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|Gregorian calendar|| 1276 |
|Ab urbe condita||2029|
|Armenian calendar|| 725 |
|Bahá'í calendar||-568 – -567|
|Coptic calendar||992 – 993|
|Ethiopian calendar||1268 – 1269|
|Hebrew calendar||5036 – 5037|
|- Vikram Samvat||1331 – 1332|
|- Shaka Samvat||1198 – 1199|
|- Kali Yuga||4377 – 4378|
|Iranian calendar||654 – 655|
|Islamic calendar||674 – 675|
|- Imperial Year|| Kōki 1936|
|Thai solar calendar||1819|
- January 21 - Pope Innocent V succeeds Pope Gregory X as the 185th pope.
- February - The court of the Southern Song Dynasty of China and hundreds of thousands of its citizens flee from Hangzhou to Fujian and then Guangdong in an effort to escape an invasion by the Mongol Empire.
- March 9 - Augsburg becomes an Imperial Free City. Ravensburg also does in the same year.
- June - King Rudolph I of Germany declares war on King Otakar II of Bohemia, a political rival; by November, Otakar II is forced to cede four important territories as demanded by the diet of Nuremberg in 1274.
- June 14 - remnants of the Song Chinese court in Fuzhou province conduct the coronation ceremony for the Prince Zhao Shi to become Emperor Duanzong of Song.
- July 11 - Pope Adrian V (also referred to as Hadrian) succeeds Pope Innocent V as the 186th pope.
- September 13 - Pope John XXI succeeds Pope Adrian V as the 187th pope, becoming the fourth man this calendar year to hold the office of pope.
- Stefan Dragutin of Serbia became a Serbian king.
- The foundation stone of the Minoritenkirche in Vienna is laid by King Otakar II of Bohemia.
- Mamluk sultan Baibars conquers Al-Maris, previously part of Makuria, and annexes it into Egypt.
- A severe 23-year drought begins to affect the Grand Canyon area, eventually forcing the agriculture-dependent Anasazi culture to migrate out of the region.
- October 19 - Prince Hisaaki, Japanese shogun (died 1328)
- Christopher II of Denmark (died 1332)
- Vakhtang III of Georgia (died 1308)
- Humphrey de Bohun (died 1322)
- Yesün Temür Khan of the Mongol Empire (died 1328)
- Louis d'Évreux, son of King Philip III of France
- January 10 - Pope Gregory X
- June 22 - Pope Innocent V
- July 27 - King James I of Aragon (born 1208)
- August 18 - Pope Adrian V
- Guido Guinizelli, Italian poet
- Vasily of Kostroma, Grand Duke of Vladimir (born 1241)
- Kanezawa Sanetoki, Japanese member of the Hōjō clan (born 1224)
- Ahmad al-Badawi, Sufi (born 1199)
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People of the year 1276 at Familypedia
20 people were born in 1276
13 children were born to the 8 women born in 1276
15 people died in 1276
900 people lived in 1276
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16 people were married in 1276.
There were 0 military battles in 1276.