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|Gregorian calendar||1381 |
|Ab urbe condita||2134|
|Armenian calendar||830 |
|Bahá'í calendar||-463 – -462|
|Coptic calendar||1097 – 1098|
|Ethiopian calendar||1373 – 1374|
|Hebrew calendar||5141 – 5142|
|- Vikram Samvat||1436 – 1437|
|- Shaka Samvat||1303 – 1304|
|- Kali Yuga||4482 – 4483|
|Iranian calendar||759 – 760|
|Islamic calendar||782 – 783|
|- Imperial Year||Kōki 2041|
|Thai solar calendar||1924|
- June 12 - Peasants' Revolt: In England, rebels from Kent and Essex, led by Wat Tyler and Jack Straw, meet at Blackheath. There the rebels are encouraged by a sermon by renegade priest, John Ball.
- June 14 - Peasants' Revolt: Rebels destroy John of Gaunt's Savoy Palace and storm the Tower of London, killing the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Lord Chancellor. King Richard II of England meets the leaders of the revolt and agrees to reforms such as fair rents and the abolition of serfdom.
- June 15 - Peasants' Revolt: During further negotiations, Wat Tyler is murdered by the King's entourage. Noble forces subsequently overpower the rebel army. The rebel leaders are eventually captured and executed and Richard II revokes his concessions.
- Kęstutis overthrows his nephew, Jogaila, as Grand Duke of Lithuania. Jogaila is allowed to remain as governor of eastern Lithuania.
- Due to Joan I of Naples' support for Antipope Clement VII, Pope Urban VI bestows Naples upon Charles of Durazzo. With the help of the Hungarians, Charles advances on Naples and captures Joan.
- James of Baux, the ruler of Taranto and the Latin Empire, claims the Principality of Achaea after the imprisonment of Joan I of Naples.
- Sonam Drakpa deposes Drakpa Changchub as ruler of Tibet.
- Hajji I succeeds Alah-ad-Din Ali as Mamluk Sultan of Egypt. The Egyptian government continues to be controlled by rebel leader, Berkuk.
- After a naval battle, Venice wins the three year War of Chioggia against Genoa. The Genoans are permanently weakened by the conflict.
- Timur conquers east Persia, ending the rule of the Sarbadar Dynasty.
- In Ming Dynasty China, the lijia census registration system begun in 1371 is now universally imposed during the reign of the Hongwu Emperor. The census counted 59,873,305 people living in China in this year. This depicts a drastic drop in population since the Song Dynasty, which counted 100 million people at its height in the early 12th century. The historian Timothy Brook, in his The Confusions of Pleasure: Commerce and Culture in Ming China, states that the Ming census was inaccurate, as China in the late 14th century had at least 65,000,000 inhabitants, if not 75,000,000.
- May 9 - Jshitohann Schiltberger, German traveller and writer (died 1440)
- October 13 - Thomas FitzAlan, English politician (died 1415)
- John I (died 1434)
- Saint Rita of Cascia (died 1457)
- March 24 - Catherine of Sweden, Swedish saint
- May 15 - Eppelein von Gailingen, German robber baron
- June 14 - Simon Sudbury, Archbishop of Canterbury
- June 15 - John Cavendish, Lord Chief Justice of England
- June 15 - Wat Tyler, English rebel
- July 15 - John Ball, renegade priest
- December 2 - John of Ruysbroeck, Flemish mystic
- December 27 - Edmund de Mortimer, English politician
- ^ Brook, 28.
- Brook, Timothy (1998). The Confusions of Pleasure: Culture and Commerce in Ming China. Berkeley: University of California Press. ISBN 978-0-520-22154-3
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People of the year 1381 at Familypedia
12 people were born in 1381
2 children were born to the 2 women born in 1381
21 people died in 1381
886 people lived in 1381
Events of the year 1381 at Familypedia
12 people were married in 1381.
|Thomas de Beauchamp, 12th Earl of Warwick (1339-1401)||Margaret Ferrers (?-1406)|
|John Neville, 3rd Baron Neville de Raby (1328-1388)||Maud Percy (-1379)+Elizabeth Latimer, Baroness Latimer of Corby (-1395)|
|Blanche of Lancaster (1359-1388)||Thomas Morieux (1355-1387)|
|Edward of Norwich, 2nd Duke of York (1373-1415)||Beatriz of Portugal (1372-1408) + Philippa de Mohun (-1431)|
|Maddalena Visconti (c1366-1404)||Frederick II. von Bayern-Landshut (1339-1393)|
|Frederick II. von Bayern-Landshut (1339-1393)||Anna von Neuffen (1327-1380)+Maddalena Visconti (c1366-1404)|
|Isabelle de Foix (c1361-1428)||Archambaud de Grailly (c1330-1412)|
|Archambaud de Grailly (c1330-1412)||Isabelle de Foix (c1361-1428)|
|Aimery II de Rochechouart (1340-1397)||Jeanne d'Archiac (-1378) + Jeanne d'Angle (1350-)|
|Isabelle de Lorraine (c1366-c1410)||Enguerrand VII de Coucy (1339-1397)|
|Johann III. von Nürnberg (c1369-1420)||Margaret von Böhmen (1373-1410)|
|Margaret von Böhmen (1373-1410)||Johann III. von Nürnberg (c1369-1420)|
There were 0 military battles in 1381.