|Covid-19|March 14 – Pedro of Castile loses the Battle of Montiel to an alliance between the French and his half-brother Henry II.
May – King Charles V of France renounces the Treaty of Brétigny and war is declared between France and England. The French recapture most of Aquitaine.
December – Financed by Charles V of France, Welshman Owain Lawgoch launches an invasion fleet against the English in an attempt to claim the throne of Wales. A storm causes Owain to abandon the invasion.
Venice repels a Hungarian invasion.
Hugues Aubriot founds the Bastille in Paris.
Tamerlane names the city of Samarkand as the capital of his empire.
Košice becomes the first town in Europe to be granted its own coat of arms.
The Turks invade Bulgaria.
The Thai Kingdom of Ayutthaya conquers Cambodia for a second time.
Duong Nhat Le succeeds Tran Hao as King of Vietnam.
The Hongwu Emperor of the Chinese Ming dynasty issues a decree ordering every country magistrate in the empire to open a Confucian school of learning.
Official production of Jingdezhen porcelain in Ming dynasty China is on record.
May 28 – Muzio Sforza, condottiero (d. 1424)
date unknown – William de Ros, 6th Baron de Ros, Lord Treasurer of England (d. 1414)
probable – King Constantine I of Georgia (d. c. 1412)
approximate – John Huss, Czech priest and philosopher (d. 1415)
approximate – Margareta, Sami missionary (d. 1425)
January 17 – King Peter I of Cyprus (murdered) (b. 1328)
March 23 – King Peter of Castile (b. 1334) (murdered after the battle of Montiel)
August 15 – Philippa of Hainault, queen of Edward III of England (b. 1311) (dropsy)
October 3 – Margaret, Countess of Tyrol (b. 1318)
November 13 – Thomas de Beauchamp, 11th Earl of Warwick
Sir John Chandos, English knight
Agnes Dunbar, Countess of Moray
Magnus the Pious, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg
Ramathibodi I, first king of Ayutthaya (b. 1314)
Year 1369 (MCCCLXIX) was a common year starting on Monday (link will display the full calendar) of the Julian calendar.