European Renaissance and Reformation 1350-1600: World Events Research Article from World Eras

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Ewostatewos, founder of many Ethiopian monasteries, dies.

Japanese soldier and author Kitabatake Chikafusa's Jinno shotoki, written in 1339, is published. Kitabatake declares Japanese superiority over other nations in this work.

Thai ruler Ramathibodi I, who unified the Thai kingdom and set the foundation of its legal system, dies. His son Prince Ramesuan takes the throne, but abdicates one year later in favor of his uncle Boromaraja.

Korea submits to Chinese authority.

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