1320s

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The 1320s was a decade of the Julian Calendar which began on January 1, 1320, and ended on December 31, 1329.

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1320

January–December[]

Date unknown[]

1321[]

January–December[]

Date unknown[]

1322[]

January–December[]

1323[]

January–December[]

Date unknown[]

1324[]

Date unknown[]

1325[]

January–December[]

Date unknown[]

1326[]

January–December[]

Date unknown[]

1327[]

January–December[]

1328[]

January–December[]

Date unknown[]

1329[]

January–December[]

Date unknown[]

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Deaths[]

Marco Polo. January 8, 1324.

References[]

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