of the Treasury", thus negating all their political freedoms.
- March 8 - John III (died 1341)
- June 30 - John de Warenne, English politician (died 1347)
- Sir James Douglas, Scottish patriot (died 1330)
- Hugh the younger Despenser (died 1326)
- Frederick I of Austria (died 1330)
- William III (died 1337)
- March 19 - Alexander III of Scotland (born 1241)
- July 30 - Bar-Hebraeus, Syrian scholar (born 1226)
- October 8 - John I (born 1217)
- November 9 - Roger Northwode, English statesman (born 1230)
- Abul-Faraj, Armenian historian (born 1226)
- Hugh de Balsham, Bishop of Ely
- Eric V of Denmark (born 1249)
- William of Moerbeke, English Dominican classicist (born 1215)
- In the Video game MediEvil, the Battle of Gallowmere, Scotland, sir Daniel Fortesque leads Scottish rebels towards the evil Fictional character wizard Zarok and his army. Fortesque dies, but Zarok is defeated and vanquished, but to return 100 years later.
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People of the year 1286 at Familypedia
21 people were born in 1286
15 children were born to the 9 women born in 1286
15 people died in 1286
892 people lived in 1286
Events of the year 1286 at FamilypediaEdit
17 people were married in 1286.
There were 0 military battles in 1286.