Centuries: 14th century - 15th century - 16th century
Decades: 1360s - 1370s - 1380s - 1390s - 1400s - 1410s - 1420s - 1430s - 1440s - 1450s years - 1460s
Years: 1407 – 1408 – 1409 – 1410 – 1411 – 1412 – 1413 – 1414 – 1415 – 1416 – 1417
March - Sigismund of Luxembourg makes peace with the Polish king.
Pipó of Ozora wins big victories over the Venetians at Motta and Belluno.
Emperor Go-Komacu of Japan is succeeded by Emperor Soko on the throne.
June 12 - Filippo Maria Visconti (Giovanni Maria's brother) becomes Duke of Milan (rules until 1447).
June 24 - King Ferdinand I of Aragon (son of King John I of Castile and Eleanor of Aragon) ascends the throne (reigns until 1416).
II. King John of Castile restricts the rights of Jews by law, among other things, they must wear distinctive clothing and cannot be given official positions.
August – The Venetians win at Motta over Sigismund's army and take Sebenik.
November 8. Zsigmond pledges 13 Szepi towns to the Polish king for 80,000 gold.
The Hungarian-Venetian war continues with alternating successes.
III. Manuélt's son, IV. Alexios follows him on the throne of the Trebizond Empire (reigns until 1429).
January 6 - Joan of Arc (also known as Saint Joan) is a Catholic saint and French national hero. († 1431)
May 16 – Giovanni Maria Visconti, Duke of Milan (* 1389).
August 6 – Margaret of Durazzo, Queen of Naples, Hungary and Croatia, regent of the Kingdom of Naples, III. Wife of King Charles of Naples and Hungary (* 1347)
October 28 – Queen Margaret I of Denmark (* 1353)