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 ...
Ambrogio Lorenzetti
Ambrogio Lorenzetti (or Ambruogio Laurati) (c. 1290 – 9 June 1348) was an exceptionally original Italian painter of the Sienese school. He was active from approximately 1317 to 1348. He painted The Al...
Peter Tilliol
Sir Peter Tilliol, also called Peter de Tilliol (1299-1348) was a Cumberland landowner, politician and judge; he was High Sheriff of Cumberland and briefly Lord Chief Justice of Ireland.He was born at...
Blanche of Valois
Blanche of Valois (baptised Marguerite), (1316–1348)m was the youngest daughter of Charles of Valois and his third wife Mahaut of Châtillon. She became Queen consort of Germany and Bohemia by her marr...
Hugh Courtenay (KG)
Sir Hugh Courtenay (22 March 1327 – after Easter term 1348), KG, was the eldest son and heir apparent of Hugh Courtenay, 10th Earl of Devon (1303-1377), whom he predeceased, and was a founding m...
Kusunoki Masatsura
Kusunoki Masatsura (楠木 正行, 1326 – February 4, 1348), along with his father Masashige and brother Masanori, was a supporter of the Southern Imperial Court during Japan's Nanbokucho Wars.Masatsura w...
Joan of England (1335–1348)
Joan of England (December 19, 1333 or January 28, 1334 - July 1, 1348 ) was a daughter of Edward III and his wife, Philippa of Hainault. Joan, also known as Joanna, was born on either December 19, 133...
Danishmendji
Danishmendji (died 1348) was khan of the Chagatai Khanate from 1346 to 1348. He was the second khan of the Chagatai ulus to be descended from Ögedei.In 1346 he was raised to the khanship by Amir Qazag...
Palamism
Palamism or the Palamite theology refers to the teachings of Gregory Palamas (c.1296–1359), whose writings defended the Orthodox notion of Hesychasm against the attack of Barlaam. Followers of Palama...
Bernhard III, Prince of Anhalt-Bernburg
Bernhard III, Prince of Anhalt-Bernburg (died 20 August 1348) was a German prince of the House of Ascania and ruler of the principality of Anhalt-Bernburg.He was the eldest son of Bernhard II, Prince ...
Rudolf IV, Margrave of Baden-Pforzheim
Rudolf IV, Margrave of Baden-Pforzheim (died: 25 June 1348) was a son of Margrave Herman VII of Baden and his wife, Agnes of Truhendingen.As a younger son, he was initially destined for an eccesiastic...
Ibn al-Wardi
Abū Ḥafs Zayn al-Dīn ʻUmar ibn al-Muẓaffar Ibn al-Wardī (Arabic: عمر ابن مظفر ابن الوردي‎), known as Ibn al-Wardi, was an Arab historian AH 691 (1291/1292)-AH 749 (1348/1349).
Giovanni d'Andrea
Giovanni d'Andrea or Johannes Andreæ, (c. 1270/1275 – 1348) was an Italian expert in canon law, the most renowned and successful canonist of the later Middle Ages. His contemporaries referred to him ...
Manvydas
Manvydas or Monwid (Russian: Монтивид; died in 1348?) was the eldest son of Gediminas, Grand Duke of Lithuania, and inherited Kernavė and Slonim after his father's death in 1341. Nothing else is k...
Saif Farghani
Saif Farghani (in full, Molānā Sayf-edin Muhammad Farghānī) was a 13th-14th century Persian poet and sufi. He was born in Farghāneh, a city in Transoxiana and died in 1348 (749 Hijri) in Aqsara.
Gentile da Foligno
Gentile Gentili da Foligno (died 18 June 1348) was an Italian professor and doctor of medicine, trained at Padua and the University of Bologna, and teaching probably first at Bologna, then at the Univ...
Giolla na Naomh Ó Cianáin
Giolla na Naomh Ó Cianain (died 14 August 1348) was an Abbot of Lisgoole. He was the earliest recorded member of the Ó Cianain family of historians.
Ferrer Bassa
Ferrer Bassa (c. 1285 – 1348) was a Catalan Gothic painter and miniaturist.He was active in the early 14th century, as proved by two documents which attest him working in two chapels at Sitges. Ten ye...
Mladen III Šubić of Bribir
Mladen III Šubić of Bribir (Croatian: Mladen III Šubić Bribirski) (c. 1315 – Trogir, 1 May 1348) was a member of the Croatian Šubić noble family, who ruled from Klis Fortress. He was in possession...
Narimantas
Narimantas or Narymunt (baptized Gleb, born in 1277 or just before 1300 (according to Wasilewski 1992) – 2 February 1348) was the second eldest son of Gediminas, Grand Duke of Lithuania. During variou...
Arnau Bassa
Arnau Bassa was a Catalan painter of the 14th century.He was the son and disciple of painter Ferrer Bassa, with whom he collaborated to numerous works. He introduced in his style influences of the pre...
Princess Shōshi
Princess Shōshi may refer to:
Henry IV, Count of Waldeck
Henry IV, Count of Waldeck (c. 1282/1290 – 1 May 1348) was the ruling Count of Waldeck from 1305 to 1344. He was the second ruling count named "Henry", which is why some authors call him ...
Jacopo Alighieri
Jacopo Alighieri (1289–1348) was an Italian poet, the son of Dante Alighieri, whom he followed in his exile. Jacopo's most famous work is his sixty-chapter Dottrinale.
Born in 1289 in Florence, Ja...
María Díaz II de Haro
María Díaz II de Haro (b. c. 1318 or 1320 - d. 16 September 1348) was the daughter of Juan de Castilla y Haro and his wife, Isabel of Portugal. She was Lady of Biscay from 1334 until her death in 1348...
Eleanor of Portugal, Queen of Aragon
Eleanor of Portugal (Portuguese: Leonor [liuˈnoɾ]) was Queen of Aragon as the wife of King Peter IV. She was born as a Portuguese infanta, the youngest daughter of King Afonso IV of Portugal and h...
Abner of Burgos
Abner of Burgos (ca. 1270-ca. 1347, or a little later) was a Jewish philosopher, a convert to Christianity and polemical writer against his former religion. Known after his conversion as Alfonso of Va...
John de Stratford
John de Stratford (c.1275 - 1348) was Archbishop of Canterbury and Treasurer and Chancellor of England.
De Stratford was born into the landed Stratford Family of Stratford-on-Avon around 1275. His...