List of monarchs who lost their thrones in the 14th century

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This is a list of monarchs who lost their thrones in the 14th century.

Achaea[edit]

Albania[edit]

Austria[edit]

Bosnia[edit]

Bulgaria[edit]

  • Chaka, Emperor of Bulgaria 1299 to 1300, deposed and strangled in prison 1300.
  • Ivan Stephen, Emperor of Bulgaria 1330 to 1331, deposed, died in exile after 1343.

Byzantine Empire[edit]

Cambodia[edit]

Castile[edit]

Carinthia[edit]

Cephalonia[edit]

Chagatai Khanate[edit]

Clermont-en-Beauvaisis[edit]

Egypt[edit]

England[edit]

Epirus[edit]

Hungary[edit]

  • Mary of Hungary "Queen-Regnant" of Hungary 1382–1385 and 1386–1395, died 1395.

Ilkhanate[edit]

Imereti[edit]

Japan[edit]

Emperors[edit]

South Court[edit]

North Court[edit]

Majorca[edit]

Moldavia[edit]

Naples[edit]

  • Joanna I, Queen of Naples, deposed 1382.
  • Ladislaus, King of Naples, deposed 1389, restored 1399.
  • Louis II, King of Naples, deposed 1399.

Poznań[edit]

Ponthieu[edit]

Saluzzo[edit]

  • Manfred V of Saluzzo, marquess of Saluzzo, forced to cede the throne in 1334, usurped throne in 1341, deposed and imprisoned, 1342.

Serbia[edit]

Styria[edit]

Tibet[edit]

Tyrol[edit]

White Horde[edit]

  • Tokhtamysh Khan of the White Horde 1378–1380, title integrated into the Golden Horde.

Zahumlje[edit]

Zurichgau[edit]

See also[edit]