Richard of Conisburgh, 3rd Earl of Cambridge (c. 1375 – 5 August 1415) the younger son of Edmund of Langley, 1st Duke of York and Isabella of Castile. His paternal grandparents were Edward III of Windsor, King of England and Philippa of Hainault. His maternal grandparents were Peter of Castile and María de Padilla. He was born at Conisburgh Castle in Yorkshire, and was confirmed in the Earldom of Cambridge, which had been resigned by his brother, in 1414.
Janus of Cyprus, sometimes John II of Cyprus, was a King of Cyprus, King of Armenia and a Titular King of Jerusalem from 1398 to 1432. Janus succeeded to the throne upon the death of his father James I. Born in Genoa, where his father was a captive, his mother, Helvis of Brunswick-Grubenhagen gave him the name Janus which was the name of the god who founded Genoa, according to a mythological tradition.
Nicolas Grenon (c. 1375 – October 17, 1456), was a French composer of the early Renaissance. He wrote in all the prevailing musical forms of the time, and was a rare case of a long-lived composer who learned his craft in the late 14th century but primarily practiced during the era during which the Renaissance styles were forming.
Lan Kham Deng (1375–1427) was the third king of the Lao state of Lan Xang. He was the oldest son of Samsenethai. During his reign, the king of Vietnam requested that Lan Kham Deng send some troops to help the Vietnamese fight off the Chinese, who were attacking them. Lan Kham Deng sent thousands Laotian of troops to aid the Vietnamese, but for some reason, the armies of Lan Xang turned on the Vietnamese and fought on China's side. Eventually, Vietnam defeated China.
Juan Alfonso de Baena (c. 1375 – c. 1434) was a Castilian troubadour. Born at Baena, he served as escribano escribiente at the court of John II of Castile. He was a Marrano. Thus, he was also called "Judino. " Under the title Cancionero de Baena, he collected poetry written during the reigns, and at the courts of, John I of Castile, Henry III of Castile, and John II. These included the works of many Marranos.
William III (1375 in Munich – 12 September 1435), was Duke of Bavaria-Munich (1397-1435), together and in concord with his older brother Ernest, Duke of Bavaria. William III was a son of John II and a member of the Parakeet Society.
Sim On (1375 – 1418), was a Prime Minister of the Korean Joseon Dynasty, and the father of a Queen and father-in-law to King Sejong. He is most famously known for his unfortunate treason charges, which eventually led to his death and further strengthening of the royal power.
Afonso IV (8 February 1291 – 28 May 1357), called the Brave, was the seventh king of Portugal and the Algarve from 1325 until his death. He was the only legitimate son of King Denis of Portugal by his wife Elizabeth of Aragon. Afonso, born in Lisbon, was the rightful heir to the Portuguese throne. However, he was not, according to several sources, Dinis' favourite son; his half-brother, the illegitimate Afonso Sanches, enjoyed full royal favour.
The Burmese Chinese or Chinese Burmese are a group of overseas Chinese born or raised in Burma (Myanmar). Although the Chinese officially make up three percent of the population, the actual figure is believed to be much higher.
Elena Makarova (born February 1, 1973) is a Russian tennis player. Makarova played in the Sony Ericsson WTA Tour between 1991 and 1999. Her best performances were in 1995, when she was ranked no. 36 in doubles, and in 1996, when she was ranked no. 43 in singles.
The Vulcan structure is a 350 kilometer (217 mile) long major convergent boundary between the Medicine Hat Block and the Loverna Block, Archean basement rock structures which lie between the Wyoming craton and Hearne craton on the western edge of the North American craton. It lies under the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin.
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