List of wars 1000–1499

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1000–1099[edit]

Start Finish Name of Conflict Belligerents
Victorious party (if applicable) Defeated party (if applicable)
1010 1011 Second conflict in the Goryeo–Khitan War Goryeo Liao Dynasty
1014 1014 Battle of Clontarf Munster Leinster
Dublin
1015 1016 Cnut the Great's conquest of England Denmark

Poland

England
1018 1018 Boleslaw I's intervention in the Kievan succession crisis, 1018 Kievan Rus' allied to Poland and Hungary Kievan Rus' allied to Yaroslav I
1018 1019 Third conflict in the Goryeo–Khitan War Goryeo Liao Dynasty
1019 1019 Toi Invasion Goryeo

Japan Kyushu

Toi Pirates
1030 1030 Battle of Stiklestad Peasant Army Norway Norway
1043 1043 Rus'–Byzantine War (1043) Byzantine Empire Kievan Rus'
1048 1308 Byzantine–Seljuq Wars Great Seljuq Empire Byzantine Empire

Byzantine Empire Crusader States
Kingdom of Hungary

1051 1063 Zenkunen War Japan Japan Abe clan
1065 1067 War of the Three Sanchos Kingdom of Castile Kingdom of Navarre

Kingdom of Aragon

1066 1066 Battle of Stamford Bridge Kingdom of England Norway
1066 1088 Norman conquest of England Normandy Kingdom of England
1083(disputed) 1089(disputed) Gosannen War Standstill between the Kiyohara Clan and the Mutsu Province
1096 1099 First Crusade
Part of the Crusades
Crusaders:

 Holy Roman Empire
 Kingdom of France
 Kingdom of England
Duchy of Apulia
 Byzantine Empire
Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia

Saracen:

Great Seljuq Empire
Danishmends
 Fatimid Caliphate
Almoravid Dynasty
Abbasid Caliphate

1100-1199[edit]

Start Finish Name of Conflict Belligerents
Victorious party (if applicable) Defeated party (if applicable)
Summer of 1101 Summer of 1101 Crusade of 1101
Part of the Crusades
Great Seljuq Empire

Danishmends
 Fatimid Caliphate

 Holy Roman Empire

 Kingdom of France
 Kingdom of England
Duchy of Apulia
 Byzantine Empire
Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia

1125 1208 Jurchen campaigns against the Song Dynasty Jin Dynasty Song Dynasty
1145 1149 Second Crusade
Part of the Crusades
Saracen:
Sultanate of Rûm

Almoravid Dynasty
Zengid Dynasty
Abbasid Caliphate
 Fatimid Caliphate
Kingdom of Sicily

Crusaders:

Kingdom of Jerusalem
 Kingdom of France
 Holy Roman Empire
 Kingdom of Portugal
Kingdom of Castile
County of Barcelona
Kingdom of León
 Byzantine Empire
 Kingdom of England

1147 1242 Northern Crusades
Part of the Crusades
Crusaders Pagans
1156 1156 Hōgen Rebellion Emperor Go-Shirakawa Emperor Sutoku
1160 1160 Heiji Rebellion Taira clan Minamoto clan
1169 1175 Norman invasion of Ireland Normandy  Ulster

Mide
 Leinster
 Munster
 Connacht

1179 1179 Battle of Jacob's Ford
Part of the Crusades
Ayyubid Kingdom of Jerusalem
1180 1185 Genpei War Minamoto clan Taira clan
1185 1204 Uprising of Asen and Peter Bulgarian Empire  Byzantine Empire
1189 1192 Third Crusade
Part of the Crusades
Crusaders:

Kingdom of Jerusalem
 Kingdom of England
 Kingdom of France
 Holy Roman Empire

Saracen:

Ayyubid Dynasty
Zengid Dynasty
 Byzantine Empire
Kingdom of Sicily

1200-1299[edit]

Start Finish Name of Conflict Belligerents
Victorious party (if applicable) Defeated party (if applicable)
1202 1204 Fourth Crusade
Part of the Crusades
Crusaders:

