|Ab urbe condita||2022|
|Balinese saka calendar||1190–1191|
|English Regnal year||53 Hen. 3 – 54 Hen. 3|
|Chinese calendar||戊辰年 (Earth Dragon)|
3965 or 3905
— to —
己巳年 (Earth Snake)
3966 or 3906
|- Vikram Samvat||1325–1326|
|- Shaka Samvat||1190–1191|
|- Kali Yuga||4369–4370|
|Japanese calendar||Bun'ei 6|
|Minguo calendar||643 before ROC|
|Thai solar calendar||1811–1812|
1395 or 1014 or 242
— to —
1396 or 1015 or 243
- June 16 – Battle of Colle Val d'Elsa: Guelph forces (2,200 men) led by King Charles I defeat the Ghibellines at Tuscany. After the battle, the Guelphs drive out their adversaries at Colle di Val d'Elsa, destroying their houses, and confiscating their possessions.
- June 19 – King Louis IX (the Saint) orders all Jews found in public, without an identifying yellow badge, to be fined ten livres of silver. He also confiscates goods from the Jewish population to fund the Eighth Crusade.
- September – An Aragonese contingent under King James I (the Conqueror) sails from Barcelona to the Holy Land but is caught in a storm and badly damaged. One squadron reaches Acre, but later returns to Aragon.
- King Ottokar II inherits Carinthia and part of Carniola, making him the most powerful German prince within the Holy Roman Empire; the empire lacking an emperor during the ongoing “Great Interregnum”.
- Prince Edward (the Lord Edward) obtains the right to levy a twentieth of the value of the Church's wealth to finance the Ninth Crusade. That sum turns out to be insufficient, and Edward has to borrow to reach his target.
- John Comyn begins the construction of Blair Castle, in Scotland.
- September 8 – Berber forces of the Marinid Sultanate under Abu Yusuf Yaqub complete the conquest of Morocco and capture Marrakesh after a long siege, effectively ending the Almohad Caliphate. The last Almohad ruler, Idris al-Wathiq (or Abu Dabbus), is assassinated by a slave. The Marinids become the new masters of the Western Maghreb, Abu Yusuf Yaqub takes up the title of "Prince of the Muslims".
- March – Ode de Pougy, French Abbess of Notre Dame aux Nonnains, and several associates who assist her are excommunicated.
- Opizzo Fieschi, Latin patriarch of Antioch, is exiled. Being displaced because of the East–West Schism of 1054 (approximate date).
- June 18 – Eleanor of England, English princess (d. 1298)
- July 10 – Duan Zong (or Zhao Shi), Chinese emperor (d. 1278)
- Alexander of San Elpidio, Italian friar and bishop (d. 1326)
- Frederick Tuta, German nobleman and regent (d. 1291)
- Huang Gongwang (or Lu Jian), Chinese painter (d. 1354)
- Louis III, German nobleman, knight and regent (d. 1296)
- Nichizō, Japanese Buddhist monk and disciple (d. 1342)
- Philip of Artois, French nobleman and knight (d. 1298)
- July 7 – Saionji Saneuji, Japanese poet and writer (b. 1194)
- October 1 – Giordano Pironti, Italian aristocrat and cardinal
- October 27 – Ulrich III, German nobleman and knight (b. 1220)
- Abu al-Hasan al-Shushtari, Moorish poet and writer (b. 1212)
- Albin of Brechin (or Albinus), Scottish prelate and bishop
- Baba Hyder Vali of Mulbagal, Persian disciple and mystic
- Constance of Aaragon, Spanish princess (infanta) (b. 1239)
- Ebulo de Montibus, Savoyan nobleman and knight (b. 1230)
- Geoffrey of Sergines, French nobleman and knight (b. 1205)
- Gregorio di Montelongo, Italian bishop of Tripoli (b. 1200)
- Guigues VII, French ruler (dauphin) of Viennois (b. 1225)
- Idris al-Wathiq (or Abu Dabbus), Almohad ruler (caliph)
- John Lestrange, English landowner and knight (b. 1194)
- Liu Kezhuang, Chinese poet and literary critic (b. 1187)
- Oberto Pallavicino, Italian nobleman (signore) (b. 1197)
- Vasilko Romanovich, Grand Prince of Kiev (b. 1203)
- William III de Beauchamp, English nobleman (b. 1215)