March 10 – Great privilege of the Czech Church
April 24 – the so-called Golden Bull of Ondřej II was issued.
January 16 – Nichiren, Buddhist monk (d. October 13, 1282)
March 10 – Jan I Sverkersson, King of Sweden (* 1201)
June 23 – Constance of Aragon, Queen of Hungary, Germany, Sicily and Holy Roman Empress (* 1179)
August 2 – Raymond VI. of Toulouse, son of Count Raimond V of Toulouse (* 27 October 1156)
August 12 – Vladislav Jindřich, Moravian Margrave from the Přemyslov family (* 1160)
? – Theodoros I Laskaris, Emperor of Nicaea (* ca. 1174)
Head of State
On the territory of today's Czech Republic and Central Europe
Holy Roman Empire - Frederick II.
Czech Kingdom - Přemysl Otakar I.
Duchy of Bavaria - Louis I of Bavaria
Duchy of Saxony - Albrecht I
Archbishopric of Trier - Theodoric II.
County of Württemberg - Hartmann I. - Louis III.
Archbishopric of Mainz - Siegfried II. from Eppstein
Margrave of Meissen - Henry III. Sublime
County of Thuringia - Henry III. Sublime
Principality of Poland - Lešek I. Bílý
Kingdom of Hungary - Andrew II.
Papal State - Honorius III.
Kingdom of Croatia - Andrew II.
Kingdom of Serbia - Stephen I the First Crowned
Bosnian Banat - Andrew II.
Latin Empire - Robert I
Despot of Epirus - Theodoros Komnenos Dukas
Kingdom of France - Philip II. August
Kingdom of Denmark - Valdemar II. Victorious
Kingdom of England - Henry III. Plantagenet
Duchy of Brabant - Henry I of Brabant
Duchy of Lorraine - Henry I of Brabant
Kingdom of Sweden - Jan I. Sverkersson, after his death Erik XI. Swedish
Kingdom of Norway - Haakon IV. Norwegian
Kievan Rus - Yuri II. Vsevolodovich
Middle East and North Africa
Nicaean Empire - Theodoros I. Laskaris - John III. Dukas Vatatzés
Sultanate of Romania - Kajkubat I.
Far East and Asia
Cumans - Kuthen
Khorezm Empire - Jaladdin Mingburnu
Mongol Empire - Genghis Khan
Sultanate of Delhi - Shamsuddin Iltutmish
Empire of Japan - Go-Horikawa
Chinese Empire - Ningcung (Sung)
Korjo – Gojong Korean
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