Vitas (bishop)
The Blessed Vitas, O.P., or Wit (died ca. 1269) was a Polish Dominican friar and the first bishop in Lithuania (1253–1255).Little is known about his origins, early career or his episcopal work. It is ...
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Keimi of the Maldives
Al-Sultan Keimi Kalaminjaa Siri Madheenee Suvara Maha Radun (Dhivehi: އައްސުލްޠާން ކެއިމި ކަލަމިންޖާ ސިރީ މަދީނީ ސުވަރަ މަހާރަދުން) was the Sultan of Maldives from 1268 to 1269. He was the 12 sultan t...
Richard de Fournival
Richard de Fournival or Richart de Fornival (1201 – ?1260) was a medieval philosopher and trouvère perhaps best known for the Bestiaire d'amour ("The Bestiary of Love").
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Tsotne Dadiani
Tsotne Dadiani (Georgian: ცოტნე დადიანი) (died c. 1260) was a Georgian nobleman of whom the medieval Georgian Chronicles relate a story of how Tsotne’s self-sacrificing move saved his associates f...
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Zlaudus Kaplon
Zlaudus (Zelandus, Zeland or Zaland; died c. 1262) was bishop of Veszprém in the Kingdom of Hungary from 1245 to his death. He functioned as Chancellor of Hungary in 1226.
He originated from the T...
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Giles of Assisi
Blessed Giles (Latin: Aegidius) of Assisi, O.F.M., (c. 1190 – 1262) was one of the original companions of St. Francis of Assisi and holds the foremost place among the companions of St. Francis. St...
Pope Alexander IV
Pope Alexander IV (1199 or ca. 1185 – 25 May 1261) was Pope from 12 December 1254 to his death in 1261.Born as Rinaldo di Jenne in Jenne (now in the Province of Rome), he was, on his mother's side, a ...
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Alexander Nevsky
Alexander Yaroslavich Nevsky (Russian: Алекса́ндр Яросла́вич Не́вский; [ɐlʲɪˈksandr jɪrɐˈslavʲɪtɕ ˈnʲɛfskʲɪj]; Ukrainian: Олександр Ярославович Не́вський); 13 May 1221 – 14 November 1263...
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Albert I, Duke of Saxony
Albert I (German: Albrecht I.) (c. 1175 – 7 October 1260) was a Duke of Saxony, Angria, and Westphalia; Lord of Nordalbingia; Count of Anhalt; and Prince-elector and Archmarshal of the Holy Roman ...
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Oberto Pallavicino
Oberto Pelavicino or Pallavicino (1197-1269) was an Italian field captain under Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor. He was a member of the noble Pallavicini family.Pelavicino supported Frederick II agai...
Jean de Chelles
Jean (or Jehan) de Chelles (working 1258–1265) was a master mason and sculptor who was one of the architects at the Cathedral of Nôtre Dame de Paris. On the exterior wall of the south transept a stone...
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Beatrice of Nazareth
Blessed Beatrice of Nazareth or in Dutch Beatrijs van Nazareth (1200 in Tienen – 1268) was a Flemish Cistercian nun. She was the very first prose writer using an early Dutch language, a mystic, ...
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Pope Clement IV
Pope Clement IV (Latin: Clemens IV; 23 November 1190/1200 – 29 November 1268), born Guy Foucois called in later life le Gros (Guy Foulques the Fat; Italian: Guido Fulcodi il Grosso), was Pope ...
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Abu al-Hasan al-Shushtari
Abu-al-Hasan Ali ben Abdallah al-Nuymari as-Shushtari (Arabic: ابو الحسن الششتري) or Al-Sustari (1212 in Guadix – 1269 in Damietta) was an Andalusian Sufi poet. His poetry was designed to be sun...
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Nasir ud din Mahmud
Nasir ud din Mahmud, Nasir ud din Firuz Shah (1246–1266) was the eighth sultan of the Mamluk Sultanate (Slave dynasty). He was the son of Nasiruddin Mahmud(died-1229), who was the youngest son of Sham...
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Salomea of Poland
Salomea of Poland (1211/1212 - 1268), also known as Salomea of Cracow or Blessed Salomea (Polish: Błogosławiona Salomea), (1211–1268) was a Polish princess and from 1215 to 1219 the Queen of Halyc...
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Baldwin of Ibelin, Seneschal of Cyprus
Baldwin of Ibelin (died 21 February 1267) was the fourth of five sons of John I of Beirut and his second wife Melisende of Arsuf.He commanded the third battaile at the Battle of Agridi in 1232. In 124...
Albert von Behaim
Albert von Behaim or Albertus Bohemus (ca. 1180 – 1260) was a papal legate and supporter of papal rights against the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II.
Likely born at Boheiming or Böhaming, in the D...
Orghana
Orghana (Orakina or Ergene Khatun) was an Oirat princess of the Mongol Empire and Empress of the Chagatai Khanate. She was a descendant of Qutuqi Beki, chief of the Oirats and Checheyikhen, daughter o...