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1341 and David
It was to an impoverished country in need of peace and good government that David II was finally able to return in June 1341.
The royal burgh was granted to Sir Malcom Fleming by David II in 1341.
The Guardianship transferred to Sir Andrew Murray of Bothwell but following his death in 1338 Robert was re-appointed and retained the office until King David returned from France in June 1341.
John Randolph, released from English custody in a prisoner-exchange in 1341, visited David II in Normandy before returning to Scotland.
Fraser died at the Battle of Dupplin Moor in 1332 and it is thought that David II conferred the barony ( at least in part ) to the Boyce family in 1341.
Meanwhile David's representatives had obtained the upper hand in Scotland, and David and Joan were thus enabled to return to his kingdom in June 1341, when he took the reins of government into his own hands.

1341 and II
The town was the seat of the Counts of Celje from 1341 to 1456 It acquired market-town status in the first half of the 14th century and town privileges from Count Frederick II on 11 April 1451.
Henry Percy, 1st Earl of Northumberland ( 1341 – 1408 ), rebelled against King Richard II and helped dethrone him.
The Byzantine Empire, beginning in the reign of Andronikos II Palaiologos and continuing in that of Andronikos III Palaiologos, was raided by the Golden Horde between 1320 and 1341, until the Byzantine port of Vicina Macaria was occupied.
Robert Stewart, the future King Robert II, retook Stirling in a siege during 1341 – 1342.
He was a son of Isabella, daughter of Leo II of Armenia, and Amalric, a son of Hugh III of Cyprus, and was made Governor of Serres in 1328 and until 1341.
* John II, Duke of Bavaria ( 1341 – 1397 )
The walls were again restored under Andronikos II Palaiologos ( r. 1282 – 1328 ) and again under his successor Andronikos III Palaiologos ( r. 1328 – 1341 ), when, on 12 February 1332, a major storm caused breaches in the wall and forced the seaward gates open.
Their son, the grandson of Andronikos II, was Andronikos III Palaiologos ( 1297 – 1341 ).
The Hethoumids ruled Cilicia until the murder of Leon IV in 1341, when his cousin Guy de Lusignan ( who took the name of Constantine II of Armenia ) was elected king.
Alphas were produced in 1. 3 L ( 1341 cc ) and 1. 5 L ( 1495 cc ) versions, with a 1. 6 L ( 1599 cc ) Alpha II produced from 2005 until 2011 when it was replaced with the Hyundai Gamma engine.
Al-Hakim II () ( died 1352 ) was the Abbasid Caliph in Cairo ( 1341 – 1352 ).
Of John VI's daughters, Helena Kantakouzene married John and Matthew's rival John V Palaiologos ( r. 1341 – 1391 ), Maria married Nikephoros II Orsini of Epirus, and Theodora married the Ottoman bey Orhan I.

1341 and King
* August 1 – Edmund of Langley, 1st Duke of York, son of King Edward III of England ( b. 1341 )
* date unknown – Leo IV, King of Armenia ( d. 1341 )
In 1341 King John of Bohemia accorded permission to Jewish families to reside within the Budweis walls and a first synagogue was erected in 1380, however several pogroms occurred in the late 15th and early 16th century.
The Commons did succeed in making some changes to the Court's procedure, however ; in 1394 the King assented to their request that victorious defendants in the Court have their costs recompensed from the other side, and in 1341 the King, on their application, allowed the Lord Chancellor to send cases directly to the common law courts, to avoid the common law judges having to waste time travelling.
Edmund of Langley, 1st Duke of York, 1st Earl of Cambridge, Order of the Garter, ( 5 June 1341 – 1 August 1402 ) was a younger son of King Edward III of England and Philippa of Hainault, the fourth of the five sons who lived to adulthood, of this Royal couple.
* Webster, B., " Scotland without a King: 1329 – 1341 ", in Medieval Scotland: Crown, Lordship and Community, ed.
The title Duke of York, a title of nobility in British peerage, was created in 1341, but was merged with the Crown when the 4th Duke became King Edward IV.
Frederick III ( or IV ) ( 1 September 1341 – 27 January 1377 ), called the Simple, was King of Sicily from 1355 to 1377.
│ │ │ │ └ 1 :> Leo IV († 1341 ), King of Armenia
Henry Percy, 1st Earl of Northumberland, 4th Baron Percy, titular King of Mann, KG, Lord Marshal ( 10 November 1341 – 20 February 1408 ) was the son of Henry de Percy, 3rd Baron Percy, and a descendent of Henry III of England.
As per this custom, King Gongmin spent many years in the Yuan court, being sent there in 1341, before ascending the Korean throne.
On his return, however, he played little part in the conflict of 1341 between King Edward and Chancellor John Stratford.
Maritime insurance began in 1323 in Portugal, and between 1336 and 1341 the first attempts at maritime expansion are made, with the expedition to Canary Islands, sponsored by King Afonso IV.

1341 and son
On the death of the emperor in 1341, John Kantakouzenos was left as the designated regent, and guardian of his son John V Palaiologos, who was nine years old.
The following winter ( 1340 or 1341 ), while Holland was overseas, her family forced her to marry William Montacute, son and heir of the first Earl of Salisbury.
* Henry Percy, 2nd Earl of Northumberland ( 1394 – 1455 ), grandson of Henry ( 1341 – 1408 ) and son of " Hotspur "
* Frederick I ( c. 1300-1359 / 60 ), son, from 1341 Count of Celje
Before his death in 1341 Gediminas divided his domains, leaving the youngest son Jaunutis in possession of the capital Vilnius, with a nominal priority.
* 1341: In the Golden Horde empire, Uzbeg dies and is succeeded by his son Tini Beg.
After his death in 1341, Kreva became the patrimony of his son and successor, Algirdas.
The brother of the powerful Kankan Musa I, he succeeded Musa's son Maghan to the throne in 1341.
Michael Kantakouzenos was appointed governor of the Morea in 1308 and his son, John VI Kantakouzenos, rose to be megas domestikos, regent, and eventually emperor ( 1341 – 1354 ) before resigning and retiring to a monastery after a failed civil war.

1341 and heir
His grandson and heir Andronikos III Palaiologos ( 1328 – 1341 ) actively tried to rebuild the navy's strength, personally leading it in expeditions against Latin holdings in the Aegean, but his efforts failed to stem the overall decline.

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