This page relates to the year 581 Calendrier Julien.
The Far East
- Beginning of the Dynasty Sui of China (fine in 618), with the reign of Sui Wendi, first Chinese emperor of the Dynasty Sui (fine in 604).
Beginning of the reign of Ichbara, Kaghan of the Türüks (Turks) Eastern (end in 587). At the end of the 6th century, the empire of the Eastern Türüks extends from the Korea and the great wall until the Lac Baïkal. Türüks, nomads living in Yurts, build brick and stone fortresses to defend their borders, as well as relays of station to ensure the connections.
The Middle East
- Victoire of the Byzantine Maurice on the Persian S Sassanides with the Battle of Constantine. It crosses Euphrate and threatens Ctésiphon, the capital of the Sassanides.
- the Austrasie is combined with Chilpéric with the detriment of Gontran under the influence of Egidius, bishop of Rheims, with the head of a faction including/understanding Ursion, Berthefried and Gontran Boson. The duke of Champagne Loup is constrained to flee in Burgundy. The people of Austrasie threaten to revolt and Egidius must flee to save its life.
- the general mérovingien of Roman origin Eunius Mummolius becomes Patrice independent of Avignon.
Births in 581
Death in 581
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