1240s

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1240

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1241

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1242

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  • The diocese of Warmia, Poland is created.


1243

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1244

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1245

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1246

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1247

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1248

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1249

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=Mediterranean=

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Microhistory[edit]
  • Jean Mouflet makes an agreement with the abbot of Saint-Pierre-le-Vif in the Senonais region in France: in return for an annual payment, the monastery will recognize Jean as a "citizen of Sens". He is a leather merchant, has a leather shop that he leases for the rent of 50 shillings a year. The agreement is witnessed by Jean's wife, Douce, daughter of a wealthy and prominent citizen of Sens, Felis Charpentier.
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Significant people[edit]

Fibonacci. Fibonacci sequence and Liber Abbaci

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References[edit]

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