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|Gregorian calendar|| 1287 |
|Ab urbe condita||2040|
|Armenian calendar|| 736 |
|Bahá'í calendar||-557 – -556|
|Coptic calendar||1003 – 1004|
|Ethiopian calendar||1279 – 1280|
|Hebrew calendar||5047 – 5048|
|- Vikram Samvat||1342 – 1343|
|- Shaka Samvat||1209 – 1210|
|- Kali Yuga||4388 – 4389|
|Iranian calendar||665 – 666|
|Islamic calendar||685 – 686|
|- Imperial Year|| Kōki 1947|
|Thai solar calendar||1830|
- January 17 - The treaty of San Agayz is signed. King Alfonso III of Aragon conquers the island of Minorca from the Moors.
- December 14 - A fringing barrier between the North Sea and a shallow lake in Holland collapses during a heavy storm, causing the fifth largest flood in recorded history which creates the Zuider Zee inlet and kills over 50,000 people; it also gives sea access to Amsterdam, allowing its development as an important port city.
- The English city of Old Winchelsea on Romney Marsh is destroyed by catastrophic flooding during a severe storm; a new town of the same name is later constructed some two miles away on higher ground.
- The Altar of St. James at the Cathedral of San Zeno in Pistoia, Italy — a masterwork of the silversmithing trade containing nearly a ton of silver — is begun; it will not be completed for nearly 200 years.
- King Edward I of England arrests the heads of Jewish households, and demands their communities pay hefty ransoms for their release.
- Construction on the Cathedral of Uppsala is begun; it will not be completed until 1435.
- Third Mongol Golden Horde attack against Poland, led by khan Talabuga and Nogai Khan. Lublin, Mazovia, Sandomierz and Sieradz was ravaged by the invaders, who were defeated in Kraków.
- The first appearance of Bruntal coat of arms
- Mamluk sultan Qalawun captures the port city of Latakia in present-day Syria.
- Mongol Ilhan Arghun Khan dispatches Rabban Bar Sauma to the leaders of Europe to negotiate an alliance against Muslim states, specifically the Mamluk sultanate of Egypt.
- Kings Mengrai of the Lanna kingdom and Ramkhamhaeng the Great of the Sukhothai kingdom agree to a peace pact in their region of southeast Asia (present-day Thailand).
- The Theravada Buddhist kingdom at Pagan falls to the invading Mongol Empire in the Battle of Pagan.
- January 24 - Richard Aungerville, English writer and bishop (died 1345)
- April 25 - Roger Mortimer, de facto ruler of England (died 1330)
- Robert III of Artois
- April 3 - Pope Honorius IV
- August 31 - Konrad von Würzburg, German poet
- October 19 - Bohemund VII of Tripoli
- Llywelyn ap Dafydd, a Welsh prince, in his prison at Bristol Castle.
- Hu Sansheng, Chinese historian (born 1230)
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People of the year 1287 at Familypedia
15 people were born in 1287
6 children were born to the 4 women born in 1287
28 people died in 1287
950 people lived in 1287
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12 people were married in 1287.
There were 0 military battles in 1287.