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1341 and Ivan
Forced to restrain his demands, Ivan Alexander invaded the Byzantine Empire again at the end of 1341, claiming that he was summoned by the people of Adrianople.

1341 and married
She married Basil of Trebizond and took over the throne of the Empire of Trebizond from 1340 to 1341.
On 29 September 1341, Casimir married his second wife, Adelaide of Hesse.
# Eleanor of Anjou, ( August 1289 – 9 August 1341, Monastery of St. Nicholas, Arene, Elis ), married at Messina 17 May 1302 Frederick III of Sicily
In 1337, she married Charles of Blois in Paris and in 1341 on the death of John III, the couple assumed the rule of the duchy of Brittany, being supported by most of the local nobility and administration.
* Bonne ( 1341 – 19 January 1402, Château de Mâcon ), married Amadeus VI, Count of Savoy in 1355 in Paris
* Louis, Count of Beaumont-le-Roger ( 1341 – 1372 ), married 1358 Maria de Lizarazu, married 1366 Joanna of Durazzo ( 1344 – 1387 )
* Beatrice de Stafford, born circa 1341 in Staffordshire, England, died 1415, married firstly, in 1350, Maurice FitzGerald, 2nd Earl of Desmond ( d. June 1358 ); married secondly, Thomas de Ros, 5th Baron de Ros, of Helmsley ; married thirdly Sir Richard Burley, Knt.
** Eschiva of Lusignan ( c. 1323 or 1322 – 1324 – of the plague, 1363 and buried in Nicosia ), married after 5 March 1337 / 1339, separated since 22 April 1341, Infante Fernando ( Ferran ) of Majorca ( March / April, 1317 – ca.
* Louis ( 1341 – 1372 ), Count of Beaumont-le-Roger, married firstly Maria de Lizarazu and secondly Joanna, Duchess of Durazzo
* Margaret ( 8 July 1313 – 11 July 1341, Prague ), married in Straubing 12 August 1328 to Henry XIV, Duke of Bavaria.
In less than a year, he married Ida de Saint Amand, younger daughter and coheiress of Amaury de Saint Amand, 3rd Baron Saint Amand ( 1341 – 1402 ).
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 first
In his 1341 poem, The Iron Cannon Affair, one of the first accounts of the use of gunpowder artillery in China, Xian Zhang wrote that a cannonball fired from an eruptor could " pierce the heart or belly when it strikes a man or horse, and can even transfix several persons at once.
The Church considers the first seven Ecumenical Councils ( held between the 4th and the 8th century ) to be the most important ; however, there have been more, specifically the Synods of Constantinople, 879 – 880, 1341, 1347, 1351, 1583, 1819, and 1872, the Synod of Iaşi ( Jassy ), 1642, and the Pan-Orthodox Synod of Jerusalem, 1672, all of which helped to define the Orthodox position.
* 1341: Petrarch, the " Father of Humanism ", becomes the first Poet Laureate since antiquity.
On April 8, 1341, he became the first poet laureate since antiquity and was crowned on the holy grounds of Rome's Capitol.
Gruyères had a plague house which was first mentioned in 1341.
* 1336 — Possible first expedition to the Canary Islands with additional expeditions in 1340 and 1341, though this is disputed.
In 1825 the city was inhabited by 1266 Poles and 1341 Germans The German language newspaper, Allensteiner Zeitung, was first published in 1841.
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.
This custom, first revived in Padua for Albertino Mussato, was followed by Petrarch's own crowning ceremony in the audience hall of the medieval senatorial palazzo on the Campidoglio on the 8th of April 1341.
From 1930 to 1990, K-Rock was known as 3GL on the AM band, broadcasting first on 1400 kHz, then 1350 kHz and later 1341 kHz.
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.
The first reliable account of Guanche language was provided by the Genoese explorer Nicoloso da Recco in 1341, with a translation of numbers used by the islanders.
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.
Most of the early Lord Chancellors were members of the clergy ; the first legally trained Lord Chancellor was Robert Parning SL, who was appointed in 1341 and held the office for two years.
In 1341 the Commons met separately from the nobility and clergy for the first time, creating what was effectively an Upper Chamber and a Lower Chamber, with the knights and burgesses sitting in the latter.
The 12th century parish church of All Saints ' houses the tomb of Edmund of Langley ( 1341 – 1402 ), the first Duke of York.
The first reliable mentioning of Ashmyany ( in the Lithuanian Chronicles ) tells that after the death of Gediminas in 1341 the town was inherited, among other places, by Jaunutis.
The first reliable account of Guanche language was provided by Genovese explorer Nicoloso da Recco in 1341, with a list of the numbers 1 – 16, possibly from Fuerteventura.
Edmund of Langley, the first Duke of York and founder of the House of York, was born in Kings Langley on 5 June 1341 and died there on 1 August 1402.
Cambs is mentioned documentarily first in 1341.
The first documented record of the island of Ruhnu, and of its Swedish population, is a 1341 letter sent by the Bishop of Courland which confirmed the islanders ' right to reside and manage their property in accordance with Swedish law.
Hugsweier was first mentioned in 1341 as " Hugelswilre ", Burgheim in 1035 as " Burcheim ", Dinglingen in 961 as " Tuntelinga ", Mietersheim in 762 as " Mutherisheim " and Sulz in 1270 as " Sulz ".
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.
The first creation was in 1341, and was surrendered in 1372, when the second earl sold the earldom and territory to Archibald the Grim, Lord of Galloway.

