Isabella, Countess of Menteith
Isabella, Countess of Menteith was the eldest daughter of Muireadhach II, Mormaer of Menteith. When the old mormaer died without legitimate male heir in 1233, the province passed to Isabella. Isabella...
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Sakura (mansa)
Mansa Sakura or Mansa Sakoura was the sixth mansa of the Mali Empire. A slave at birth, Sakura was freed and became a general in the army of Sundiata Keita, legendary founder of the Mali Empire. After...
Ghiyas ud din Balban
Ghiyas ud din Balban (reigned: 1266–1287) (Urdu: غیاث الدین بلبن‎) was the ninth sultan of the Mamluk dynasty of Delhi.Ghyias ud Din was the vizier and heir of the last Shamsi sultan, Nasir ...
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Buscarello de Ghizolfi
Buscarello de Ghizolfi, or Buscarel of Gisolfe was a European who settled in Persia in the 13th century while it was part of the Mongol Ilkhanate. He was a Mongol ambassador to Europe from 1289 to 130...
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Kunigunde of Eisenberg
Kunigunde of Eisenberg (also known as Kunne; c. 1245 – before 31 May 1286), was a German noblewoman and the second wife of Landgrave Albert II of Thuringia.She was a daughter of Count Otto...
Arnold zum Turm
Arnold zum Turm (de turri or of the tower, died c. 1266) was city chancellor to the bishop of Mainz from 1238 until at least 15 October 1263 – his son Eberhard took over that office in 1266 and...
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Abu Yaqub Yusuf an-Nasr
Abu Yaqub Yusuf an-Nasr (أَبُو يُوسُف يَعقُوب الناصر abū yūsuf ya`qūb an-nāṣr) (died 13 May 1307) was a Marinid ruler of Morocco. He was the son of Abu Yusuf Ya'qub, whom he succeeded in 1286. He was...
Philip of Spanheim
Philip of Spanheim (also: Philip of Sponheim; † 22. July 1279) was elected Archbishop of Salzburg (1247–1257) and Patriarch of Aquileia (1269–1271). He held the title of a Count of Lebenau (1254–1279)...
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William the Hardy, Lord of Douglas
Sir William Douglas "le Hardi" (the Bold), Lord of Douglas (born after 1243 – c. 1298) was a Scottish nobleman and warlord.
William Douglas was the son of William Longleg, Lord of Douglas and it ...
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Haukr Erlendsson
Haukr or Hauk Erlendsson (died 1334), lawspeaker (lawman) of Iceland, later lawspeaker and knight of Norway, known for having compiled a number of Icelandic sagas and other materials mostly in his own...
Przemko of Ścinawa
Przemko of Ścinawa (Polish: Przemko ścinawski) (1255/65 – 26 February 1289) was Duke of Żagań from 1278 to 1284 and Duke of Ścinawa from 1284 until his death.He was the third and youngest son of K...
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John de Barton
John de Barton (fl. 1304) was an English judge.From Yorkshire, Barton was also known as de Ryton and de Fryton. He was with Ralph Fitzwilliam, the king's lieutenant in Yorkshire, as a member of the it...
Isabella de Beauchamp
Isabella de Beauchamp, Lady Kidwelly, Lady Despenser (born c. 1263 - died before 30 May 1306), was an English noblewoman and wealthy heiress.
Isabella was born in about 1263 in Warwickshire, Engla...
Nicholas I, Lord of Rostock
Nicholas, Lord of Rostock, nicknamed the child (before 1262 – 25 November 1314) was a member of the House of Mecklenburg. He was co-ruler of Rostock from 1282 to 1284, and the sole ruler from 1...
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Cecile of Baux
Cecile of Baux (1230–1275), was a Countess Consort of Savoy; married in 1244 to Amadeus IV, Count of Savoy. She was the daughter of Barral of Baux and his wife, Sibylle d'Anduze. She was the Regent of...
William of Paris (inquisitor)
William of Paris, O.P., ( -1314), Dominican priest and theologian.William composed the Diologus de Septem Sacramentis at the Priory of St. Jacques in Paris between 1310 and 1314.He was confessor of Ph...