|Centuries:||3rd century · 4th century · 5th century|
|Decades:||340s 350s 360s 370s 380s 390s 400s|
|Years:||372 373 374 375 376 377 378|
|Gregorian calendar||375 |
|Ab urbe condita||1128|
|Bahá'í calendar||-1469 – -1468|
|Coptic calendar||91 – 92|
|Ethiopian calendar||367 – 368|
|Hebrew calendar||4135 – 4136|
|- Vikram Samvat||430 – 431|
|- Shaka Samvat||297 – 298|
|- Kali Yuga||3476 – 3477|
|Iranian calendar||247 BP – 246 BP|
|Islamic calendar||255 BH – 254 BH|
|- Imperial Year||Kōki 1035|
|Thai solar calendar||918|
- Valentinian I leaves Trier to repress the rebellious Quadi in Slovakia. He dies on the Danube of apoplexy, while berating the Quadi emissary.
- Gratian and Valentinian II become Roman Emperors.
- In Africa, the dissident Berber prince Firmus is delivered to the Romans by his brother Gildon.
- Gratian, advised by Ambrose, begins a systematic persecution of the pagans. He confiscates the fortunes of the temples and adds the money to the Imperial Treasury, and removes the Altar of Victory from the Senate. He proscribes Arianism and Donatism.
- Chandragupta II starts to rule (approximate date).
- The first two Korean Buddhist temples are built.
- Saint Jerome retires to the desert of Chalcis.
- The Talmud of Babylon is written by Rav Ashi. This commentary on the Mishnah contains approximately 2.5 million words on 5,894 pages.
- November 17 — Valentinian I, Roman emperor (apoplexy)
- Count Theodosius, father of Roman Emperor Theodosius I (executed)
- King Geunchogo of Baekje
- Kipunada, ruler of Kushan in India
- Rav Papa, an Amora
- Wang Meng
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