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|Ab urbe condita||2220|
|Balinese saka calendar||1388–1389|
|English Regnal year||6 Edw. 4 – 7 Edw. 4|
|Chinese calendar||丙戌年 (Fire Dog)|
4163 or 4103
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丁亥年 (Fire Pig)
4164 or 4104
|- Vikram Samvat||1523–1524|
|- Shaka Samvat||1388–1389|
|- Kali Yuga||4567–4568|
|Japanese calendar||Bunshō 2 / Ōnin 1|
|Minguo calendar||445 before ROC|
|Thai solar calendar||2009–2010|
1593 or 1212 or 440
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1594 or 1213 or 441
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- June 15 – Philip the Good is succeeded as Duke of Burgundy, by Charles the Bold.
- October 29 – Charles the Bold defeats the Prince-Bishopric of Liège in the Battle of Brustem.
- October 30 or November 11 – Uzun Hasan defeats Jahan Shah at the Battle of Chapakchur.
- November 12 – Regent of Sweden Erik Axelsson Tott supports the re-election of deposed Charles VIII of Sweden to the throne.
- December 15 – Battle of Baia: Troops under Stephen III of Moldavia decisively defeat the forces of Matthias Corvinus, King of Hungary, at Baia (present-day Romania). This is the last Hungarian attempt to subdue the Principality of Moldavia.
- Third Siege of Krujë: A few months after the failure of the second siege, Mehmed II leads another unsuccessful Ottoman invasion of Albania.
- The Ōnin War (1467–1477), which initiates the Sengoku period (1467–1615) in Japan, begins.
- While Hassan III of the Maldives is on Hajj, Sayyidh Muhammad deposes his son, acting regent. On his return, Hassan regains the throne.
- Some papal abbreviators are arrested and tortured on the orders of Pope Paul II, among them Filippo Buonaccorsi.
- King Matthias Corvinus founds the first university in Slovakia, the Universitas Istropolitana in Bratislava.
- The polyalphabetic cipher is invented by Leon Battista Alberti (approximate date).
- Juan de Torquemada's book, Meditationes, seu Contemplationes devotissimae, is published.
- January – John Colet, English churchman and educational pioneer (d. 1519)
- January 1
- January 4
- January 26 – Guillaume Budé, French scholar (d. 1540)
- February 2 – Columba of Rieti, Italian Dominican tertiary Religious Sister (d. 1501)
- March 19 – Bartolomeo della Rocca, Italian scholar (d. 1504)
- March 21 – Caritas Pirckheimer, German nun (d. 1532)
- May 8 – Adalbert of Saxony, Administrator of Mainz (1482–1484) (d. 1484)
- May 31 – Sibylle of Brandenburg, Duchess of Jülich and Berg (d. 1524)
- August 11 – Mary of York, daughter of King Edward IV of England (d. 1482)
- August 25 – Francisco Fernández de la Cueva, 2nd Duke of Alburquerque, Spanish duke (d. 1526)
- October 21 – Giovanni il Popolano, Italian diplomat (d. 1498)
- November 9
- November 25 – Thomas Dacre, 2nd Baron Dacre, Knight of Henry VIII of England (d. 1525)
- date unknown
- probable – William Latimer, English churchman and scholar (d. 1545)
- March 13 – Vettore Cappello, Venetian statesman
- March 29 – Matthew Palaiologos Asen, Byzantine aristocrat and official
- April 20 – Dorotea Gonzaga, Italian noble (b. 1449)
- April 30 – John, Count of Angoulême (b. 1399)
- June 15 – Philip III, Duke of Burgundy (b. 1396)
- September 3 – Eleanor of Portugal, Holy Roman Empress (b. 1434)
- December 12 – Jošt of Rožmberk, Bishop of Breslau, Grand Prior of the Order of St. John (b. 1430)
- December 15 – Jöns Bengtsson Oxenstierna, archbishop and Regent of Sweden (b. 1417)
- date unknown
- "Meditations, or the Contemplations of the Most Devout". World Digital Library. 1479. Retrieved September 3, 2013.