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  • IVe siècle | Ve siècle | VIe siècleAnnées 460 | Années 470 | Années 480 | Années 490 | Années 500480 | 481 | 482 | 483 | 484 | 485 | 486 | 487 | 488 | 489
  • Séculos: (Século IV - Século V - Século VI)Décadas: 430 440 450 460 470 - 480 - 490 500 510 520 530Anos: 480 - 481 - 482 - 483 - 484 - 485 - 486 - 487 - 488 - 489
  • This is a list of events occurring in the 480s, ordered by year.=== 480 ====== By place ======= Byzantine Empire ==== Emperor Zeno officially dissolves the east/west co-emperorship, ruling as the first sole emperor of Rome in 95 years. The position of emperor is never again divided.==== Balkans ==== Julius Nepos, former emperor of the Western Roman Empire, dies in exile in Dalmatia. He is murdered by his own soldiers in his villa, near Solona. December 9 – Odoacer occupies Dalmatia and prosecutes Nepos's killers. He later establishes his political power with the co-operation of the Roman Senate.==== Europe ==== King Chilperic I dies and is succeeded by his nephew Gundobad, whose realm covers much of eastern Gaul and has two capitals, at Lyon and Geneva. He rules the Kingdom of Burgundy with his brothers Chilperic II, Gundomar and Godegisel. Syagrius, ruler of Domain of Soissons, manages to maintain the Roman authority in northern Gaul. He defends his "kingdom" against the neighbouring Salian Franks. The Visigoths under king Euric extend their rule from the Loire River to Gibraltar (approximate date). Ireland: The Diocese of Connor is erected.==== Asia ==== Budhagupta, ruler of the Gupta Empire, establishes diplomatic relations with the Kannauj kingdom and drives the Huns out of the fertile plains of northern India. Prince Seinei succeeds his father Yūryaku and becomes the 22nd emperor of Japan.=== By topic ======= Religion ==== Constantius of Lyon begins his research for his book Vita sancta Germani ("on the Life of Germanus"). He also writes a hagiography of Germanus of Auxerre (approximate date).=== 481 ====== By place ======= Europe ==== King Childeric I dies at Tournai after a 24-year reign. He is succeeded by his 15-year-old son Clovis who becomes ruler of the Salian Franks in the province Gallia Belgica (modern Belgium) until his death in 511. Theodoric Strabo defeats the Bulgars in Thrace and moves with an army (13,000 men) towards Constantinople. After logistical problems, he is forced to return to Greece. In an encampment at Stabulum Diomedis, near Philippi, he falls from an unruly horse onto a spear and dies.==== Persia ==== The Armenians revolt against Persian rule in an uprising that continue until 484. Led by Vahan Mamikonian, nephew of the late Vartan, they obtain religious and political freedom in return for military aid. Vahan is installed as governor (marzban).==== Asia ==== Baekje, Silla, and Daegaya form an alliance against Goguryeo (Korea).=== 482 ====== By place ======= Byzantine Empire ==== Emperor Zeno promulgates an Edict of Union (Henotikon) in an unsuccessful effort to soften the decision made at the Council of Chalcedon (451) and resolve differences between the eastern and western Churches. Zeno wishes to placate the Monophysite churches of Egypt, Palestine and Syria for political reasons. ==== China ==== Prince Qi Wudi succeeds his father Qi Gaodi and becomes emperor of Southern Qi.=== 483 ====== By place ======= Byzantine Empire ==== Illus, Byzantine general (magister officiorum), and Verina (widow of the late emperor Leo I) attempt to overthrow emperor Zeno and place another general named Leontius on the throne. ==== Europe ==== The Ostrogoths are given status as foederati, they control a large part of Macedonia and Thrace (Balkans). === By topic ======= Religion ==== March 10 – Pope Simplicius dies at Rome after a 15-year reign and is succeeded by Felix III as the 48th pope. He is a widower with two children.