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|Gregorian calendar|| 1346 |
|Ab urbe condita||2099|
|Armenian calendar|| 795 |
|Bahá'í calendar||-498 – -497|
|Coptic calendar||1062 – 1063|
|Ethiopian calendar||1338 – 1339|
|Hebrew calendar||5106 – 5107|
|- Vikram Samvat||1401 – 1402|
|- Shaka Samvat||1268 – 1269|
|- Kali Yuga||4447 – 4448|
|Iranian calendar||724 – 725|
|Islamic calendar||746 – 747|
|- Imperial Year|| Kōki 2006|
|Thai solar calendar||1889|
- April 16 - Serbian Empire was proclaimed in Skopje by Dusan Silni, occupying much of the South-Eastern Europe.
- July 11 - Charles IV of Luxembourg elected emperor of the Holy Roman Empire.
- August 26 - Battle of Crécy, after which Edward the Black Prince honoured the bravery of John I and King of Bohemia (also known as John the Blind), who was killed in the fighting, by adopting his arms and motto: "Ich Dien" or "I Serve"
In addition to the victory at Crécy, the English armies have an annus mirabilis, with further victories over the French at Caen and near Calais, over Scotland at the Battle of Neville's Cross and the Bretons at the Battle of St Pol de Leon during the Hundred Years' War.
- Battle of Calry Lough Gill in Ireland
- Widespread warfare between the Irish and Anglo-Irish, and internal warfare among the Irish and Anglo-Irish themselves, in Leinster
- Foundation of the University of Valladolid.
- Foundation of Pembroke College, University of Cambridge.
- Denmark sells Northern-Estonia to the Teutonic Knights. See Danish Estonia.
- Number of banks in Florence collapse, due to internal problems in Florence, contributed by, but not caused by as some historians have claimed, King Edward III of England defaulting on some of his loans (see reference).
- Ibn Battuta returns to Mecca.
- Richard FitzAlan (died 1397)
- Philip I (died 1361)
- Eustache Deschamps, French poet (died 1405)
- John I (died 1390)
- August 26 - Killed in the Battle of Crécy:
- John Randolph
- Eustace Folville, English outlaw
- MacKenny, Richard; The City State, 1500-1700. Humanities Press International, Inc: Atlantic Highlands, NJ.
- Hunt, Edwin; “Dealings of the Bradi and Peruzzi” Journal of Economic History, 50, 1 (1990).
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People of the year 1346 at Familypedia
12 people were born in 1346
5 children were born to the 4 women born in 1346
21 people died in 1346
837 people lived in 1346
Events of the year 1346 at FamilypediaEdit
9 people were married in 1346.
There were 2 military battles in 1346.
|Battle of Crécy||26 August 1346 JL|
|Siege of Calais (1346-7)||4 September 1346 JL|