 Holy Roman Empire
 Republic of Venice
Monferrat

 Byzantine Empire
1202 1214 Anglo-French War (1202–14)  Kingdom of France  England
1204 1261 Bulgarian–Latin Wars Bulgarian Empire Latin Empire
1206 1337 Mongol conquests Mongol Empire Western Xia

Jin Dynasty
Manchuria
大理國 Dali Kingdom
Khwarizmian Empire
Kara-Khitan Khanate
Song Dynasty
Kievan Rus'
Volga Bulgaria
 Byzantine Empire
Kingdom of Poland
Kingdom of Hungary
Kingdom of Croatia
Kingdom of Serbia
Bulgarian Empire
Sultanate of Rûm
Empire of Trebizond
Crusader states
Đại Việt
Sukhothai Kingdom
Mamluk Sultanate
Abbasid Caliphate
Goryeo
 Japan
Pagan Kingdom
Chăm Pa
Singhasari

1208 1227 Livonian Crusade
Part of the Crusades
Crusaders:

Sword-Brothers
Livonian Order
 Kingdom of Denmark
 Kingdom of Sweden

Indigenous Baltic and Finno-Ugric peoples, especially Latgalians, Estonians and Livonians
1209 1229 Albigensian Crusade
Part of the Crusades
Crusaders:

 Kingdom of France

Cathars:

Counts of Toulouse
Kingdom of Aragon

1213 1221 Fifth Crusade
Part of the Crusades
Egyptians:

Ayyubid Dynasty

Crusaders:

Latin Empire of Constantinople
Kingdom of Cyprus
Sultanate of Rûm
 Holy Roman Empire
Austria Archduchy of Austria
Knights Templar
Teutonic Knights
Knights Hospitaller
Kingdom of Hungary
County of Holland
 Kingdom of France
Papal States

1214 1214 Battle of Bouvines  Kingdom of France Welfs

 Flanders
 England
Boulogne

1215 1217 First Barons' War  Kingdom of England Rebel Barons

 Kingdom of France

1216 1222 War of the Succession of Champagne Blason région fr Champagne-Ardenne.svg County of Champagne
France Ancient.svg Kingdom of France
Holy Roman Empire Arms-single head.svg Holy Roman Empire
Blason Ducs Bourgogne (ancien).svg Duchy of Burgundy
Bar Arms.svg County of Bar
C o a Innocenzo III.svg Papal States
Armoiries Brienne-Ramerupt.svg Most of the local barons in the eastern and southern borderlands of Champagne, united under Erard of Brienne claiming succession by marrying Theobald IV's cousin Philippa.
Blason Lorraine.svg Duchy of Lorraine
1228 1229 Sixth Crusade
Part of the Crusades
Crusaders:

 Holy Roman Empire
Teutonic Knights

Kingdom of Cyprus

Ibelin
Ayyubid Dynasty

1242 1249 First Prussian Uprising
1248 1254 Seventh Crusade
Part of the Crusades
Muslims:

Ayyubid Dynasty
Bahris

Crusaders:

 Kingdom of France
Knights Templar

1260 1274 Great Prussian Uprising
1262 1262 Berke–Hulagu war Golden Horde Ilkhanate
1262 1266 Scottish–Norwegian War  Kingdom of Scotland  Norway
1264 1267 Second Barons' War Kingdom of England Pro-Monarchy Forces Kingdom of England Anti-Monarchy Barons
1266 1266 Battle of Benevento
Part of Guelphs and Ghibellines
Guelphs Holy Roman Empire Ghibellines
1270 1270 Eighth Crusade
Part of the Crusades
Hafsids  Kingdom of France
1271 1272 Ninth Crusade
Part of the Crusades
Mamluks:

Bahris

Crusaders:

Anjou
Kingdom of Cyprus
Principality of Antioch
 Kingdom of England
Ilkhanate

1282 1302 War of the Sicilian Vespers Peace Between:

Kingdom of Aragon
Kingdom of Trinacria

and:

