Henry of Ghent (c. 1217 – 1293), scholastic philosopher, known as Doctor Solemnis (the Solemn Doctor), also known as Henricus de Gandavo, was born in the district of Mude, near Ghent, and died at Tournai. Between the death of Thomas Aquinas in 1274 and the arrival of Duns Scotus in the early 14th century he was the leading Augustinian.
Al-Malik al-Ashraf Salāh al-Dīn Khalil ibn Qalawūn; (b. c. 1262, Cairo - d. 14 December 1293, Kom Turuga). Was the eighth Mamluk sultan of Egypt from 1290 until his assassination in December, 1293. He is most famous for conquering the last of the Crusader states in Palestine.
Meir of Rothenburg (c. 1215 – 2 May 1293) was a German rabbi and poet, a major author of the tosafot on Rashi's commentary on the Talmud. He is also known as Meir ben Baruch, the Maharam of Rothenburg.
Davit VI Narin (also called the clever) (1225-1293), from the Bagrationi dynasty, was king of Georgia in 1245-1293. From 1259 to 1293, he ruled the kingdom of Imereti under the name Davit I as a vassal state of Georgia.
Dmitry Alexandrovich (ca. 1250-1294) was Grand Duke of Vladimir-Suzdal from 1276 until 1281 and then from 1283 until 1293. Dmitry was the second son of Alexander Nevsky. When his elder brother Vasily died young, Dmitry remained the chief heir to his illustrious father. As early as 1259, he was left by Alexander in charge of Novgorod. Upon Alexander's death in 1264, however, the Novgorodians expelled Dmitry to his native Pereslavl-Zalessky, citing his youth as a pretext.
Stig Andersen Hvide, (“Marsk Stig”), died December 1293. Danish marsk and magnate, known as the leading man among the outlaws after the murder of Eric V 1286. Stig Andersen (in Danish tradition always known as Marsk Stig) was an outstanding Danish magnate, who in spite of the alleged surname does not seem to have been a member of the Hvide family but having been married into it.
Thomas Bek (also spelled Beck) (died 12 May 1293) was a Bishop of St David's. Thomas was the elder brother of Antony Bek, Bishop of Durham and of St David's. He was a trusted servant of King Edward I. He obtained many important and wealthy ecclesiastical positions, was made treasurer of England in 1279, and became bishop of St Davids in 1280.
Franciscus Accursius was an Italian lawyer, the son of the celebrated jurist and glossator Accursius. The two are often confused. Born in Bologna, Franciscus was more distinguished for his tact than for his wisdom. Edward I of England, returning from Palestine, brought him with him to England. The king invited him to Oxford, and in 1275 or 1276 he read lectures on law in the university. He returned to Bologna in 1282, and practiced law there until his death.
Narjot or Narjod de Toucy (12?? – 1293) was the son of Philip of Toucy (died 1277) and of Portia de Roye. Narjot was therefore the grandson of his namesake who died in 1241. Narjot de Toucy was Lord of Terza, Captain-General of Durazzo, Admiral of the Kingdom of Sicily in 1277, and Captain-General of the Morea in 1282. On 23 June 1287 he helped command an Angevin galley fleet which was defeated by a fleet commanded by Roger of Lauria in the Battle of the Counts. In c.
The Spanish National Badminton Championships is a tournament organized by the Federación Española de Bádminton to crown the best badminton players in Spain. The tournament started in 1982 and is held every year.
The Kanongesha-Lunda (also called the Western Lunda) are an ethnic group living mainly in the North-Western Province of Zambia under Senior Chief Kanongesha, around the provincial capital Mwinilunga. They are descended from the Lunda people of the Lunda Kingdom and are closely related to Lunda people in Angola and DR Congo who all speak Chilunda. They are also related to the Kazembe-Lunda or Eastern Lunda, but the latter speak Chibemba.