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    14th century. Tamerlane The Conqueror, the founder of the Timurid Empire. As a means of recording the passage of time, the 14th century was a century lasting from 1 January 1301 ( MCCCI ), to 31 December 1400 ( MCD ). It is estimated that the century witnessed the death of more than 45 million lives from political and natural disasters in both ...

  2. 14th century - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 14th century From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The 14th century was the century from 1301 to 1400 . Decades and years Note: years before or after the 14th century are in italics . Related pages Italian Renaissance Wars of Scottish Independence Japan Kamakura period

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  3. The 14th century BC is a century that lasted from the year 1400 BC until 1301 BC. Near East in 1400 BCE. Contents 1 Events 1.1 Middle East 1.2 Europe 2 References Events 1350 – 1250 BC: The Bajío phase of the San Lorenzo site in Mexico; large public buildings are constructed.

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    1323 – The name Pléiade is adopted by a group of fourteen poets (seven men and seven women) in Toulouse.
    1324: 3 May (Holy Cross Day) – The Consistori del Gay Saber, founded the previous year in Toulouse to revive and perpetuate the lyric poetry of the Old Occitan troubadors, holds its first contest....
    1327
    1329: February – French poet and composer Guillaume de Machaut is brought to the Siege of Medvėgalis by John of Bohemiaso the king's crusading deeds can be commemorated in song and poetry.
    c. 1300
    c. 1300–10
    Early to mid-14th century
    1307
    1303 – Bridget of Sweden(Birgitta Birgersdotter), Swedish mystic, writer and saint (died 1373)
    1304 – Petrarch(Francesco Petrarca) Tuscan poet (died 1374)
    1313 – Giovanni Boccaccio, Italian writer (died 1375)
    c. 1315 or 1317 – Hafez, Persian poet (died 1390)
    After 1306 – Adam de la Halle, French trouvèrepoet (born c. 1237)
    1308 – Duns Scotus, Scottish philosopher and theologian (born c. 1266)
    1309 – Angela of Foligno, Italian mystic and saint (born 1248)
    1310: 1 June – Marguerite Porete, French mystic (burnt as heretic, year of birth unknown)
  4. Pages in category "14th century" The following 4 pages are in this category, out of 4 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

  5. El siglo xiv d. C. ( siglo decimocuarto después de Cristo) o siglo xiv e. c. ( siglo decimocuarto de la era común) comenzó el 1 de enero de 1301 y terminó el 31 de diciembre de 1400. Es conocido como el « Siglo de la Peste ». Europa en 1328 Los estados sucesores del Imperio mongol en 1335.

  6. The 14th century was also a time in which movements of widely varying character worked for the reform of the institutional church, such as conciliarism, Lollardy and the Hussites. Spiritual movements such as the Devotio Moderna also flourished. Notable authors include: Catherine of Siena

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