870s

Millennium:
1st millennium

Centuries:

8th century
9th century
10th century

Decades:

850s
860s
870s
880s
890s

Years:

870
871
872
873
874

875
876
877
878
879

Categories:

Births
Deaths
By country
By topic

Establishments
Disestablishments

Contents

1 Events

1.1 870

1.1.1 By place

1.1.1.1 Europe
1.1.1.2 Britain
1.1.1.3 Arabian Empire

1.1.2 By topic

1.1.2.1 Religion

1.2 871

1.2.1 By place

1.2.1.1 Europe
1.2.1.2 Arabian Empire

1.2.2 By topic

1.2.2.1 Literature

1.3 872

1.3.1 By place

1.3.1.1 Byzantine Empire
1.3.1.2 Europe
1.3.1.3 Britain
1.3.1.4 Arabian Empire
1.3.1.5 Japan

1.3.2 By topic

1.3.2.1 Religion

1.4 873

1.4.1 By place

1.4.1.1 Europe
1.4.1.2 Britain
1.4.1.3 Arabian Empire
1.4.1.4 China

1.5 874

1.5.1 By place

1.5.1.1 Europe
1.5.1.2 Britain
1.5.1.3 China

1.5.2 By topic

1.5.2.1 Religion

1.6 875

1.6.1 By place

1.6.1.1 Europe
1.6.1.2 Britain
1.6.1.3 Arabian Empire
1.6.1.4 Asia

1.6.2 By topic

1.6.2.1 Religion

1.7 876

1.7.1 By place

1.7.1.1 Byzantine Empire
1.7.1.2 Europe
1.7.1.3 Britain
1.7.1.4 Arabian Empire
1.7.1.5 Japan

1.7.2 By topic

1.7.2.1 Religion

1.8 877

1.8.1 By place

1.8.1.1 Europe
1.8.1.2 Britain
1.8.1.3 Asia

1.8.2 By topic

1.8.2.1 Religion

1.9 878

1.9.1 By place

1.9.1.1 Britain
1.9.1.2 Arabian Empire

1.9.2 By topic

1.9.2.1 Religion

1.10 879

1.10.1 By place

1.10.1.1 Europe
1.10.1.2 Britain
1.10.1.3 Arabian Empire
1.10.1.4 Asia

1.10.2 By topic

1.10.2.1 Religion

2 Significant people
3 Births
4 Deaths
5 References

Events[edit]
870
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By place[edit]
Europe[edit]

August 8 – Treaty of Meerssen: King Louis the German forces his half-brother Charles the Bald to accept a peace treaty, which partitions the Middle Frankish Kingdom into two larger east and west divisions. Louis receives most of Austrasia (which evolves into the Kingdom of Germany), and Charles receives territory in Lower Burgundy (which evolves into the Kingdom of France). However, large parts of the Frisian coast are under Viking control.
Charles the Bald marries Richilde of Provence, after the death of his first wife, Ermentrude of Orleans. He intends to secure his rule in Lotharingia through the powerful Bosonid family and the connection to Teutberga, widow-queen of Lothair II.[1]
Rastislav, ruler (knyaz) of Great Moravia, dies in prison after he is condemned to death fo
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