Johannes Ciconia
Johannes Ciconia(c. 1335 - 1411) Franco-Flemish composer of vocal music, active mostly in Italy. Ciconia was one of the most important composers of the gener...
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Mar 29, 2010 ... Johannes Ciconia (b Liège, c 1335 or c 1373; d Padua, 10 June-13 July 1412). Liégeois composer and theorist. Two men of the name are ...
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Jun 21, 2009 ... Johannes Ciconia(c. 1335 - 1411) Franco-Flemish composer of vocal music, active mostly in Italy. Ciconia was one of the most important ...
Johannes de Imola
Johannes de Imola (Italian: Giovanni Nicolétti, English: John of Imola) (c. 1370 – 1436) was an Italian jurist, a student of Baldus de Ubaldis, Francesco Ramponi and Johannes of Lignano. He ta...
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Manavala Mamunigal
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Mentemu
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John de Innes
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Charles I of Albret
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William Douglas of Nithsdale
Sir William Douglas of Nithsdale (c. 1370 – 1391 AD) was a Scottish knight and Northern Crusader.
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Christopher Bernevall
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Erasmo of Narni
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Conrad of Vechta
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John VII Palaiologos
John VII Palaiologos or Palaeologus (Greek: Ιωάννης Ζ' Παλαιολόγος, Iōannēs Z' Palaiologos; 1370 – 22 September 1408) was Byzantine Emperor for five months in 1390. While he was Emperor...
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Phan Phu Tiên
Phan Phu Tiên (chữ Hán: 潘孚先, 1370-1482), was a Vietnamese scholar-official and historian. He was charged by Lê Nhân Tông with writing the annals of the preceding Tran dynasty.Along with the original Đ...
Catherine of Hungary (1370–1378)
Catherine of Hungary or Catherine of Anjou (July 1370 – May 1378) was heiress presumptive to the thrones of Hungary and Poland as eldest living child of King Louis the Great and his second wife, ...
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Juan de Tovar y Toledo
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Gilbert M'Gy, 2nd Lord of Balmage
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Álvar García de Santa María
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Rinaldo degli Albizzi
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Guo Chun
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Gruffydd Young
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Pedro de Menezes, 1st Count of Vila Real
Dom Pedro de Menezes Portocarrero, (1370 – Ceuta, September 22, 1437) was a 15th-century Portuguese nobleman and military figure. Pedro de Menezes (sometimes modernized as 'de Meneses') was the 2nd ...
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Olaf II of Denmark
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Bertrando de Mignanelli
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Margaret Hanmer
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Edward Charleton, 5th Baron Cherleton
Edward Charleton (or Cherleton or Charlton), 5th Baron Cherleton, KG (1370–1421), 5th and last Lord Charlton of Powys, was the younger son of John Charlton, the third baron, and his wife, Joan, daught...
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Malatesta IV Malatesta
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Adolf, Duke of Jülich-Berg
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Felip de Malla
Felip de Malla ([fəˈɫib də ˈmaʎə]) (1370 – 12 July 1431) was a Catalan prelate, theologian, scholastic, orator, classical scholar, and poet. He was a confidante of the kings Martin the Humane, Ferdina...