- For the computer standard IEEE 754, see IEEE floating-point standard.
- For the CPU socket developed by AMD, see Socket 754.
|Centuries:||7th century - 8th century - 9th century|
|Decades:|| 720s 730s 740s - 750s - 760s 770s 780s
|Years:||751 752 753 - 754 - 755 756 757|
|Gregorian calendar|| 754 |
|Ab urbe condita||1507|
|Armenian calendar|| 203 |
|Bahá'í calendar||-1090 – -1089|
|Coptic calendar||470 – 471|
|Ethiopian calendar||746 – 747|
|Hebrew calendar||4514 – 4515|
|- Vikram Samvat||809 – 810|
|- Shaka Samvat||676 – 677|
|- Kali Yuga||3855 – 3856|
|Iranian calendar||132 – 133|
|Islamic calendar||136 – 137|
|- Imperial Year|| Kōki 1414|
|Thai solar calendar||1297|
- al-Mansur starts to rule.
- Pope Stephen II crowns Pepin the short King of the Franks at Saint-Denis outside Paris; also dedicates the foundations of the new abbey church.
- Pepin the Short sends his armies into Italy to aid the pope against the Lombards.
- Fire in Canterbury.
- Oldest document mentioning the city of Ferrara is from this year (approximate date).
- The Iconoclast Council of Hieria meets.
- June 5 — Saint Boniface (or 755).
- Al-Saffah, first Abbasid caliph (b. 721).
- Carloman, Mayor of the Palace of the Franks (b. 716).
- Rhodri Molwynog ap Idwal, king of Gwynedd in Wales.
- Hiltrud, duchess of Bavaria.
- Cui Hao, Chinese poet (born 704).
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People of the year 754 at Familypedia
1 people were born in 754
|Father||Mother||Age mother at birth|
|Etienne de Paris (c754-c813)||Gerard I de Paris (?-779)||Rotrude de Franks (?-?)|
0 children were born to the 0 women born in 754
1 people died in 754
|Father||Mother||Age at death|
|Hiltrud (-754)||Charles Martel (686-741)||Rotrude of Treves (690-724)|
16 people lived in 754
Events of the year 754 at FamilypediaEdit
0 people were married in 754.
There were 0 military battles in 754.