When it burned down in 1305, only the Crypt of St Leonard survived.
Thus, he was receptive to charges of heresy and sodomy presented against them in 1305.
The Ars generalis ultima, written between 1305 and 1308, and the Ars brevis, from 1308, establish the most accomplished formulations of this new version of Llull’s tool.
Looking at Giotto’s “Betrayal of Christ” (circa 1305), probably the most famous painting of the Judas kiss, she decides that this Judas is overweight—a telling fact, she believes.
After Emperor Kamayema’s death in 1305, however, this is exactly what happened.
The frescoes were completed in or before 1309, and they are generally dated about 1305–06.
He was executed in London in 1305, having shown that heroic leadership without social status was not enough.
This victory saved Flanders from French occupation, and France formally recognized Flemish independence in 1305.
A hospital dating from 1305 is in the suburb of Steyrdorf, and the magnificent Baroque churches of the abbeys of Gleink and Garsten are nearby.
Next he moved against Rajasthan and then captured Ranthambhor (1301), Chitor (1303), and Mandu (1305), later adding Siwan (1308) and Jalor (1312).
Also important are Norman Housley, The Avignon Papacy and the Crusades, 1305–1378 (1986), and The Later Crusades, 1274–1580: From Lyons to Alcazar (1992).
When his claim was disputed, however, he was forced to surrender the crown to Wenceslas of Bohemia, who in 1305 transferred his right to Otto, duke of Lower Bavaria.
The University of Orléans, founded in 1305, was abolished during the French Revolution, but a new one was established at La Source (source or springs of the Loire River) in 1962.
In the 13th century the Paramaras were threatened by both rising Yadava power in the Deccan and the Turkish kingdom at Delhi (see below The coming of the Turks); the latter conquered the Paramaras in 1305.
Chivalric romances of the Arthurian or Breton cycle, which had been circulating in translation, partially inspired Spain’s first romance of chivalry and first novel, El caballero Cifar (c. 1305; “The Knight Cifar”), based on St.
Jean de Meun, de Meun also spelled de Meung, (born c. 1240, Meung-sur-Loire, France—died before 1305), French poet famous for his continuation of the Roman de la rose, an allegorical poem in the courtly love tradition begun by Guillaume de Lorris about 1225.
In addition to these works, we have 46 short disputations called Collationes dating from 1300–1305, a late work in natural theology called De primo principio, and Quaestiones Quodlibetales from Scotus’s days as regent master (either Advent 1306 or Lent 1307).
Philip IV, byname Philip the Fair, French Philippe le Bel, (born 1268, Fontainebleau, France—died November 29, 1314, Fontainebleau), king of France from 1285 to 1314 (and of Navarre, as Philip I, from 1284 to 1305, ruling jointly with his wife, Joan I of Navarre).
Giotto was named after the 14th-century Italian painter Giotto di Bondone, whose 1305–06 fresco The Adoration of the Magi includes a realistic depiction of a comet as the Star of Bethlehem in the Nativity scene; this image is believed to have been inspired by the artist’s observation of the passage of Halley’s Comet in 1301.
The principal monuments of the medieval upper town are the Cathedral of Santa Cecilia (1257–1312; rebuilt 1669–1702), with two of the original transept doors; parts of the Pisan fortifications, including the towers of San Pancrazio (1305) and the Elefante (1307); the archaeological museum; and the University of Cagliari (founded 1606).
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The principal monuments of the medieval upper town are the Cathedral of Santa Cecilia 1257–1312 rebuilt 1669–1702 with two of the original transept doors parts of the Pisan fortifications including the towers of San Pancrazio 1305 and the Elefante 1307 the archaeological museum and the University of Cagliari founded 1606