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* John V Palaiologos ( 1332 – 1391 ), Byzantine Emperor from 1341
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Within a few months, the right to exercise the regency over his infant son, John V Palaiologos, and the position of Andronikos'all-powerful chief minister and friend John Kantakouzenos led to the outbreak of a destructive seven-year civil war.
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Pope Martin V protested in vain against the inscription on the sarcophagus: " John the former pope ".
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* 1347 – The Byzantine civil war of 1341 – 1347 ends with a power-sharing agreement between John VI Kantakouzenos and John V Palaiologos.
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One of Barlaam's friends, Gregory Akindynos, who originally was also a friend of St Gregory Palamas, took up the controversy, which also played a role in the civil war between the supporters of John Cantacuzenus and John V Palaeologus.
John and Palaiologos
He was the eldest surviving son of Michael VIII Palaiologos and Theodora Doukaina Vatatzina, grandniece of John III Doukas Vatatzes.
* September-October: The Byzantine civil war of 1341 – 1347 between John VI Kantakouzenos and the regency for the infant John V Palaiologos breaks out.
* Byzantine co-emperor John V Palaiologos pledges loyalty to the Ottoman Empire to prevent the Turks from invading Constantinople.
In 1348, taking advantage of the civil war in Constantinople between John V Palaiologos and John VI Kantakouzenos, the Serbian King Stefan Uroš IV Dušan conquered Epirus, with a number of Albanian mercenaries assisting him.
* February 2 – The Byzantine civil war between John VI Kantakouzenos and the regency for John V Palaiologos ends with Kantakouzenos entering Constantinople.
** The agreement reorganizing the Byzantine Empire's affairs is finalized as Anna of Savoy's son John V Palaiologos marries Kantakouzenos ' 15-year-old daughter Helena.
On 8 February, an agreement was concluded with the empress Anna of Savoy, whereby he and John V Palaiologos would rule jointly.
* The reign of John VI Cantacuzenus as Byzantine Emperor is ended, after he loses a battle to John V Palaiologos, who is restored as sole emperor.
* Byzantine co-emperor Andronikos IV Palaiologos rebels against his father, John V Palaiologos, for agreeing to let Constantinople become a vassal of the Ottoman Empire.
* The Venetians and Ottomans invade Constantinople and restore John V Palaiologos as Byzantine co-emperor.
John and 1332
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On 17 February 1332, Philip VI bestowed it on his son John the Good, who, when he became king in turn ( 22 August 1350 ), gave the countship to his second son Louis I, raising it to a duchy in the peerage of France by letters patent of 25 October 1360.
In Ferrara, the death of Azzo VIII d ' Este without legitimate heirs ( 1308 ) encouraged Clement to bring Ferrara under his direct rule: for only nine years, however, was it governed by his appointed vicar, Robert d ' Anjou, King of Naples, before the citizens recalled the Este from exile ( 1317 ); interdiction and excommunications were in vain: in 1332 John XXII was obliged to name three Este brothers as his vicars in Ferrara.
John V Palaiologos ( or Palaeologus ) (, Iōannēs V Palaiologos ) ( 18 June 1332 – 16 February 1391 ) was a Byzantine emperor, who succeeded his father in 1341, at age nine.
The son of Philip VI and Joan the Lame, John became the Count of Anjou, Count of Maine, and Duke of Normandy in 1332.
John came of age on 26 April 1332, and received overlordship of the duchy of Normandy, as well as the counties of Anjou and Maine.
In 1332, John became Duke of Normandy in prerogative, and had to deal with the reality that most of the Norman nobility was already allied with the English camp.
On 28 July 1332, at the age of 13, John was married to Bonne of Bohemia ( d. 1349 ), daughter of John I ( the Blind ) of Bohemia.
Edward Balliol, son of King John Balliol, assisted by the English and Scottish nobles disinherited by Robert I, invaded Scotland inflicting heavy defeats on the Bruce party on 11 August 1332 at Dupplin Moor and then again at Halidon Hill on 10 July 1333.
In 1332 Edward Balliol, son of the deposed John Balliol, spearheaded an attack on the Bruce sovereignty with the tacit support of King Edward III of England and the explicit endorsement of ' the disinherited '.
In 1332, John the Blind, his son, granted the city its charter and had it encircled by defensive walls, part of which, the current Porte de Trèves, still exists.
In 1332 under the leadership of Edward Balliol, son and heir of King John Balliol, and Henry Beaumont, 4th Earl of Buchan, these men invaded Scotland with the tacit support of Edward III, defeating the Bruce loyalists at the Battle of Dupplin Moor.
In 1332, King Philip VI gave the Duchy in appanage to his son John, who became king as John II in 1350.
To achieve these goals, the dukes allied with various neighboring states, mounted military campaigns of which the first Battle of Kremmer Damm in 1332 was the most important, and gave their lands to the Cammin bishops ( in 1320 ) and even to pope John XXII ( in 1330 or 1331 ).
Jutta was married to the future John II of France on 28 July 1332 at the church of Notre-Dame in Melun.
* Edward de Balliol ( died 1364 ), eldest son of John, who ruled from Scotland in name from 1332 to about 1338 in contest with David II of Scotland of the House of Bruce.