=== 484 ====== By place ======= Byzantine Empire ==== July 19 – Leontius, Roman usurper, is crowned emperor at Tarsus (modern Turkey). Empress dowager Verina sends a letter to the governors of the Diocese of the East and the Diocese of Egypt for support. He is recognized in Antioch and makes it his capital. Leontius raises a rebellion against emperor Zeno, who faces a revolt also from the Ostrogoth king Theodoric the Great. He sends an army to Syria, but is defeated by the Byzantine general Illus. Zeno signs a peace treaty with Theodoric the Great. He appoints him to magister militum and becomes a consul. The eastern empire is saved by diplomatic negotiations and the imperial army is strengthened behind the walls of Constantinople.==== Europe ==== King Gundobad proclaims the Lex Burgundionum. A law code of the Burgundians, concerning marriage and inheritance as well as regulating weregild and other penalties (approximate date). December 28 – The Visigoth king Euric dies and is succeeded by his son Alaric II. Euric has built a rampart to protect the city of Carcassonne southeast of Toulouse on a bend of the Aude River. ==== Africa ==== February 24 – King Huneric removes the Catholic bishops from their offices and banished some to Corsica. A few are martyred, including former proconsul Victorian along with Frumentius and other merchants. They are killed at Hadrumetum after refusing to become Arians. December 23 – Huneric dies and is succeeded by his nephew Gunthamund, who becomes king of the Vandals. During his reign the Catholics are free from persecutions and he stabilises the kingdom's economy.==== Asia ==== The Hephthalites (White Huns) invade Persia. King Peroz I gathered an army of 50,000-100,000 men and places his brother Balash at the head of the government in Ctesiphon. At the Battle of Herat, the Persians are ambushed and defeated. Peroz I is killed, his body is with dignity returned and buried with full honors. Balash is crowned and becomes king of Persia. The Nvarsak Treaty is concluded between the Persians and Armenians.=== By topic ======= Religion ==== Pope Felix III excommunicates Acacius of Constantinople and Peter III of Alexandria, for their role in having Zeno issue his Edict of Union (Henotikon) 2 years ago. He considers the edict to be heretical and the schism between the Church of Rome and the Church of Constantinople widens. The Acacian Schism will not be resolved until 519.=== 485 ====== By place ======= Britannia ==== Aelle of Sussex, king of the South Saxons, fights the Britons at the stream of Mercredesburne. The battle ends in a draw (this according to the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle). Period of Arthurs "twelve battles" during which he gains reputation for invincibility (approximate date).==== Asia ==== Emperor Xiao Wen Di institutes an "equal-field" system of agriculture, assigning each peasant family about 19 acres (140 mu) of land, of which a small portion is to be kept permanently by the farmer and his family with the rest reverting to the state upon his death or retirement. To make sure that the people supervise each other in implementing the new system, he divides the population into groups, with five families constituting a neighborhood (Jin), five neighborhoods a village (Ji), and five villages an association (tang) headed by a chief (chang). The land-reform system will discourage farmers from selling off their properties to large landholders and will be continued in essence for well over 1,000 years. Prince Kenzō succeeds his adoptive father Seinei and becomes the 23rd emperor of Japan.=== By topic ======= Religion ==== Peter the Fuller, patriarch of Antioch, is condemned and excommunicated by a synod of Western bishops at Rome.=== 486 ====== By place ======= india ==== Battle of Soissons: Frankish forces under king Clovis I defeat the Gallo-Roman kingdom of Soissons (Gaul). Roman rule under Syagrius ends. The land between the Somme and the Loire becomes a part of the Frankish Empire. Syagrius flees to the Visigoths (under king Alaric II), but Clovis threatens war and he is handed over for execution. Clovis I establishes his new residence at Soissons. He appoints Ragnachar, Frankish petty king (regulus), as his deputy ruler. === By topic ======= Religion ==== Persian Christians who follow Nestorianism gather in the second Council of Seleucia (modern Turkey). === 487 ====== 488 ====== By place ======= Byzantine Empire ==== Emperor Zeno regains power from the Roman Catholic usurper Leontius and the Isaurian patrician Illus, who are captured and executed, ending a 4-year rebellion (see 484). Zeno orders Theodoric the Great to overthrow his rival Odoacer, who has established himself as king of Italy (see 476). He marched with an Ostrogoth army to the West. ==== Europe ==== According to the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, Hengist dies and is succeeded by his son Oisc as king of Kent. The Gepids capture Belgrade.