1341 and wife
** Princess Ingiburga, his wife and widow, Duchess of North Hallandia ( 1312 – 1341 – see Swealand 1318 – 21 )
** Duchess Ingiburga ( above ), his wife and widow, now also Duchess of South Hallandia ( 1327 – 1341 – see Swealand 1318 – 1321 )

1341 and .
Andronikos III Palaiologos, Latinized as Andronicus III Palaeologus (; 25 March 1297 – 15 June 1341 ) was Byzantine emperor from 1328 to 1341, after being rival emperor since 1321.
Andronikos III died at Constantinople, aged 44, in 1341.
* 1341 – Sack of Saluzzo ( Italy ) by Italian-Angevine troops under Manfred V of Saluzzo.
* Fifth Council of Constantinople ( 1341 – 1351 ) affirmed hesychastic theology according to Gregory Palamas and condemned Barlaam of Seminara.
* 1347 – The Byzantine civil war of 1341 – 1347 ends with a power-sharing agreement between John VI Kantakouzenos and John V Palaiologos.
Boccaccio returned to Florence in early 1341, avoiding the plague in that city of 1340, but also missing the visit of Petrarch to Naples in 1341.
Although dissatisfied with his return to Florence, Boccaccio continued to work, producing Comedia delle ninfe fiorentine ( also known as Ameto ) a mix of prose and poems, in 1341, completing the fifty canto allegorical poem Amorosa visione in 1342, and Fiammetta in 1343.
In 1341 David II, King Robert's son and heir, was able to return from temporary exile in France.
After the reign of Mansa Suleyman ( 1341 – 1360 ), Mali began its spiral downward.
In 1341 the dispute came before a synod held at Constantinople and presided over by the Emperor Andronicus III ; the synod, taking into account the regard in which the writings of the pseudo-Dionysius were held, condemned Barlaam, who recanted and returned to Calabria, afterwards becoming bishop in the Roman Catholic Church.
There he met Mansa Suleyman, king since 1341.
The MIME media type for JPEG is image / jpeg ( defined in RFC 1341 ), except in Internet Explorer, which provides a MIME type of image / pjpeg when uploading JPEG images.
Only in 1341 were they once again able to settle in the town, by royal decree.
In June 1992, MIME ( RFC 1341, since made obsolete by RFC 2045 ) defined a set of methods for representing binary data in ASCII text format.
* 1297 – Andronikos III Palaiologos, Byzantine emperor ( d. 1341 )
* 1286 – John III, Duke of Brittany ( d. 1341 )
* 1341 – The Byzantine civil war of 1341 – 1347 formally begins with the proclamation of John VI Kantakouzenos as Byzantine Emperor at Didymoteicho.

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