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|Gregorian calendar||1357 |
|Ab urbe condita||2110|
|Armenian calendar||806 |
|Bahá'í calendar||-487 – -486|
|Coptic calendar||1073 – 1074|
|Ethiopian calendar||1349 – 1350|
|Hebrew calendar||5117 – 5118|
|- Vikram Samvat||1412 – 1413|
|- Shaka Samvat||1279 – 1280|
|- Kali Yuga||4458 – 4459|
|Iranian calendar||735 – 736|
|Islamic calendar||758 – 759|
|- Imperial Year||Kōki 2017|
|Thai solar calendar||1900|
- May 28 - Peter I becomes King of Portugal after the death of his father, Alfonso IV.
- July 9 - Charles Bridge in Prague is founded
- King David II of Scotland is released by the English in return for a ransom.
- Berdibek succeeds Jani Beg as Khan of the Blue Horde.
- Sikandar I becomes Sultan of Bengal.
- Rao Kanhadev becomes Rathore ruler of Marwar (now part of India).
- Influenza first identified as a disease.
- First recorded public exhibition of the Shroud of Turin.
- The Blue Horde unseat Ghazan II as the ruler of the Il-Khanate and appoint their own governor.
- Wat Phra Sri Rattana Mahathat (Famous Wat Yai) Temple constructed in Phitsanulok, Thailand
- April 11 - King John I of Portugal (died 1433)
- Art mac Art MacMurrough-Kavanagh, King of Leinster (died 1417)
- Je Tsongkhapa, founder of the Geluk school of Tibetan Buddhism (died 1419)
- May 28 - King Afonso IV of Portugal (born 1291)
- July 13 - Bartolus de Saxoferrato, Italian jurist (born 1313)
- Ziauddin Barani, historian and political thinker of the Delhi Sultanate (born 1285)
- Jani Beg, Khan of the Blue Horde
- Kazerouni, Persian physician
- Spytek z Melsztyna, Polish nobleman
- Rao Tida, Rathore ruler of Marwar
- April 4 - In the book and film Timeline, time travellers are transported from New Mexico, 2003 to France in this date.
Lord Oliver (an English noble) rules Castlegard, a French village, in the Dordogne valley. But he is attacked by Arnaut de Cérvole, a French lord. Oliver and English troops begin a retreat at the well-protected castle of La Roque and the battle begins at evening. Castlegard is burnt by Englishmen. Just before of this battle, American time travellers from 1999 (book) or 2003 (film) arrived here: some physics and a team of historians (who had studied the current ruins of Castlegard) were involved in the battle.
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People of the year 1357 at Familypedia
12 people were born in 1357
1 children were born to the 1 women born in 1357
22 people died in 1357
854 people lived in 1357
Events of the year 1357 at Familypedia
12 people were married in 1357.
|Philippe de Bourgogne (1346-1361)||Margaret III of Flanders (1348-1405)|
|William Douglas, 1st Earl of Douglas (c1327-1384)||Margaret, Countess of Mar (-c1391)+Margaret Stewart (-1417)|
|Maud Percy (-1379)||John Neville, 3rd Baron Neville de Raby (1328-1388)|
|Catherine Stafford (c1340-1361)||John de Sutton (1329-1369)|
|Egidia Stewart (-bef1406)||James de Lindsay + Hugh Eglinton + James Douglas|
|Béraud II d'Auvergne (1333-1399)||Jeanne de Forez (1337-1369) + Marguerite de Sancerre (1355-1419)|
|Margaret III of Flanders (1348-1405)||Philippe de Bourgogne (1346-1361)+Philip of Burgundy (1342-1404)|
|Jeanne de Forez (1337-1369)||Béraud II d'Auvergne (1333-1399)|
|Margarete von der Mark (-c1405)||Johann I von Nassau-Dillenburg (c1339-1416)|
|Gottfried von Heinsberg (1325-1395)||Philippa von Jülich (1328-1390)|
|Philippa von Jülich (1328-1390)||Gottfried von Heinsberg (1325-1395)|
|Johann I von Nassau-Dillenburg (c1339-1416)||Margarete von der Mark (-c1405)|
There were 0 military battles in 1357.