||The Sicilian town of Morgantina is destroyed by Ducetius, according to the famous Greek historian Diodorus Siculus.
||The Athenian playwright Aeschylus completes his famous work The Oresteia.
||The temple of Zeus in the Greek city Olympia is finished.
||Euripides presents his earliest known tragedy, Peliades, in the Athenian festival of Dionysia.
||Pericles leads a naval expedition in the Corinthian Gulf, in which Athens defeats Achaea
||An Athenian law sponsored by Pericles is passed giving citizenship only to those born of Athenian parents. This marks an end to the policy where residents who were from other cities could be given an honourable status.
||The Temple of Theseus is completed in Athens.