Ambrogio Lorenzetti
Ambrogio Lorenzetti (or Ambruogio Laurati; c. 1290 June 9, 1348) was an Italian painter of the Sienese school. He was active between approximately from 1317 ...
Conrad of Piacenza
Conrad of Piacenza, T.O.S.F. (Italian: Corrado, 1290 [or 1284] (Italian) – 19 February 1351), was an Italian penitent and hermit of the Third Order of St. Francis, who is venerated as a saint.
François de Candie
François de Candia was a Savoyard nobleman, Vidame of Geneva and Captain of the castle on the island of the Rhône in 1377.
Sesson Yūbai
Sesson Yūbai (雪村 友梅, 1290 - January 14, 1348) was a Japanese Zen Buddhist monk of the Rinzai sect. This priest and poet who is considered "the first important poet of the Five Mountains.
Yūbai...
Andrea Pisano
Andrea Pisano (Pontedera 1290 – 1348 Orvieto) also known as Andrea da Pontedera, was an Italian sculptor and architect.
Pisano first learned the trade of a goldsmith. Pisano then became a pupil of...
Nolfo da Montefeltro
Nolfo da Montefeltro (born Sighinolfo; c. 1290 – 1364) was count of Montefeltro from 1323 to 1360. He was the son of Federico I da Montefeltro, who had been slain by the people of the city in re...
Kujō Fusazane
Kujō Fusazane (九条 房実, 1290 – 1327), son of regent Tadanori and adopted son of Moronori, was a kugyō or Japanese court noble of the Kamakura period (1185–1333). He held a regent position kamp...
Jyotirishwar Thakur
Jyotirishwar Thakur or Kaviśekharācārya Jyotirīśvara Ṭhākura (1290–1350) was a Sanskrit poet and an early Maithili writer, known for the Varṇa Ratnākara, his encyclopedic work in Maithili.
His w...
Matthias of Arras
Matthias of Arras (c.1290–1352), sometimes spelled as Matthew of Arras (Czech: Matyáš z Arrasu) was a French architect, famed for his work on St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague.Matthias was born in A...
Giovanni Visconti (archbishop of Milan)
Giovanni Visconti (1290–1354) was an Italian Roman Catholic cardinal, who was co-ruler in Milan and lord of other Italian cities. He also was a military leader who fought against Florence, and used fo...
Jakushitsu Genkō
Jakushitsu Genkō (寂室 元光, June 23, 1290 – September 25, 1367) was a Japanese Rinzai master, poet, flute player, and first abbot of Eigen-ji (constructed solely for him to teach Zen). His poetry is ...
John Stowford
Sir John Stowford (c.1290 – c.1372) of Stowford, West Down in Devon, was Chief Baron of the Exchequer in 1346. He is one of John Prince's Worthies of Devon.
He was born at the family estate ...
Agnes Haakonsdatter
Agnes Haakonsdatter (Old Norse: Agnes Hákonardottir; 1290–1319) was an illegitimate daughter of King Haakon V of Norway and a woman whose name remains unknown.In 1302 Agnes married Baron Havtore...
Beatrice of Hungary, Dauphine of Viennois
Beatrice of Hungary (1290–1343 or 1354) was the elder daughter of Charles Martel of Anjou and his wife Klementia of Habsburg. She was a member of the Capetian House of Anjou.
Beatrice's maternal g...
Viola of Teschen
Viola of Teschen, later known as Elizabeth (Polish: Wiola Elżbieta cieszyńska, Czech: Viola Alžběta Těšínská) (ca. 1291 – 21 September 1317), was a Polish princess member of the House of Piast...
Richard Rolle
Richard Rolle (1290/1300– late September 1349) was an English hermit, mystic, and religious writer. He is also known as Richard Rolle of Hampole or de Hampole, since at the end of his life he lived ne...
Barlaam of Seminara
Barlaam of Seminara (Bernardo Massari, as a layman), ca. 1290-1348, or Barlaam of Calabria was a southern Italian scholar (Aristotelian scholastic) and clergyman of the 14th century, as well as a Huma...
Hesychast controversy
The Hesychast controversy was a theological dispute in the Byzantine Empire during the 14th century between supporters and opponents of Gregory Palamas. While not a primary driver of the Byzantine Ci...
John Maltravers, 1st Baron Maltravers
John Maltravers, 1st Baron Maltravers (1290?–1365) was an English nobleman and soldier.
He was son of Sir John Maltravers (1266–1343?) of Lytchett Matravers, Dorset, born by his first wife Alianor...
Jacopo Dondi dell'Orologio
Jacopo Dondi dell'Orologio (1290–1359), also known as Jacopo de' Dondi, was a doctor, astronomer and clock-maker active in Padua, Italy. He is remembered today as a pioneer in the art of clock design ...
Jacob van Artevelde
Jacob van Artevelde ( listen ; c. 1290 – 17 or 24 July 1345), also known as The Wise Man and the Brewer of Ghent, was a Flemish statesman and political leader.
Artevelde was born in Ghen...
Al Sahili
Abu Ishaq Ibrahim Al-Sahili (1290–1346) was a prominent architect of the Mali Empire under the rule of Mansa Musa.
Born in Granada, Andalusia (Muslim Spain), Abu Ishaq Ibrahim al-Sahili studied th...
Maria of Anjou, Queen of Majorca
Maria of Anjou (1290 – end of April 1346/January 1347) was a member of the Capetian House of Anjou who served as Queen of Majorca during her marriage to King Sancho. She was the daughter of Charles II...
Thomas FitzGerald, 3rd Baron Desmond
Thomas FitzThomas FitzGerald, 3rd Baron of Desmond (c. 1290 - 1307), succeeded to the barony of Desmond, which lay in Munster, in the southwest of Ireland, in 1296, at the age of six, upon the death o...
Abu Es Haq es Saheli
Abu Es Haq es Saheli or Abu Isaq es Saheli (Granada, Spain, 1290 - Timbuktu, Mali, 1346) was an Andalusī architect and poet.His father was the alamín of the perfumers of Granada, the person in charge ...
Leopold I, Duke of Austria
Leopold I (4 August 1290 – 28 February 1326) from the House of Habsburg was Duke of Austria and Styria – as co-ruler with his elder brother Frederick the Fair – from 1308 until his death. Born at Vien...
Hugues Quiéret
Hugues Quiéret (c.1290 – 24 June 1340) was a French nobleman, admiral and military commander. He was a knight, lord of Tours-en-Vimeu and of Hamicourt, in Picardy. Before becoming an admiral, he...
Casimir I, Duke of Cieszyn
Casimir I of Cieszyn (Polish: Kazimierz I cieszyński, Czech: Kazimír I. Těšínský, German: Kasimir I. von Teschen; 1280/90 – c. 29 September 1358), was Duke of Cieszyn from 1315, Duke...