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890s

Millennium: 1st millennium
Centuries: 8th century9th century10th century
Decades: 860s 870s 880s890s900s 910s 920s
Years: 890 891 892 893 894 895 896 897 898 899
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Establishments

This is a list of events occurring in the 890s, ordered by year.

890

By place

Europe

Americas

  • The Mayans write the first book in the Americas.

891

By place

Asia

  • June – Death of the Abbasid regent, al-Muwaffaq. His son, al-Mu'tadid, is recognized as regent and second heir two days later, on 4 June, by his uncle, Caliph al-Mu'tamid.

Europe

By topic

Religion

892

By place

Europe

Asia

893

By place

Asia

Eurasia

Europe

By topic

Religion


894

By place

Europe

  • Northumbrians and East Angles swear allegiance to Alfred the Great, but promptly break their truce by attacking the south-west of England.
  • Battle of Benfleet: The Saxons defeat the Vikings in England (probable date).
  • Mojmír II becomes King of Great Moravia after the death of his father Svatopluk I.
  • A Byzantine-Hungarian alliance forces Bulgar invaders to agree to a peace settlement. The Byzantines then break the peace settlement with the Hungarians and realign with the Bulgars; this substantially weakens both the Hungarians and Bulgars to the Byzantines' benefit.
  • Serbian ruler Petar defeats his revolting cousin Bran.

Asia

895

By place

Asia

Europe

By topic

Music

896

By place

Europe

Asia

By topic

Religion

897

By place

Asia

By topic

Religion

898

By place

Europe

Asia

Africa

By topic

Religion

899

By place

Asia

Europe


Significant people

Births

Deaths

References

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