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1387 ( ) was a MCCCLXXXVII common year starting on Tuesday (link will display the full calendar) of the Julian calendar.
January–December [ edit ]
January – Sigismund, the future Holy Roman Emperor and husband of Mary, Queen of Hungary, orders the murder of his mother-in-law, Elizabeta Kotromanic, and declares himself joint ruler of Hungary.
January 1 – Charles III ascends to the throne of Navarre, after the death of his father, Charles II.
January 5 – John I succeeds his father, Peter IV, as King of Aragon and Valencia, and forms an alliance with France and Castile.
March 11 – Battle of Castagnaro: Padua, led by John Hawkwood, is victorious over Giovanni Ordelaffi of Verona.
June 2 – John Holland, a maternal half-brother of Richard II of England, is created Earl of Huntingdon.
August 22 – Olaf, King of Norway and Denmark and claimant to the throne of Sweden, dies. The vacant thrones come under the regency of his mother Margaret I of Denmark, who will soon become queen in her own right.
September 27 - Petru II of Moldavia pays homage to Władysław II Jagiełło, making Moldavia a Polish fief (which it will remain until 1497).
December 19 – Battle of Radcot Bridge: Forces loyal to Richard II of England are defeated by a group of rebellious barons known as the Lords Appellant. Richard II is imprisoned until he agrees to replace all the councillors in his court.
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