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- March 6 – Pope Nicholas V succeeds Pope Eugene IV, to become the 208th pope.
- March 16 – A major fire destroys the centre of Valencia.
- July 15 – The Spanish Inquisition is revived.
- Roman II seizes the throne of Moldavia after killing his uncle, Stephen II, and will have his other uncle, Petru III as co-ruler.
- The Siege of Soest occurs, in the course of the Soest Feud.
- According to Ryū's own sources, Iizasa Ienao founds Tenshin Shōden Katori Shintō-ryū, the earliest historically verifiable Japanese koryū martial art, that is still extant in modern times.
- February 1 – Eberhard II, Duke of Württemberg (d. 1504)
- February 4 – Lodovico Lazzarelli, Italian poet (d. 1500)
- June 27 – Jean IV de Rieux, Breton noble and Marshal (d. 1518)
- September 10 – Paolo da San Leocadio, Italian painter in Spain (d. 1520)
- October 30 – Lucas Watzenrode, Prince-Bishop of Warmia (d. 1512)
- December 3 – Bayezid II, Ottoman Sultan (d. 1512)
- December 9 – Chenghua Emperor of China (d. 1487)
- December 15 – Albert IV, Duke of Bavaria (d. 1508)
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- February 23
- March 13 – Shahrukh Mirza, ruler of Persia and Transoxonia (b. 1377)
- April 11 – Henry Beaufort, Cardinal, Lord Chancellor of England (b. 1377)
- August 5 – John Holland, 2nd Duke of Exeter (b. 1395)
- August 13 – Filippo Maria Visconti, Duke of Milan (b. 1392)
- November 17 – Euphemia of Münsterberg, German sovereign (b. 1385)
- December – Vlad II Dracul, Prince of Wallachia, and his son Mircea II