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[[Latin]]: "In the year of our Lord". A method of marking time using the number of years since the birth of Jesus. Often abbreviated as "A.D."
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'''Anno Domini''' ([[Latin]]): ''"In the year of our Lord"''. <br>
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A method of marking time using the number of years since the birth of [[Jesus]]. It is often abbreviated as ''"A.D."''
  
Years before the birth of Jesus are designated "Before Christ", or "B.C."
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The years before the birth of Jesus are designated "Before Christ", or ''"B.C."''
  
Some archaeologists now use C.E. - of the "Common Era", and BCE "Before the Common Era".
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Some archaeologists now use ''C.E.'' ("Of the Common Era"), and ''B.C.E.'' ("Before the Common Era").
  
 
''See also''
 
''See also''
* [[AS]]
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* [[AS]] - Anno Societatus

Revision as of 16:16, 4 July 2005

Anno Domini (Latin): "In the year of our Lord".
A method of marking time using the number of years since the birth of Jesus. It is often abbreviated as "A.D."

The years before the birth of Jesus are designated "Before Christ", or "B.C."

Some archaeologists now use C.E. ("Of the Common Era"), and B.C.E. ("Before the Common Era").

See also

  • AS - Anno Societatus