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|Ab urbe condita||1595|
|Balinese saka calendar||763–764|
|Chinese calendar||辛酉年 (Metal Rooster)
3538 or 3478
— to —
壬戌年 (Water Dog)
3539 or 3479
|- Vikram Samvat||898–899|
|- Shaka Samvat||763–764|
|- Kali Yuga||3942–3943|
|Japanese calendar||Jōwa 9
|Minguo calendar||1070 before ROC
|Seleucid era||1153/1154 AG|
|Thai solar calendar||1384–1385|
968 or 587 or −185
— to —
969 or 588 or −184
- January 20 – Emperor Theophilos dies of dysentery at Constantinople, after a 12-year reign in which he expended much effort defending the eastern frontier against the invading Muslim Arabs. Theophilos is succeeded by his 2-year-old son Michael III, with his mother Theodora as regent and the 'temporary' sole ruler of the Byzantine Empire.
- February 19 – The Medieval Iconoclastic Controversy ends as a council in Constantinople formally reinstates the veneration of icons in the churches.
- February 14 – Oaths of Strasbourg: King Louis the German, ruler of East Francia, and his half-brother Charles the Bald, ruler of West Francia, meet with their armies at Strasbourg. They agree to swear allegiance (recorded in vernacular languages) to each other, and to support each other against their brother Lothair I (nominal emperor of all the Frankish kingdoms and the Holy Roman Empire).
- March 20 – King Alfonso II of Asturias (Northern Spain) dies after a 50-year reign, in which he undertook numerous campaigns against the Muslim armies of the Umayyad Emirate of Córdoba, and allied himself with the late Charlemagne. The childless Alfonso chooses Ramiro I, son of former king Bermudo I, as his successor.
- Uurad of the Picts dies after a 3-year reign, and is succeeded by his son Bridei VI, who contests his power with rival groups, led by Bruide son of Fokel and Kenneth MacAlpin.
- Vikings attack the Irish monastery at Clonmacnoise from bases in Ireland.
- January 5 – Caliph Al-Mu'tasim dies at Samarra (modern Iraq), after an 8-year reign. He is succeeded by his son Al-Wathiq, as ruler of the Abbasid Caliphate.
- Al-Mundhir, Muslim emir (approximate date)
- Al-Muwaffaq, Muslim prince and regent (d. 891)
- Li Hanzhi, Chinese warlord (d. 899)
- Pietro I Candiano, doge of Venice (approximate date)
- Yang Fuguang, Chinese general (d. 883)
- January 5 – Al-Mu'tasim, Muslim caliph (b. 796)
- January 20 – Theophilus, Byzantine emperor (b. 813)
- March 9 – Humbert, bishop of Würzburg
- March 16 – Xiao Mian, chancellor of the Tang Dynasty
- August 24 – Saga, emperor of Japan (b. 786)
- October 22 – Abo, Japanese prince (b. 792)
- Alfonso II, king of Asturias (b. 759)
- Bernard of Vienne, Frankish bishop (b. 778)
- Dúngal mac Fergaile, king of Osraige (Ireland)
- Li Cheng, chancellor of the Tang Dynasty
- Liu Yuxi, Chinese poet and philosopher (b. 772)
- Sugawara no Kiyotomo, Japanese nobleman (b. 770)
- Uurad, king of the Picts (approximate date)
- We Gyaltore Taknye, Tibetan nobleman
- Zheng Tan, chancellor of the Tang Dynasty
- John Skylitzes, A Synopsis of Byzantine History, 811—1057: Translation and Notes, transl. John Wortley, 81note114.
- Pierre Riche, The Carolingians: The Family who forged Europe, transl. Michael Idomir Allen, (University of Pennsylvania Press, 1983), p. 162.
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