Kingdom of Naples
 Kingdom of France
Kingdom of Majorca

1296 1328 First War of Scottish Independence  Kingdom of Scotland  Kingdom of England

1300-1399[edit]

Start Finish Name of Conflict Belligerents
Victorious party (if applicable) Defeated party (if applicable)
1302 1302 Battle of the Golden Spurs County of Flanders  Kingdom of France
1308 1308 Teutonic takeover of Danzig (Gdańsk) Teutonic Knights Holy Roman Empire Margraviate of Brandenburg
1315 1315 Battle of Morgarten Swiss Confederation:

Uri
Schwyz
Unterwalden

 Austria
1315 1318 Bruce campaign in Ireland Lordship of Ireland

 Kingdom of England

 Kingdom of Scotland
1321 1322 Swedish–Novgorodian Wars Peace made between:

 Kingdom of Sweden

and:

Republic of Novgorod

1323 1328 Peasant revolt in Flanders 1323–28  Flanders

 Kingdom of France

Peasant Army
1326 1332 Polish–Teutonic War (1326–32) Peace Between:

Teutonic Knights

and:

Kingdom of Poland

1331 1333 Genkō War
1332 1357 Second War of Scottish Independence  Kingdom of Scotland

 Kingdom of France

 Kingdom of England
1337 1453 Hundred Years' War  Kingdom of France

Crown of Castille
 Kingdom of Scotland
Republic of Genoa
Kingdom of Majorca
Kingdom of Bohemia
Crown of Aragon
 Kingdom of France Duchy of Brittany

Kingdom of England

Duchy of Burgundy
Aquitaine
Kingdom of Portugal
Kingdom of Navarre
Flanders
County of Hainaut
 Luxembourg
 Holy Roman Empire

1340 1396 Bulgarian–Ottoman Wars Ottoman Empire Bulgarian Empire
1341 1364 War of the Breton Succession
Part of the Hundred Years' War
 Kingdom of England  Kingdom of France
1342 1342 Battle of Zava Kartids Sarbadars
1356 1375 War of the Two Peters
1366 1369 Castilian Civil War
1375 1378 War of the Eight Saints Peace between:

Papal States

and:

Florence
Milan
Siena

1380 1380 Battle of Kulikovo Moscow Grand Duchy of Moscow

Principality of Beloozero
Principality of Rostov
Principality of Yaroslavl
Principality of Suzdal—Nizhny Novgorod
Principality of Murom

Golden Horde
1382 1385 Greater Poland Civil War
1383 1385 1383–85 Crisis Kingdom of Portugal

 Kingdom of England

Crown of Castille

 Kingdom of France

1380s Early 1390s Tokhtamysh–Timur war Timurid Dynasty Golden Horde
1385 1424 Forty Years' War Peace between:
Kingdom of Ava
and
Kingdom of Hanthawaddy
1386 1404 Timur's invasions of Georgia Timurid Dynasty Kingdom of Georgia

1400-1499[edit]

Start Finish Name of Conflict Belligerents
Victorious party (if applicable) Defeated party (if applicable)
1402 1402 Battle of Ankara Timurid Empire  Ottoman Empire

Moravian Serbia

1406 1407 Ming–Hồ War
1407 1435 Armagnac–Burgundian Civil War
Part of the Hundred Years' War
1407 1427 Fourth Chinese domination of Vietnam 大明 Ming Dynasty 胡朝 Hồ Dynasty
1409 1411 Polish–Lithuanian–Teutonic War Kingdom of Poland
Grand Duchy of Lithuania
Teutonic Knights
1410 or 1411 1410 or 1411 Ming–Kotte War 大明 Ming Dynasty Kingdom of Kotte
1414 1414 Hunger War Kingdom of Poland
Grand Duchy of Lithuania
Teutonic Order and mercenaries
1419 1419 Ōei Invasion Sō clan Joseon Dynasty[1]
1419 1434 Hussite Wars  Holy Roman Empire
Royalists
Hungary
Pope
moderated Hussites (Utraquists)
Serbian mercenaries[2]
Hussites 1419-1423,
Radical Hussites (Taborites and Orebites) 1423-1434
1422 1422 Siege of Constantinople (1422)  Byzantine Empire  Ottoman Empire
1422 1422 Gollub War Kingdom of Poland
Grand Duchy of Lithuania
Moldavia Principality of Moldavia
Teutonic Order and mercenaries and various knights from the rest of Europe
1425 1454 Wars in Lombardy Duchy of Milan Republic of Venice
1431 1435 Polish–Teutonic War (1431–35) Kingdom of Poland Teutonic Order
1431 1435 Lithuanian Civil War (1431–35) Western Grand Duchy of Lithuania (Samogitian Eldership, Trakai Voivodeship, Vilnius Voivodeship, Podlasie)

