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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › 1420s_BC1420s BC - Wikipedia

    The Egyptian Empire signs a peace treaty with the Kingdom of Mitanni (approximately 1420s BC). Pharaoh Thutmose IV marries Mutemwiya, daughter of the Mitanni king Artatama I, and recognizes their borders. Both kings frequently refer to one another as 'beloved brothers', and grant one another great gifts.

  2. 1400 BC—Estimation: Thebes, capital of Egypt becomes the largest city of the world, taking the lead from Memphis in Egypt. c. 1400 BC— Assyrians became very powerful. c. Beginning of Mycenaean era. c. 1400 BC—The center of political and cultural power in the Aegean has shifted from Crete to mainland Greece, which at that time is home to ...

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › 1420s1420s - Wikipedia

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    January–December

    1. March – The Çelebi Sultan Mehmed Mosque in Didymoteichois inaugurated. 2. May 21 – Treaty of Troyes: With the Burgundian faction dominant in France, King Charles VI of France acknowledges Henry V of Englandas his heir, and as virtual ruler of most of France. 3. May 25 – Henry the Navigator is appointed governor of the Portuguese Order of Christ. 4. June 2 – Catherine of Valois marries King Henry V of England. 5. June 7 – Troops of the Republic of Venice capture Udine after a long siege, en...

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    1. Henry V of England commences construction of the ship Grace Dieu. 2. Tang Saierstarts a rebellion against the emperor of China, and takes two cities with her rebel army, before she is defeated. 3. Construction begins on the Temple of Heaven in Beijing, China, while the palace complex of the Forbidden City is completed. In this year the Yongle Emperor confers the title "Beijing" ("Northern Capital") for the Ming Dynasty's new capital city, replacing Nanjing. 4. Radu II Praznaglava, supporte...

    January–December

    1. February 2 – Yongle Emperor, third emperor of the Ming Dynasty, shifts the Ming capital from Nanking to Peking. 2. March 3 – Zheng Hereceives imperial order from Yongle Emperor to bring imperial letters, silk products, and other gifts to various rulers of countries around the Indian Ocean. 3. March 21 – Battle of Baugé: A small French force surprises and defeats a smaller English force under Thomas, Duke of Clarence, a brother of Henry V of England, in Normandy. 4. May 26 – Mehmed I, Sulta...

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    1. John III of Dampierre, Marquis of Namur, sells his estates to Philip the Good, Duke of Burgundy. 2. The first patent is issued by the Republic of Florence. 3. Portuguese sailors sent by Henry the Navigator cross Cape Non, going as far as Cape Bojador. 4. Traditional date – Larabanga Mosque is founded, in modern-day northern Ghana.

    January–December

    1. January 10 – Hussite Wars – Battle of Deutschbrod: The Hussites defeat 2,000 Royalist Crusaders. 2. March 21–May 2 – Hundred Years' War – Siege of Meaux: Meauxsurrenders to the English. 3. June 10–September – The Ottoman sultan Murad II besieges Constantinople; the siege is broken off as a result of the rebellion of Küçük Mustafa. 4. August 22 – Use of the Spanish era dating system in the Kingdom of Portugalceases. 5. September 1 – Henry VI becomes King of England, aged nine months. 6. Sep...

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    1. Ottoman forces overrun the last domains of Constantine II of Bulgaria, who dies in exile at the Serbian court, ending the Bulgarian Empire. 2. On the Italian Peninsula, Venice has a population of 84,000, of which 200 men rule the city, while Florencehas a population of 40,000, of which 600 men rule the city.

    January–December

    1. April 27 – Hussite Wars – Battle of Hořice: The Taborites decisively beat the Utraquists. 2. May 21–22 – Byzantine–Ottoman Wars: The Ottoman governor of Thessaly, Turakhan Beg, breaks through the Hexamilion wall, and ravages the PeloponnesePeninsula. 3. July 31 – Hundred Years' War – Battle of Cravant: The French army is defeated at Cravant, on the banks of the River Yonne near Auxerre, by the English and their Burgundianallies. 4. August – The Treaty of Sveti Srdj ends the Second Scutari...

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    1. The three independent boroughs of Pamplonaare united into a single town by royal decree, after centuries of feuds. 2. Dan II of Wallachia, with Hungarian help, wins two battles against the Ottomans.