==== Persia ==== Kavadh I is crowned by the nobles and succeeds his blind uncle Balash as the 19th king of Persia.==== Asia ==== Ninken, adopted heir of Seinei, succeeds his brother Kenzō and becomes new emperor of Japan. === 489 ====== By place ======= Byzantine Empire ==== Emperor Zeno closes the School of Edessa (modern Turkey) for their teaching of Nestorian doctrine, whereupon the scholars seek refuge at the Syrian Church. ==== Europe ==== The Ostrogoths, led by king Theodoric the Great, invade Northern Italy. The Gepids try to halt the advance, but Theodoric defeats them at the city of Sirmium (Pannonia) and continues on to cross the Julian Alps. August 28 – Battle of Isonzo: Theodoric defeats the overwhelming forces of Odoacer at Soča (near Aquileia), forcing his way into Italy. September 30 – Battle of Verona: Odoacer is defeated again by Theodoric for a second time. He retreats to the impregnable capital of Ravenna. The Ostrogoths capture the cities Pavia and Milan. The majority of Odoacer's army, including his magister militum Tufa, surrenders to Theodoric.=== By topic ======= Religion ==== The first Temple of Confucius is constructed in Northern China (outside the ancestral temple at Qufu).
  • Gli anni 480 sono il decennio che comprende gli anni dal 480 al 489 inclusi.
  • Évszázadok: 4. század – 5. század – 6. századÉvtizedek: 430-as évek – 440-es évek – 450-es évek – 460-as évek – 470-es évek – 480-as évek – 490-es évek – 500-as évek – 510-es évek – 520-as évek – 530-as évek Évek: 480 481 482 483 484 485 486 487 488 489
  • De jaren 480-489 (van de christelijke jaartelling) zijn een decennium in de 5e eeuw.
  • 480-an Masehi adalah dasawarsa pada Milenium ke-1 dan Abad ke-5 yang dimulai dari tanggal 1 Januari 481 hingga tanggal 31 Desember 489.
  • 480년대는 480년부터 489년까지를 가리킨다.
  • 480年代は480年から489年までの10年間を指す。
  • 480ko hamarkadak 480etik 489. urtera bitarteko iraupena du, biak barne.
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  • IVe siècle | Ve siècle | VIe siècleAnnées 460 | Années 470 | Années 480 | Années 490 | Années 500480 | 481 | 482 | 483 | 484 | 485 | 486 | 487 | 488 | 489
  • Séculos: (Século IV - Século V - Século VI)Décadas: 430 440 450 460 470 - 480 - 490 500 510 520 530Anos: 480 - 481 - 482 - 483 - 484 - 485 - 486 - 487 - 488 - 489
  • Gli anni 480 sono il decennio che comprende gli anni dal 480 al 489 inclusi.
  • Évszázadok: 4. század – 5. század – 6. századÉvtizedek: 430-as évek – 440-es évek – 450-es évek – 460-as évek – 470-es évek – 480-as évek – 490-es évek – 500-as évek – 510-es évek – 520-as évek – 530-as évek Évek: 480 481 482 483 484 485 486 487 488 489
  • De jaren 480-489 (van de christelijke jaartelling) zijn een decennium in de 5e eeuw.
  • 480-an Masehi adalah dasawarsa pada Milenium ke-1 dan Abad ke-5 yang dimulai dari tanggal 1 Januari 481 hingga tanggal 31 Desember 489.
  • 480년대는 480년부터 489년까지를 가리킨다.
  • 480年代は480年から489年までの10年間を指す。
  • 480ko hamarkadak 480etik 489. urtera bitarteko iraupena du, biak barne.
  • This is a list of events occurring in the 480s, ordered by year.=== 480 ====== By place ======= Byzantine Empire ==== Emperor Zeno officially dissolves the east/west co-emperorship, ruling as the first sole emperor of Rome in 95 years. The position of emperor is never again divided.==== Balkans ==== Julius Nepos, former emperor of the Western Roman Empire, dies in exile in Dalmatia. He is murdered by his own soldiers in his villa, near Solona.
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