May 14


May 17, 2022

May 14 is the 134th day of the year (135th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. There are 231 days left until the end of the year. Until October 15, 1582 - May 14 according to the Julian calendar, from October 15, 1582 - May 14 according to the Gregorian calendar. In the 20th and 21st centuries, it corresponds to May 1 according to the Julian calendar.

Holidays and memorable days

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Georgia - Tamaroba (Remembrance Day of Queen Tamara) Israel - Independence Day Iran - Anti-Tobacco Fatwa Day Liberia - Integration Day Malawi - Kamuzu Day Philippines - Constitution Day


Orthodoxy in memory of the prophet Jeremiah (VI century BC); the memory of the Monk Pafnuty of Borovsky, hegumen (1477); the memory of Hieromartyr Macarius, Metropolitan of Kyiv (1497); the memory of the Monk Gerasim of Boldin (1554); the memory of the Monk Martyr Vata the Persian (IV); the memory of Blessed Tamara, Queen of Georgia (1213); the memory of the Monk Martyrs of Athos Euthymius (1814), Ignatius (1814) and Akakiy (1816); the memory of the martyr Nina Kuznetsova (1938); celebrations in honor of the icons of the Mother of God of Tsarevokokshaiskaya (Mironositskaya); Andronikovskaya and called "Unexpected Joy".

Name days

Catholic: Bonifatiy, Dobeslav, Matthew. Orthodox: Akaki, Vata, Gerasim, Efim, Yeremey, Ignat, Makar, Nina, Pafnuty, Tamara.


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Until the 19th century

1147 - Conrad and the German crusaders leave Regensburg during the 2nd Crusade. 1572 - Gregory XIII becomes pope. 1607 - The British established their first permanent settlement in America - Jamestown. 1610 - After the assassination of King Henry IV of France, Louis XIII took the throne at the age of 9. 1643 - After the death of King Louis XIII, Louis XIV ascended the French throne at the age of 5. 1692 - the first Russian warship was launched, built with the participation of Peter I and 16 soldiers of the Preobrazhensky Regiment. 1747 - First Battle of Cape Finisterre. 1783 - during the reign of Catherine II, a decree was issued on the enslavement of peasants in Little Russia. 1796 - English surgeon Edward Jenner successfully inoculated eight-year-old James Phipps against smallpox.

19th century

1832 - in Russia, the institution of sworn solicitors was legally created. 1833 - a decree was issued in Russia prohibiting the sale of serfs