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List of monarchs who lost their thrones in the 14th century

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This is a list of monarchs who lost their thrones in the 14th century.

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Achaea

  • Philip I of Taranto, Prince of Achaea. Ceded Achaea to Matilda of Hainaut in 1313. Died 1331.
  • Matilda of Hainaut, Princess of Achaea. Deposed by John, Duke of Durazzo in 1318. Died 1331.
  • John, Duke of Durazzo, Prince of Achaea. Ceded Achaea to Robert of Taranto in 1332.
  • Philip II of Taranto, Prince of Achaea. Deposed 1373. Died 1374.
  • Joan I of Naples, Princess of Achaea. Deposed 1381. Died 1382.
  • Albania

  • Robert of Taranto, King of Albania 1332, title passed over to John of Gravina as the "Duke of Durazzo".
  • Austria

  • Leopold III, Duke of Austria, Duke of Austria 1365-1379, lost Austria to Albert III.
  • Bosnia

  • Tvrtko I of Bosnia, Ban of Bosnia, deposed 1366, reinstated 1367.
  • Bulgaria

  • Chaka, Emperor of Bulgaria 1299 to 1300, deposed and strangled in prison 1300.
  • Ivan Stephen, Emperor of Bulgaria 1330 to 1331, deposed, died in exile after 1343.
  • Byzantine Empire

  • Andronicus II Palaeologus, abdicated 1328.
  • John V Palaeologus, deposed 1347, restored 1355, redeposed 1376, restored 1379, redeposed once more 1390, restored later that year.
  • John VI Cantacuzenus, deposed 1354.
  • Andronicus IV Palaeologus, deposed 1379.
  • John VII Palaeologus, deposed 1390.
  • Cambodia

  • Brhat Pada Samdach Sdach Rajankariya Brhat Sidhanta Rajadhiraja Ramadipati, King of Cambodia, abdicated 1346.
  • Castile

  • Pedro of Castile, King of Castile, deposed 1366, restored 1367.
  • Henry of Trastamara, King of Castile, deposed 1367, restored 1369.
  • Carinthia

  • Albert III, Duke of Austria, Duke of Carinthia (with Leopold III), lost Carinthia to Leopold in 1379.
  • Cephalonia

  • John II Orsini, Count of Cephalonia 1323-1324, deposed by John of Gravina .
  • Chagatai Khanate

  • Eljigidey, deposed 1329.
  • Kebek, deposed 1310, restored 1318.
  • Clermont-en-Beauvaisis

  • Louis I, Duke of Bourbon, exchanged the County of Clermont-en-Beauvaisis for that of La Marche in 1327.
  • Egypt

  • an-Nasir Nasir-ad-Din Muhammad, Mameluke sultan of Egypt 1293-1295, 1299-1309 and 1309-1340.
  • an-Nasir Nasir-ad-Din al-Hasan, Mameluke sultan of Egypt 1347-1351 and 1354-1361
  • as-Salih Salah-ad-Din Hajji I, Mameluke sultan of Egypt 1382 and 1389.
  • Barquq, Mameluke sultan of Egypt 1382–1389 and 1390–1399, died 1399.
  • England

  • Edward II, King of England, abdicated 1327.
  • Richard II, King of England, deposed 1399.
  • Epirus

  • Nikephoros II Orsini Despot of Epirus 1335-1338 and 1356-1359, died 1359.
  • Hungary

  • Mary of Hungary "Queen-Regnant" of Hungary 1382–1385 and 1386–1395, died 1395.
  • Ilkhanate

  • Musa (Ilkhanid dynasty) Ilkhan 1336, deposed and fled.
  • Imereti

  • Bagrat I of Imereti, King of Imereti, deposed 1330.
  • Emperors

  • Emperor Go-Fushimi Emperor of Japan 1298-1301, abdicated 1301, died 1336 .
  • Emperor Hanazono Emperor of Japan 1308-1318, abdicated 1314, died 1348 .
  • South Court

  • Emperor Chōkei South Emperor of Japan 1368-1383, died 1394.
  • Emperor Go-Kameyama South Emperor of Japan 1383-1392, died 1424 .
  • North Court

  • Emperor Kōgon North Emperor of Japan 1331-1333, deposed 1333, died 1364 .
  • Emperor Kōmyō North Emperor of Japan 1336-1348, abdicated 1348, died 1380 .
  • Emperor Sukō North Emperor of Japan 1348-1351, abdicated 1351, died 1398 .
  • Emperor Go-Kōgon North Emperor of Japan 1352-1371, died 1374.
  • Emperor Go-En'yū North Emperor of Japan 1371-1382, died 1393 .
  • Majorca

  • James III of Majorca, King of Majorca, deposed 1344, died 1349.
  • Moldavia

  • Bâlc of Moldavia Voivode of Moldavia 1359, deposed, died 1395.
  • Naples

  • Joanna I, Queen of Naples, deposed 1382.
  • Ladislaus, King of Naples, deposed 1389, restored 1399.
  • Louis II, King of Naples, deposed 1399.
  • Poznań

  • Wladislaw IV the Short Prince of Poznań 1296-1300 and 1314-1333, died 1333
  • Václav II. Prince of Poznań 1300-1302, died 1305
  • Przemyslaw II of Glogów, Prince of Poznań 1309-1312, died 1331.
  • Henry IV the True (of Zagan), Prince of Poznań 1309-1312, died 1342
  • John of Scinawa Prince of Poznań 1309-1312, died 1361/5
  • Bolesław of Oleśnica Prince of Poznań 1309-1312, died 1322
  • Conrad of Namyslów Prince of Poznań 1309-1312, died 1366
  • Ponthieu

  • James I, Count of La Marche Count of Ponthieu from 1351 to 1360, died 1362 .
  • Saluzzo

  • Manfred V of Saluzzo, marquess of Saluzzo, forced to cede the throne in 1334, usurped throne in 1341, deposed and imprisoned, 1342.
  • Serbia

  • Stephen Uroš III Dečanski, King of Serbia 1321-1331, overthrown and murdered 1331.
  • Styria

  • Albert III, Duke of Austria, Duke of Styria (with Leopold) 1365-1379, lost Styria to Leopold III.
  • Tibet

  • Drakpa Changchub of Phagmo Dru, deposed or abdicated 1381, died 1386.
  • Sonam Drakpa of Phagmo Dru, deposed or abdicated 1385, died 1408.
  • Tyrol

  • Albert III, Duke of Austria, Count of Tyrol (with Leopold III) 1365-1379, lost Tyrol to Leopold.
  • White Horde

  • Tokhtamysh Khan of the White Horde 1378–1380, title integrated into the Golden Horde.
  • Zahumlje

  • Nikola Altomanović, ruler of Zahumlje, deposed and blinded, 1873.
  • Zurichgau

  • John II of Zurichgau, ruler of Zurichgau 1337-1351, died 1380
  • References

    List of monarchs who lost their thrones in the 14th century Wikipedia


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