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The 1320s was a decade of the Julian Calendar which began on January 1, 1320, and ended on December 31, 1329.

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1320

January–DecemberEdit

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1321Edit

January–DecemberEdit

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1322Edit

January–DecemberEdit

1323Edit

January–DecemberEdit

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1324Edit

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  • Marsilius of Padua writes his defence of the secular state, Defensor pacis.
  • Emperor Musa I of Mali arrives in Cairo on his hajj to Mecca, accompanied by an entourage numbering in the thousands, and with hundreds of pounds of gold. This display of wealth garners the Mali Empire a place on European maps in 1395. On his return journey, he peacefully annexes Timbuktu. He is said to have told the Arabic historian Al-Umari that "his predecessors had launched two expeditions from West Africa to discover the limits of the Atlantic Ocean."

1325Edit

January–DecemberEdit

Date unknownEdit

  • Volodimir of Halych, last king of Rus (Halych-Volyn Rus) of the Romanovichi Dynasty, is removed from the throne by his boyars, ending 126 years of Romanovichi rule.
  • The town of Bolu is conquered by the Ottoman Empire.
  • Ibn Battuta begins his travels.
  • Mansa Musa completes his pilgrimage to Mecca.

1326Edit

January–DecemberEdit

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1327Edit

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1328Edit

1329Edit

January–DecemberEdit

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Marco Polo. January 8, 1324.

ReferencesEdit

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