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1341 and King
In 1341 David II, King Robert's son and heir, was able to return from temporary exile in France.
* 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 )
Henry Percy, 1st Earl of Northumberland ( 1341 – 1408 ), rebelled against King Richard II and helped dethrone him.
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.
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.
Robert Stewart, the future King Robert II, retook Stirling in a siege during 1341 – 1342.
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 John
** John III ( 1312 – 1341 )
** John IV ( 1341 – 1345 )
* 1347 – The Byzantine civil war of 1341 – 1347 ends with a power-sharing agreement between John VI Kantakouzenos and John V Palaiologos.
* 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.
* September-October: The Byzantine civil war of 1341 – 1347 between John VI Kantakouzenos and the regency for the infant John V Palaiologos breaks out.
* March 8 – John III, Duke of Brittany ( d. 1341 )
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.
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.
John Randolph, released from English custody in a prisoner-exchange in 1341, visited David II in Normandy before returning to Scotland.
During the 13th century William de Poiteven gave land in Headingley to Kirkstall Abbey, and in 1341 the remainder of the township of Headingley-cum-Burley was given to the monastery by the then owner, John de Calverley.
* John II, Duke of Bavaria ( 1341 – 1397 )
* John III, Duke of Brittany ( 1286 – 1341 )
* John V Palaiologos ( 1332 – 1391 ), Byzantine Emperor from 1341
He repaired the marble towers and garrisoned the fort with loyal Catalan soldiers, but had to surrender it to John V Palaiologos ( r. 1341 – 1391 ) when he abdicated in 1354.
He took part in the War of the Breton Succession as a partisan of Charles of Blois serving as advisor to John, Duke of Normandy during the latter ’ s campaign in Brittany autumn 1341.
The duchy of Brittany experienced a century of peace, beginning with John I and ending with Duke John III's reign in 1341.
* John III, Duke of Brittany ( 8 March 1286 – 30 April 1341 ).

1341 and Jewish
* " Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations ," pp. 1340 – 1341, in Religions of the World, Vol.

1341 and families
The Bagginses of Bag End were one of the oldest, wealthiest, and most respectable hobbit families in Hobbiton until the year 2941 ( SR 1341 ), when Bilbo inexplicably disappeared on his adventure and was thought dead.

1341 and reside
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.

1341 and within
The dogma was affirmed repeatedly by the Roman Catholic Church and within Roman Catholic theology, e. g. at the Council of Lyon, 1274 ( Dz § 465 ); by Pope Benedict XII, 1341 ( Dz § 544 ); by Pope Clement VI, 1351 ( Dz § 574a ); at the Council of Constance, 1418 ( Dz § 583 ); at the Council of Florence, 1439 ( Dz § 698 ); by Pope Julius III at the Council of Trent, 1551 ( Dz § 874 ); by Pope Benedict XIV, 1743 ( Dz § 1469 ); by Pope Pius VI, 1794 ( Dz § 1529 ); and by Pope Leo XIII, 1887 ( Dz § 1919 ), inter alia.
The present manor house was built in 1341 for Sir John de Pulteney, a London merchant and four-times Mayor of London who wanted a country residence within easy riding distance of London.

1341 and walls
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.
* 1341 – 1361 saw the building of the city walls, pierced by three gates ( Porte d ’ Eure, Porte de Rouen and Montivilliers Gate ).

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