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524 (DXXIV) was a leap year beginning on Monday of the Julian calendar, in effect on that date.

In the Roman Empire, the year was named the year of the consulship of Justin and Opilio, or less commonly, as 1277 Ab urbe condita, acquiring its name as 524 when the anno Domini was established in 525.

Events

  • Provincial Council of Lérida.
  • Gundemaro III and his ostrogod ally Theodorico I the Great slow down the free conquest of the burgundy kingdom in the battle of Vézeronce.

Deaths

  • Boecio, Latin philosopher, executed.
  • June 25: Clodomiro, king of the Franks.
  • Ahkal Mo' Naab' I, ahau maya.

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