produce some of Korea's most renowned Seon masters. Three important monks of this period who figured prominently in charting the future course of Korean Seon were contemporaries and friends: '''Gyeonghan Baeg'un''' (景閑白雲; 1298–1374), '''Taego Bou''' (太古普愚; 1301–1382) and '''Naong Hyegeun''' (懶翁慧勤; 1320–1376). All three went to Yuan China to learn the ''Linji (Linji school)'' (臨濟 or ''Imje'' in Korean (Korean language)) ''gwanhwa'' teaching that had been popularized by Jinul. All three

of Georgia ''' - Rusudan (1223–1245) *'''Korea (Goryeo Kingdom) (Goryeo)''' - Gojong (Gojong of Goryeo) (1213–1259) *'''Emirate of Hamah''' - *'''Kingdom of Cyprus''' - Henry I (Henry I of Cyprus) (1218–1253) *'''Goryeo''' - Gojong (Gojong of Goryeo) (1213–1259) *'''Emirate of Homs''' - Al-Mujahid (Al-Mujahid of Homs) (1186–1240) **Shikken - Hōjō Morotoki (1301–1311) *''' Goryeo Korea (Goryeo Kingdom

) ''' - Chungseon (Chungseon of Goryeo) (1308–1313) **Shikken - Hōjō Morotoki (1301–1311) *'''Korea (Goryeo Kingdom) (Goryeo)''' - Chungseon (Chungseon of Goryeo) (1308–1313) *'''Kingdom of Cyprus''' - Henry I (Henry I of Cyprus) (1218–1253) *'''Korea (Goryeo Kingdom) (Goryeo)''' - Gojong (Gojong of Goryeo) (1213–1259) *'''Emirate of Homs''' - Al-Mujahid (Al-Mujahid of Homs) (1186–1240) *''' Kingdom

Roman Catholic Diocese of Sion

. Throughout the Middle Ages there were conflicts in the relationship between the mother abbey, the priory, the Bishop and towns. thumb 400px The Old Swiss Confederacy from 1291 to the sixteenth century (Image:Old Swiss Confederation.jpg) In the Valais, the conflict between the Bishop of Sion (Roman Catholic Diocese of Sion) and the Duchy of Savoy, which had led to a separation in 1301

(the bishop controlling the upper Valais and the Savoyards the lower part), broke out again. Twice the Savoyards temporarily occupied the whole Valais, but both times they were ultimately defeated. Both peace treaties from 1361 and 1391 restored the ''status quo'' of 1301. As a result of these struggles, the villages in the upper Valais organized themselves in the ''Sieben Zenden'' ("seven tenths") around 1355, emerging after these wars as largely independent small states, much like


and all fairs were associated with the major boroughs and can be used as a gauge of their economic and social significance as also the 1301 quo warranto proceedings in Cork at which John de Barry "claimed the basic baronial jurisdiction of gallows, infangetheof, ''vetitia namia'' and fines for shedding blood (where 'Englishmen' were involved) in his manors of Buttevant, Castlelyons, Rathbarry and Lislee". The town of Buttevant accumulated a series


by Venetian craftsmen. When King Andrew III died on 14 January 1301, Charles' partisans took him to Esztergom where the Archbishop Gregory Bicskei (Archbishop Gregory Bicskei of Esztergom) crowned him with an occasional crown because the Holy Crown of Hungary was guarded by his opponents. The majority of the magnates of the kingdom, however, did not accept his rule and proclaimed Wenceslaus (Wenceslaus III of Bohemia), the son of Wenceslaus II of Bohemia king. The young

, and raided the nearby lands. The next day in June 1543 the Bishop himself went to the Ottomans with the keys of the city. thumb Minaret in the Jakovali Hassan mosque (File:Minaretpecs.JPG) - Hungary Székesfehérvár Cathedral Basilica of St Stephen the King (Székesfehérvár Cathedral) 1938 100px (Image:Szekesfehervar Szekesegyhaz 01.JPG) - In 1301, Wenceslaus' kinsman Andrew III of Hungary died and the Árpád dynasty became extinct in the male line. Wenceslaus was one

of the relatives who claimed the throne, and he accepted it from a party of Hungarians on behalf of his young son. On 27 August 1301, Wenceslaus III was crowned in Székesfehérvár as the King of Hungary and as such assumed the name '''Ladislaus V''' (Hungarian: ''László'', This name is not recognized in contemporary Hungarian historiography; the king is usually named simply '''Vencel''' and the fifth ordinal number is allocated to Ladislaus the Posthumous (''V. László'') ref>

Kingdom of Dambadeniya

for a time at Polonnaruwa, Yapahuwa and Dambadeniya. Throughout the district and near by, other archaeological cities and sites can be found dating from different periods. The earlier capitals include the city of Panduvasnuwara in the north-west where visitors can see the remains of a moated palace along with buddhist monasteries dating from the 12th century, Dambadeniya to the south-west, dating from the mid-13th century, and the fortress of Yapahuwa in the north (circa 1301). King Buvanekabahu II

Telegraph Hill, San Francisco

with North Beach a destination for poets and bohemian intellectuals, dreaming of turning it into a West Coast (West Coast of the United States) West Village (West Village, Manhattan). thumb left Montgomery Street building, 1940 (Image:Historic American Buildings Survey A. J. Wittlock, Photographer March 1940 TELEGRAPH HILL AND MONTGOMERY STREET HOUSES - Telegraph Hill (House), 1301 Montgomery Street, San HABS CAL,38-SANFRA,126-1.tif) Attractions and characteristics Telegraph

Terra Mariana

(later Commonwealth (Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth)) of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and the Kingdom of Poland (Kingdom of Poland (1385–1569)). Grand as Prince-Archbishop designate of Riga On 3 January 1303 Boniface VIII - with effect only in 1304 - replaced Grand as Archbishop of Lund by Isarnus Tacconi, since 1301 prince-archbishop (prince-bishop) in Riga. Still in 1303 Pope Benedict XI, Boniface' successor, provided Grand with the thus vacant Archbishopric


, Shaft (Shaft, Iran), Talesh, and Soumahe Sara. thumb 300px Zahed Gilani's Shrine (File:Sheikhzahed01.jpg) The mystic '''Taj Al-Din Ebrahim ibn Rushan Amir Al-Kurdi Al-Sanjani''' (or Sinjani) (1216–1301) ( ), titled Sheikh Zahed (or Zahid) Gilani, was Grandmaster (Murshid Kamil) of the famed Zahediyeh Sufi Order at Lahijan. He was Kurdish (Kurdish people) descent. Since the mid 13th century, Sheikh Zahed

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