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|Gregorian calendar|| 1271 |
|Ab urbe condita||2024|
|Armenian calendar|| 720 |
|Bahá'í calendar||-573 – -572|
|Coptic calendar||987 – 988|
|Ethiopian calendar||1263 – 1264|
|Hebrew calendar||5031 – 5032|
|- Vikram Samvat||1326 – 1327|
|- Shaka Samvat||1193 – 1194|
|- Kali Yuga||4372 – 4373|
|Iranian calendar||649 – 650|
|Islamic calendar||669 – 670|
|- Imperial Year|| Kōki 1931|
|Thai solar calendar||1814|
- July 2 - Kings Otakar II of Bohemia and Stephen V of Hungary sign the first Peace of Pressburg, settling territorial claims following the failed invasion of Hungary by Otakar II.
- September 1 - Pope Gregory X succeeds Pope Clement IV as the 184th pope as the compromise candidate between French and Italian cardinals, ending a three-year conclave, the longest ever.
- The County of Toulouse is returned to the crown of France.
- Marco Polo departs from Venice with his father and uncle on his famous journey to Kublai Khan's China.
- The construction of Caerphilly Castle, the largest in Wales, is completed.
- Construction of the Belaya Vezha in Belarus is begun.
North Africa and the Middle EastEdit
- April 8 - Mamluk sultan Baibars continues his territorial expansion, capturing the strategically important castle Krak des Chevaliers from the Knights Hospitaller in present-day Syria.
- Mamluk sultan Baibars conducts an unsuccessful siege of the city of Tripoli, and also fails in an attempted naval invasion of Cyprus.
- Edward I of England and Charles of Anjou arrive in Acre, starting the Ninth Crusade against Baibars; however, they are unable to capture any territory and a peace is quickly negotiated.
- September 12 - According to the followers of Nichiren Buddhism, the sect's founder, Nichiren, reaches a turning point known as hosshaku kempon as he discards his identity as a mortal priest and begins to reveal himself as a reincarnation of the Buddha.
- December 18 - Kublai Khan renames his empire "Yuan" (元 yuán), officially marking the start of the Yuan Dynasty of China.
- The Nakhi kingdom of the northern Himalayan foothills is annexed by the Yuan Dynasty.
- May - Joan of Acre, daughter of King Edward I of England (died 1307)
- September 8 - Charles Martel d'Anjou, son of Charles II of Naples (died 1295)
- September 17 - King Wenceslaus II of Bohemia and Poland (died 1305)
- November 5 - Mahmud Ghazan, Mongol ruler (died 1304)
- January 18 - Saint Margaret of Hungary (born 1242)
- January 28 - Isabella of Aragon, queen of Philip III of France (born 1247)
- March 13 - Henry of Almain, English crusader (born 1235)
- August 21 - Alphonse of Toulouse, son of Louis VIII of France (born 1220)
- September 9 - Yaroslav of Tver, Grand Duke of Vladimir
- October 27 - Hugh IV, French crusader (born 1213)
- Hajji Bektash Wali, Turkish mystic (born 1209)
- Richard de Grey, Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports
- Baraq, khan
- Walter de Burgh (born 1220)
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