Kingdom of Poland
Hussites

Eastern Grand Duchy of Lithuania (Polotsk, Vitebsk, Smolensk, Kiev, Volhynia)

Teutonic Knights
Livonian Order
Golden Horde

1444 1444 Battle of Torvioll League of Lezhë Ottoman Empire
1446 early 1500s Flower war Aztec Empire Tlaxcala
Cholula
1453 1453 Fall of Constantinople  Ottoman Empire  Byzantine Empire
 Republic of Genoa
1454 1466 Thirteen Years' War (1454–66) Holy Roman Empire Prussian Confederation

Kingdom of Poland

Teutonic State
1455 1485 Wars of the Roses House of Lancaster House of York
1456 1456 Siege of Belgrade (1456) Kingdom of Hungary
Serbs
European Crusaders
Ottoman Empire
1462 1462 The Night Attack Wallachia Wallachia Ottoman Empire
1467 1477 Ōnin War
1467 1479 War of the Priests
1468 1478 Bohemian War (1468–78) Peace between:

Kingdom of Hungary

and:

Kingdom of Bohemia

1470 1471 Dano-Swedish War (1470–71) Sweden Sweden Denmark Denmark
German Knights
1471 1471 Cham–Vietnamese War (1471) Lê Dynasty Dai Viet Champa
1474 1477 Burgundian Wars Switzerland Swiss Confederation Burgundy Duchy of Burgundy
1475 1479 War of the Castilian Succession Isabella Supporters
Crown of Aragon
Juana Supporters
Kingdom of Portugal
Kingdom of France
1477 1488 Austrian–Hungarian War (1477–88) Kingdom of Hungary Holy Roman Empire Holy Roman Empire
1480 1480 Siege of Rhodes (1480) Knights Hospitaller Ottoman Empire
1482 1484 War of Ferrara Republic of Venice
Papal States
Duchy of Ferrara
Kingdom of Naples
1482 1492 Granada War Union of the Crown of Castile and Crown of Aragon Emirate of Granada
1492 1494 First Muscovite–Lithuanian War [[File:|23x15px|border |alt=|link=]] Grand Duchy of Moscow
Crimean Khanate
Grand Duchy of Lithuania
Vyazma
1494 1498 Italian War of 1494–98 Papal States
 Republic of Venice
Kingdom of Naples
Spain
Duchy of Milan
 Holy Roman Empire
 France
1495 1497 Russo-Swedish War (1495–97) [[File:|23x15px|border |alt=|link=]] Grand Duchy of Moscow Kingdom of Denmark
Kingdom of Sweden
1499 1504 Italian War of 1499–1504 Duchy of Milan
Kingdom of Naples
Spain (after 1501)
 France
 Republic of Venice
Spain (until 1501)
1499 1499 Swabian War Swiss Confederacy,
Three Leagues of the Grisons
Swabian League,
forces of Holy Roman Empire
1499 1503 Ottoman–Venetian War (1499–1503)  Ottoman Empire  Republic of Venice
Spain Spain

References[edit]

  1. ^ Annals of King Sejong August 16, 1419 [1] "Made to take the responsibility of this defeat, 박실(朴實) was dismissed."
  2. ^ A nagyszombati csata (Magyar Katolikus Lexikon) and Battle of Trnava (1430)