Pope Boniface VIII (c. 1235 – October 11, 1303), born Benedetto Gaetani, was Pope of the Catholic Church from 1294 to 1303. Today, Boniface VIII is probably best remembered for his feuds with Dante, who placed him in a circle of Hell in his Divina Commedia, and with King Philip IV of France.
Saint Ivo of Kermartin (17 October 1253 – 19 May 1303), also known Yvo or Ives, as Erwann (in Breton) and as Yves Hélory (also Helori or Heloury in French), was a parish priest among the poor of Louannec, the only one of his station to be canonized in the Middle Ages. He is the patron of Brittany, lawyers, and abandoned children. His feast day is May 19. Poetically, he is referred to as "Advocate of the Poor."
Beatrice Alfonso of Castile-León (1242–1303) was the second Queen consort of Afonso III of Portugal. She was an illegitimate daughter of Alfonso X of Castile and his mistress Mayor Guillén de Guzmán.
Ivan Asen III (Bulgarian: , also ???? ???? III, Ioan Asen III, and in English John Asen III), ruled as emperor (tsar) of Bulgaria 1279–1280. Ivan Asen III was the son of Mitso Asen of Bulgaria and Maria of Bulgaria, a daughter of Ivan Asen II of Bulgaria and Irene of Thessalonica. He was probably born in about 1259/60, and died in exile in 1303.
Mormaer Maol Choluim I of Lennox ruled the Mormaerdom of Lennox, between 1250 and 1303.
Theodora Doukaina Vatatzaina (Greek: ) (c. 1240 – 4 March 1303) was the Empress consort of Michael VIII Palaiologos.
Procopius of Ustyug (Russian: or ?????? ???????? ?????????, German: ; ? — July 8, 1303) in Veliky Ustyug) was a fool for Christ (yurodivy), a miracle worker, saint of Russian Orthodox Church, formerly a merchant from Lübeck. He was born in Germany, a Catholic merchant who converted to Orthodox Christianity during his travels.
Daniil Aleksandrovich (?????? ????????????? in Russian) (1261 – March 4, 1303) was the youngest son of Alexander Nevsky and forefather of all the Grand Princes of Moscow.
Constantine Doukas (or Ducas) (Greek: ) was ruler of Thessaly from 1289 to his death in 1303.
Sir Thomas Maule was the youngest son of Sir Peter Maule and Christina de Valognes, Baron and Baroness of Panmure and Benvie.
Marco II Sanudo (died ca 1303) was the third Duke of the Archipelago from 1262 to his death.
Roger Marston (Rogerus de Marston) (died c. 1303) was an English Franciscan scholastic philosopher and theologian.
Elisabeth of Sicily (1261–1303) was the youngest child of Charles I of Naples and his first wife Beatrice of Provence. Her maternal grandparents were Ramon Berenguer IV, Count of Provence and Beatrice of Savoy. Her paternal grandparents were Louis VIII of France and Blanche of Castile. Her maternal aunts included: Eleanor of Provence, Queen of England and Marguerite of Provence, Queen of France.
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