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   This article is about the year 368. For the number (and other uses), see 368 (number).
Year 368 (CCCLXVIII) was a leap year starting on Tuesday (link will display
                                                                                   Millennium:               1st millennium
the full calendar) of the Julian calendar. At the time, it was known as the Year
                                                                                    Centuries:   3rd century – 4th century – 5th century
of the Consulship of Augustus and Valens (or, less frequently, year 1121
                                                                                    Decades : 330s 340s 350s – 360s – 370s 380s 390s
Ab urbe condita). The denomination 368 for this year has been used since
                                                                                       Years:      365 366 367 – 368 – 369 370 371
the early medieval period, when the Anno Domini calendar era became the
prevalent method in Europe for naming years.
                                                                                                                          368 by topic

Events                                                                                                                           Politics

                                                                                                                          State leaders –
                                                                                                                         Sovereign states
By place
                                                                                                                          Birth and death
                                                                                                                             categories
Roman Empire
                                                                                                                         Births – Deaths
   Spring – Emperor Valentinian I and his 8-year-old son Gratian, cross the Rhine with an army into
                                                                                                                         Establishment and
   Alamannic territory. He defeats the Alemanni and burns food stores along the border. A temporary
                                                                                                                          disestablishment
   peace is signed with Macrian, king of the Bucinobantes, and Valentinian returns to his capital Augusta                    categories
   Treverorum (modern Trier).                                                                                           Establishments –
   Great Conspiracy: Picts, Scotti and Saxons reach Londinium and plunder the city. Theodosius, general                 Disestablishments
   (Comes Britanniarum), is sent with a relief force to Britannia. He marches from Richborough, Kent, to                     V   · T·   E   ·
   deal with the invaders.
   Winter – The barbarians are driven back to their homelands, the Hadrian's                     368 in other calendars
   Wall is retaken and order returns to the Roman diocese. Theodosius                 Gregorian calendar          368
                                                                                                                  CCCLXVIII
   reorganises the abandoned forts and mounts punitive expeditions in Hibernia
   (Ireland).                                                                         Ab urbe condita             1121
                                                                                      Armenian calendar           N/A
Asia                                                                                  Assyrian calendar           5118
   An earthquake strikes Nicaea (Turkey).                                             Bahá'í calendar             -1476–-1475
                                                                                      Bengali calendar            -225
Births
                                                                                      Berber calendar             1318
   Eustochium, Desert Mother and saint (approximate date)                             English Regnal year         N/A
   Juqu Mengxun, prince of the Xiongnu state Northern Liang (d. 433)                  Buddhist calendar           912
   Philostorgius, Anomoean church historian                                           Burmese calendar            -270
                                                                                      Byzantine calendar          5876–5877
Deaths                                                                                Chinese calendar            丁卯年十一月廿五日

                                                                                                                  (3004/3064-11-25)
   Caesarius of Nazianzus, physician and politician (approximate date)
                                                                                                                         — to —
   Hilary of Poitiers, bishop and Doctor of the Church (approximate date)                                         戊辰年十二月初六日

                                                                                                                  (3005/3065-12-6)
References
                                                                                      Coptic calendar             84–85
                                                                                      Ethiopian calendar          360–361
                                                                                      Hebrew calendar             4128–4129
via 368
                                                                                      Hindu calendars
                                                                                       - Vikram Samvat            424–425
                                                                                       - Shaka Samvat             290–291
                                                                                       - Kali Yuga                3469–3470
                                                                                      Holocene calendar           10368
Iranian calendar           254 BP – 253 BP
Islamic calendar           262 BH – 261 BH
Japanese calendar
Julian calendar            368      CCCLXVIII

Korean calendar            2701
Minguo calendar            1544 before ROC
                           民前1544 年

Thai solar calendar        911
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