The 1360s was a decade of the Julian Calendar which began on January 1, 1360, and ended on December 31, 1369.

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1360

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1361

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  • In the Marinid Empire in modern-day Morocco, Abu Salim Ibrahim is overthrown by Abu Umar, who is in turn overthrown by Abu Zayyan.
  • The Blue Horde descends into anarchy. Between 1361 and 1378, over 20 khans succeed each other in different parts of the Blue Horde's territory.
  • Chinese rebels capture the Goryeo capital.
  • The earliest known musical keyboard instrument is built, with the layout of black and white keys that has since become standard.

1362

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1363

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1364

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1365

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1366

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1367

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1368

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1369

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