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§Of World Interest

The Mappa Mundi (Map of the World) is made. It showed Jerusalem at the centre, as decreed in the Bible.



Exeter College, Oxford founded by Walter de Stapledon.


March 18 - Templars, De Molay and Geoffrey de Charney are burned at the stake in Paris. Philip had Molay burned upon a scaffold on an island in the River Seine in front of Notre Dame de Paris.


Pope Clement V died. A successor would not be named for two years due to infighting among the cardinals.


Struggle for the crown of the Holy Roman Empire in 1314 between duke Frederick I of Austria and the Bavarian king Louis IV


June 24 - Battle of Bannockburn. Scottish forces led by Robert the Bruce defeated Edward II of England. Scotland regains its independence.


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