    January–December

    1. June 2 – Battle of L'Aquila: Jacopo Caldora and Micheletto Attendolo, for the Kingdom of Naples, defeat Braccio da Montone, for Alfonso V of Aragon. 2. August 17 – Battle of Verneuil: An English force under John, Duke of Bedford defeats a larger French army under the Duke of Alençon, John Stewart, and Earl Archibald of Douglas. Alençon is captured and Douglas killed.

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    1. Dalmatia: Aliota Capenna, lord of Lesina (nowadays Hvar), offers his realm to the Republic of Venice (also said to have occurred in 1409 and 1421).

    November 9 – Kale Kye-Taung Nyo becomes King of Ava by having his lover, Queen Shin Bo-Me, assassinate his 8-year-old nephew, King Min Hla.
    December 9 – The Old University of Leuven, Belgiumis founded.
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    March 6 – Battle of St. James (near Avranches): An English army under John, Duke of Bedford, defeats the French under Arthur de Richemont, forcing the Duke of Brittanyto recognize English suzerainty.
    c. May 15 - 16 – Kale Kye-Taung Nyo, ruler of the Kingdom of Ava, flees his capital. He is succeeded by Mohnyin Thado, who receives Thinkhaya III of Toungoo.
    June 16 – Hussite Wars – Battle of Usti nad Labem: The Hussitesdecisively beat the crusading armies in the Fourth Anti-Hussite Crusade.
    July 7 – Battle of Chirokitia: King Janus of Cyprus is defeated and captured by the Mamluksand brought to Egypt, where he is ransomed after ten months.

    January–December

    1. January – Spring – Radu II of Wallachia resumes the throne for the fourth time, but a seven-year struggle for it ends when he is defeated in battle, and probably killed, by Dan II, who resumes the throne for a fifth term. 2. April – The House of Balsic's rule of Montenegro comes to an end with the death of Balša III. 3. August 4 – Hussite Wars: Battle of Tachov – The Hussites decisively beat the crusaderarmies, ending the Fourth Anti-Hussite Crusade. 4. August 17 – The first band of Gypsie...

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    1. Gabriel V is elected Patriarch of the Coptic Churchfor the second time. 2. Minrekyansa becomes King of Ava (ancient Burma). 3. The Conflict of Druimnacour occurs in Sutherland, Scotland. 4. The first witch hunts begin, in Switzerland. 5. The Celestine Order is established in France. 6. The Celebration of Sant Jordi (Saint George) begins in Catalonia (he will later become its patron saint). 7. Bremen is expelled from the Hanseatic League. 8. Diogo de Silves, Portuguese navigator, discovers...

    January–December

    1. February 2 – 1428 Catalonia earthquake. The earthquake took place during Candlemas, struck the region of Catalonia, especially Roussillon, with an epicentre near Camprodon. The earthquake was one of a series of related seismic events that shook Catalonia in a single year. Beginning on 23 February 1427, tremors were felt in March, April, 15 May at Olot. 2. June 3 – Dan II leads an army against the Ottomans at Golubac Fortress, obtaining a treaty that will allow him a semi-peaceful rule in W...

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    1. Itzcóatl becomes 1st emperor of the Aztec Empire. 2. The Aztec Triple Alliance (also known as The Aztec Empire) forms with the alliance of three Aztec city-states—Tenochtitlán, Texcoco, and Tlacopán—and defeats Azcapotzalco to win control of the Valley of Mexico. 3. The Valais witch trialsbegin. 4. A serious fire occurs at Baynard's Castle in London, England. 5. Voices tell Joan of Arc that Charles VII of France must be crowned, and the English expelled from France. 6. Lam Sơn uprising: Lê...

    January–December

    1. February 12 – Battle of Rouvray (or "of the Herrings"): English forces under Sir John Fastolf defend a supply convoy, which is carrying rations (food) to the army of William de la Pole, 4th Earl of Suffolk at Orléans, from attack by the Comte de Clermont and John Stewart. 2. April 29 – Siege of Orléans: Joan of Arc enters Orléanswith a relief expedition. 3. May 7 – The Tourelles, the last English siege fortification at Orléans, falls. Joan of Arcbecomes the hero of the battle by returning,...

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    1. Fire destroys Turku. 2. A series of seven customs offices and barriers are installed along the Grand Canal of China, during the reign of the Ming Dynasty's Yongle Emperor.

  4. The 1420s BC is a decade which lasted from 1429 BC to 1420 BC. This BC year article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.

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    The 1410s BC is a decade which lasted from 1419 BC to 1410 BC.. Events and trends. 1420 BC—Hebrew Exodus from Egypt (one proposed date).; 1420 BC—Incumbent Shahram from Persia declared his kingdom.

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