Calendar overview 889
|Donaueschingen is first mentioned in a document as Esginga .|
|889 in other calendars|
|Armenian calendar||337/338 (turn of the year July)|
|Buddhist calendar||1432/33 (southern Buddhism); 1431/32 (alternative calculation according to Buddhas Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||59th (60th) cycle|
|Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam)||251/252 (turn of the year April)|
|Iranian calendar||267/268 (around March 21)|
|Islamic calendar||275/276 (May 5-6)|
|Jewish calendar||4649/50 (August 29/30)|
ab urbe condita MDCXLII (1642)
Diocletian's era : 605/606 (New Year November)
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 1199/1200 (turn of the year April)
Syria: 1200/01 (New Year October)
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||945/946 (turn of the year April)|
Politics and world events
- Beginning of the year: Guido von Spoleto defeats Berengar I near Trebbia. He is then elected King of Italy in February .
- Sunderold becomes Archbishop of Mainz and Arch Chancellor of the Franconian Empire . In this office he succeeds Liutbert , who died on February 17th .
- Pietro Tribuno becomes 17th Doge of Venice around two years after the death of his predecessor Pietro I. Candiano .
- With Count Eberhard I, the Eberhardingen in Zürichgau were first mentioned.
- Donald II defeats his uncle Giric in battle and then sends his co-regent Eochaid into exile. Then he is crowned the new Scottish King from the House of Alpin .
First documentary mentions
- Bad Dürrheim , Donaueschingen , Gachnang , Langrickenbach , Lippramsdorf , Reken , Wigoltingen and Wulften am Harz are first mentioned in a document
Date of death secured
- February 17th : Liutbert , Abbot of Herrieden Monastery and Archbishop of Mainz
- September 11th : Willibert , Archbishop of Cologne
- October 29 : Baqī ibn Machlad , Islamic hadith scholar and Koran exegete in the Umayyad Empire (* 817 )
- December 23 : Solomon II , Bishop of Constance
Exact date of death unknown
- Giric , King of Scotland
- Ibn Marwan , Moorish ruler in Andalusia and rebel against the Umayyad emir Muhammad I of Cordoba
- Ibn Qutaiba , Sunni scholar in the Abbasid Empire (* around 828 )