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

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Chu Ti overthrows his father Chu Yuan-chang. During his reign, which lasts until 1424, China dominates Japan, expands its territory, establishes the capital in Beijing, defeats the Mongols, and sends sailing vessels on voyages to lands as far away as Africa.

The first of several ambassadors from Ethiopia arrive in Europe.

Mehmed I becomes the Ottoman sultan.

28 July Bayazid is defeated, and later dies in captivity, by Timur at the Battle of Angora.

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