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|Ab urbe condita||2001|
|Balinese saka calendar||1169–1170|
|English Regnal year||32 Hen. 3 – 33 Hen. 3|
|Chinese calendar||丁未年 (Fire Goat)|
3944 or 3884
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戊申年 (Earth Monkey)
3945 or 3885
|- Vikram Samvat||1304–1305|
|- Shaka Samvat||1169–1170|
|- Kali Yuga||4348–4349|
|Japanese calendar||Hōji 2|
|Minguo calendar||664 before ROC|
|Thai solar calendar||1790–1791|
1374 or 993 or 221
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1375 or 994 or 222
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- April 26 – The Gothic chapel Sainte-Chapelle is consecrated in Paris, France.
- August 15 – The foundation stone of Cologne Cathedral is laid, after an older cathedral on the site burns down on April 30 (construction is completed 632 years later, in 1880).
- August 25 – The Dutch city of Ommen receives city rights and fortification rights from Otto III, Archbishop of Utrecht, after it has been pillaged at least twice by a local robber baron.
- November 23 – Reconquista: King Ferdinand III of Castile recaptures the city of Seville from the Moors, ending the Siege of Seville; this year also Prince Alfonso X of Castile takes the city of Alicante.
- November 24 – In the middle of the night a mass on the north side of Mont Granier suddenly collapses, in one of the largest historical rock slope failures known in Europe.
- King Louis IX of France launches the Seventh Crusade, setting sail with an army of 20,000 toward Egypt.
- Pope Innocent IV grants the Croats permission to use their own language and script in liturgy (see Glagolitic alphabet).
- Tallinn (Reval) converts from Riga law to Lübeck law.
- Roger Bacon publishes the formula for black powder in Europe.
- Approximate date – History of the Aztecs: The Mexica tribe, predecessors of the Aztec people, arrive at Chapultepec (in modern-day Mexico City).
- Tezcapoctzin becomes Ruler of the City-state Azcapotzalco at the Valley of Mexico
- Blanche of Artois, queen consort and regent of Navarre (approximate date) (d. 1302)
- Robert II, Duke of Burgundy (d. 1306)
- Peter Olivi, Franciscan theologian (d. 1298)
- Isabella of Aragon, queen of Philip III of France (d. 1271)
- January 4 – King Sancho II of Portugal (b. 1209)
- February 1 – Henry II, Duke of Brabant (b. 1207)
- March 27 – Maud Marshal, English countess (b. 1192)
- April 20 – Güyük Khan, ruler of the Mongol Empire (b. 1206)
- June 11 – Adachi Kagemori, Japanese samurai
- Haraldr Óláfsson, King of Mann and the Isles and his wife, Cecilía, daughter of Hákon Hákonarson, King of Norway (the two were newlyweds who drowned near Shetland, on their return to the Kingdom of Mann and the Isles from Norway)
- Subutai, Mongol general
- Fort, Monique; et al. (2009), "Geomorphic impacts of large and rapid mass movements: a review", Géomorphologie, retrieved August 25, 2015