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- February 24 – Alauddin Khilji, sultan of Delhi, sends his generals Ulugh Khan and Nusrat Khan to conquer Gujarat.
- May 10 – Kyawswa of Pagan and Crown Prince Theingapati are executed at Myinsaing, by the three brothers of the Myinsaing Kingdom (nominally Kyawswa's viceroys), as traitors for submitting to the Mongol Empire.
- July 27 – Osman I declares his Anatolian beylik (principality) to be independent of the Seljuq Dynasty Sultanate of Rum, originating the Ottoman Empire, which will last until the 1920s.
- A Mongol khan launches a campaign into India with 200,000 men, but Alauddin Khilji, sultan of Delhi, defeats them.
- The Kingdom of Singapura is founded by a fleeing Srivijayan prince (it will last for almost 100 years).
- April – The Scots take Stirling Castle from the English, after a siege.
- April 1 – Kings Towne on the River Hull (Kingston upon Hull) is granted city status, by Royal Charter of King Edward I of England.
- July 31 – Pisa and Genoa agree to a thirty-year truce. Part of the treaty includes the end of the Pisan support to Genoa's enemies, in particular Sinucello della Rocca in Corsica.
- November 1 – Håkon V Magnusson becomes king of Norway.
- December 1 – Battle of Falconaria: Frederick II of Sicily defeats Philip I of Taranto.
- The House of Holland becomes extinct. The County of Holland becomes part of a personal union with the County of Hainaut.
- A serious fire occurs at Westminster Palace.
- Early evidence is uncovered of the king of England borrowing from the Italian merchants. Edward I obtains a loan of 2,000 pollard marks, from agents of the Frescobaldi Firm in London.
- The city of Florence bans the use of Arabic numerals for commerce, allowing only Roman numerals.
- date unknown
- May 10
- May 17 – Daumantas of Pskov, Lithuanian prince (b. c. 1240)
- July 15 – King Eric II of Norway (b. c. 1268)
- August 1 – Conrad de Lichtenberg, Bishop of Strasbourg (b. 1240)
- November 10 – John I, Count of Holland (b. 1284)
- November 13 – Oliver Sutton, Bishop of Lincoln
- December 9 – Bohemond I, Archbishop of Trier
- December 31 – Margaret, Countess of Anjou (b. 1273)
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- Cancelleri, J.-A. "Sinucello della Rocca". Dizionario biografico. Retrieved 20 December 2011.
- Ferris, Eleanor (1902). "The Financial Relations of the Knights Templars to the English Crown". American Historical Review. 8 (1).