Anno Domini 1205, 601-602 AH
Born in 1205:
Died in 1205:
Enrico Dandolo, doge of Venice, couldn't take it with him.
Hubert Walter, Archbishop of Canterbury. Stephen Langton succeeds,
even if King John will not allow him into England.
(approx). French composer Perotinus Magnus.
Mongol chieftain Jamugha, Temujin's last rival.
Count Baldwin IX of Flanders, for a while Latin Emperor
Baldwin I, in Kaloyan's dungeons. His brother Henry succeeds to
- 23-year-old Francis of Assisi, hearing of Count Walter Brienne's victories in the south of Italy, travels south to join in the battle, and perhaps become a knight. But after a vision in a Spoleto chapel, Francis decides that war is a bad thing, and heads for home.
Amaury II, king of Cyprus and Jerusalem. Marie de Montferrat succeeds
him; her brother Benedict de Montferrat is busy conquering Athens.
Hungarian king Ladislas III; Andras II succeeds him.
Events of 1205:
1204 - 1205 - 1206
How They Were Made - 13th Century