List of State Leaders in 1388 - Europe

Europe

  • Principality of Achaea - Interregnum (1386–1396)
  • Kingdom of Aragon - John I the Hunter (1387–1396)
  • Duchy of the Archipelago - Francesco I Crispo (1383–1397)
  • Duchy of Athens - Nerio I Acciajuoli (1388–1394)
  • Duchy of Austria (Albertinian line) - Albert III (1365–1395)
  • Inner Austria (Leopoldian line) - William, Duke of Styria, Duke of Carinthia and Count of Tyrol (1386–1406)
  • County of Auvergne - John II (1386–1394)
  • Margraviate of Baden - Rudolf VII (1372–1391) and Bernard I (1372–1431)
  • County of Barcelona - John I the Hunter (1387–1396)
  • Duchy of Brabant - Joan (1355–1406)
  • Duchy of Brittany - John V the Conqueror (1364–1399)
  • Bulgarian Empire -
    1. Ivan Shishman, Tsar of Bulgaria (1371–1395)
    2. Ivan Sratsimir, Tsar of Bulgaria in Vidin (1356–1396)
    • Principality of Karvuna - Ivanco, Despot of Karvuna (1387–1395)
  • Duchy of Burgundy (House of Valois) - Philip II the Bold (1364–1404)
  • Byzantine Empire (Palaeologan Dynasty) - John V (1341–1391)
  • Crown of Castile - John I (1379–1390)
  • Denmark, Norway, and Sweden - Margrete I, Queen of Denmark and Norway, Regent of Sweden (1387–1412)
  • Kingdom of England (Angevin) - Richard II (1377–1399)
  • Kingdom of France (Valois Dynasty) - Charles VI the Well-Beloved (1380–1422)
  • Republic of Genoa - Antoniotto Adorno, Doge of Genoa (1384–1390)
  • Golden Horde - Tokhtamysh, Khan of the Golden Horde (1380–1395)
  • Duchy of Guelders - William I (1371–1402)
  • Holy Roman Empire - Wenceslaus of Luxemburg (1378–1400)
    • Duchy of Bavaria-Straubing (House of Wittelsbach) -
      • William I (1347–1388)
      • Albert (1347–1404)
    • Prince-Archbishopric of Bremen - Albert II (1361–1395)
    • County of Hainaut and County of Holland
      • Count - William I, Duke of Bavaria-Straubing (1347–1388)
      • Regent - Albert, Duke of Bavaria-Straubing (1358–1388)
  • Kingdom of Hungary (Angevin) - Mary (1382–1395) with Sigismund, Holy Roman Emperor (1386–1395)
  • Kingdom of León - John I (1379–1390)
  • Grand Duchy of Lithuania - Ladislaus II Jogaila (1377/8-1392/1401)
  • County of Maine - Charles III of Taranto (1384–1404)
  • Principality of Moldavia - Petru I, Voivod of Moldavia (1375–1391)
  • Grand Duchy of Moscow - Dmitri Donskoy (1359–1389)
  • Kingdom of Naples - Ladislaus the Magnanimous (1386–1389)
  • Kingdom of Navarre (Évreux) - Charles III the Noble (1387–1425)
  • Ottoman (Turkish) Empire - Murad I (1359–1389)
  • Kingdom of Poland - Hedwig (Angevin, 1384–1399) with Vladislaus II (Jagiellonian, 1386–1399/1401)
  • Kingdom of Portugal - João I (1385–1433)
  • Electorate of Saxony - Wenzel (1370–1388) and Rudolf III (1388–1419)
  • Kingdom of Scotland (House of Stuart) - Robert II (1371–1390)
  • Kingdom of Sicily (Aragonese) - Maria (1377–1401)
  • Principality of Taranto - Otto (1383–1393)
  • Empire of Trebizond - Alexius III Comnenus (1349–1390)
  • Valencia - John I the Hunter (1387–1396)
  • Republic of Venice - Antonio Veniero, Doge of Venice (1382–1400)
  • Principality of Wallachia - Mircea cel Bătrân (the Elder) (1386–1418)
  • Holy See - Pope Urban VI (1378–1389)
  • Teutonic Knights - Konrad III Zollner von Rothstein, Grand Master of the Teutonic Order (1382–1390)

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