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- January 18 – Ferdinand I becomes King of Portugal, after the death of his father, Peter I.
- April 3 – Battle of Nájera: Pedro of Castile is restored as King of Castile (now in Spain) after defeating his half-brother, Henry II. Pedro is aided in the battle by the English under Edward, the Black Prince, and Henry by the French.
- October 16 – Pope Urban V makes the first attempt to move the Papacy back to Rome from Avignon. This move is reversed in 1370, when he is forced to return to Avignon, and shortly afterwards dies.
- Charles V creates the first royal library in France.
- Otto I, "the Evil", becomes Duke of the independent city of Göttingen (now in Germany) after the death of his father, Ernst I.
- A stone Kremlin Wall is built around Moscow, to resist invasion by the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.
- A university is founded in Pécs Hungary (not to be confused with the present University of Pécs, which was founded in 1921).
- Petru I succeeds his grandfather Bogdan I, as ruler of Moldavia.
- January 6 – King Richard II of England (d. 1400)
- March 22 or 1368 – Thomas de Mowbray, 1st Duke of Norfolk, English politician (d. 1399)
- date unknown
- probable – Mary of Enghien, Queen of Naples (d. 1446)
- January 9 – Giulia della Rena, Italian saint (b. 1319)
- January 18 – King Peter I of Portugal (b. 1320)
- April 13 – John Tiptoft, 2nd Baron Tibetot (b. 1313)
- August 23 – Gil Álvarez Carrillo de Albornoz, Spanish cardinal (b. 1310)
- September 25 – Jakushitsu Genkō, Japanese poet (b. 1290)
- December 28 – Ashikaga Yoshiakira, Japanese shogun (b. 1330)
- date unknown
- "BBC - History - Historic Figures: Richard II (1367 - 1400)". bbc.co.uk. Retrieved 3 January 2017.