- Yuriy I, "King of Rus', Prince of Volodymyr".
- c. 1303
- Beginnings of the Metropolitan in Halychyna (-1347).
- Union of Andrew and Lev, Princes "of all of Rus', Halychyna and Volodymyr"
with Teutonic Princes.
- Last of the descendents of Prince Roman. Boleslav Iuriy, Prince "of all Malo Rus'".
- Marriage of Prince Yurij with the daughter of Gedymin (1331);
campaign on the territories of Lublin (1337).
- Prince Yuri deeds the town of Sianok to German rule.
- † Yuriy-Boleslav. Boyaryn Dmytro Dedko -- "steward of the Rus' lands";
Liubart -- prince of Volyn.
- End of the reign of the Arpadiv in Hungary.
- End of the reign of the Przhemyslidivs in the Czech lands.
- Anjou Dynasty in Hungary.
- Luxemburg Dynasty in the Czech lands.
- Gedymin the Great, Lithuanian Prince.
- Coronation of Volodyslav Loketa in Poland.
- Transference of the Metropolitan to Moscow.
- Muscovy princes uphold entitlement to the great Volodymyr principality.
- Casimir the Great, king of Poland.
- Ludwig - king of Hungary
- Olgerd, Lithuanian Prince; beginnings of Lithuanian-Muscovy conflicts.
- University in Prague.
- Boniface VIII; end of the hegemony of the Pope in Western Europe.
- Avignon popes.
- † Dante (* 1265)
- Transference of the French Crown the the Valua Lineage (-1589).
- 100 Years War between England and France.
- Karl IV, Czech emperor and king.
- Black Plague in Europe.
- Battle against Halychyna by Prince Kasmir of Poland.
- Attempts to renew the Metropolitan in Kyiv.
- Olgerd destroys the Tatars at "Syni Vodi"; transference of Kyivshchyna and Podillia to
Lithuanian rule. Olgerd's son becomes prince of Kyiv; Koriatovyches become princes of
Podillia (-c. 1393).
- Halychyna ruled by Hungary.
- Volodyslav Opolskiy, last Halychyna Prince.
- Organizations of the Roman Hierarchy in Western lands.
- Halychyna ruled by Poland.
- Dismissal of the dynasty of Lithuanian princes; transference of the
Ukrainian territories to Vytovt; Prince Fedir Koriatovych in Mukachev (1414).
- Muscovy princes begin using the title "Prince of all Rus'".
- Establishment of Moldavian settlements by Bohdan, leader of the Marmaros'
- University in Krakow.
- Rights to Koshyts' granted to Polish gentry.
- First attempts by Muscovy to overcome their Tatar rulers (1380 Battle
- Union of Lithuania with Poland (Krevo). Iagellon Dynasty (-1572).
- Destruction of the Serbs by the Turks (Field of Kosove).
- Dominance of Vytovt by Lithuania.
- Bulgaria under the Turks (-1878).
- Turks in Europe (Gallipoli).
- Mention by Petrarch (1304-74) of flame-throwing weaponry.
- Turks conquer Adrianople.
- University in Vienna.
- Peace treaty between Denmark and the Hanseatic League. Hegemony of the Hanseatic League
on the Baltic Sea.
- Great schism in the West.
- Venice destroys the Genoan fleet.
- † Vikleph.
- Kalmar Union of Scandinavian countries (-1523).