Find out what all happened in the first half of the 14. century

Stephen Uroš III is crowned King of Serbia. (6. January 1322)

Alfonso IV becomes King of Portugal. (7. January 1325)

The Jewish population of Basel, Switzerland, believed by the residents to be the cause of the ongoing Black Death, is rounded up and incinerated. (9. January 1349)

Andrew III of Hungary dies, ending the Árpád dynasty in Hungary. (14. January 1301)

Arnošt of Pardubice becomes the last bishop of Prague and, subsequently, the first Archbishop of Prague. (14. January 1343)

Duke Wladyslaw Lokietek becomes king of Poland. (20. January 1320)

A strong earthquake strikes the South Alpine region of Friuli in modern Italy, causing considerable damage to buildings as far away as Rome. (25. January 1348)

King Edward III of England is declared King of France. (26. January 1340)

Dante Alighieri, the poet and politician is exiled from Florence, Italy, where he served as one of six priors governing the city. (27. January 1302)

Pope Clement VI issues the papal bull Unigenitus to justify the power of the pope and the use of indulgences. Nearly 200 years later, Martin Luther would protest this. (27. January 1343)

Teenaged Edward III is crowned King of England, but the country is ruled by his mother Queen Isabella and her lover Roger Mortimer. (1. February 1327)

King John of Bohemia captures Medvėgalis, an important fortress of the pagan Grand Duchy of Lithuania, and baptizes 6,000 of its defenders (1. February 1329)

Edward of Caernarvon (later King Edward II of England) becomes the first English Prince of Wales. (7. February 1301)

The Byzantine civil war of 1341–1347 ends with a power-sharing agreement between John VI Kantakouzenos and John V Palaiologos. (8. February 1347)

In front of the high altar of Greyfriars Church in Dumfries, Robert the Bruce murders John Comyn sparking revolution in the Scottish Wars of Independence (10. February 1306)

The central tower of Ely Cathedral falls on the night of 12th-13th. (13. February 1322)

Several hundred Jews are burned to death by mobs while the remainder of their population is forcibly removed from the city of Strasbourg. (14. February 1349)

Amda Seyon I, Emperor of Ethiopia begins his campaigns in the southern Muslim provinces. (18. February 1332)

The Milanese army and the St. George's (San Giorgio) Mercenaries of Lodrisio Visconti clashed in the Battle of Parabiago. (20. February 1339)

Battle of Roslin, of the First War of Scottish Independence. (24. February 1303)

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