The 380s decade ran from January 1, 380, to December 31, 389.

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380

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PacificEdit
  • Easter Island, in the south Pacific Ocean, has been occupied by Neolithic seafarers under Hotu Matu'a ("supreme chief"), who about this time begin to fortify the island.

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Arts and sciencesEdit
  • Important works on mathematics and astronomy are written in Sanskrit.
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381Edit

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EuropeEdit
  • The Visigothic chieftain Athanaric becomes the first foreign king to visit the Eastern Roman capital of Constantinople. He negotiates a peace treaty with emperor Theodosius I that makes his people foederati in a state within a state. Athanaric dies 2 weeks later after an 18-year reign in which he has been undisputed king of all the Goths for just 1 year. The peace will continue until Theodosius's death in 395.
  • The Scirii ally themselves with the Huns.

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ChinaEdit
  • The Battle of Fei River - Former Qin forces are defeated by the numerically inferior Eastern Jin army, preserving the Jin state in the south and precipitating the destruction of Former Qin in the north.

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Sport in the Roman EmpireEdit

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387Edit

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  • Oribase, Greek doctor, publishes a treatise on paralysis and bleedings.
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