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'''Anno Societatis''' is [[Latin]] meaning "in the year of the Society," and is often abbreviated to A.S. or simply AS.  Compare with [[Anno Domine]].
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'''Anno Societatis''' is [[Latin]] meaning "in the year of the Society," and is often abbreviated to A.S. or simply AS.  Compare with [[Anno Domini]].
  
 
The "society" referred to is the [[SCA]].
 
The "society" referred to is the [[SCA]].

Revision as of 07:09, 2 October 2013

Anno Societatis is Latin meaning "in the year of the Society," and is often abbreviated to A.S. or simply AS. Compare with Anno Domini.

The "society" referred to is the SCA.

The following shows AS dates along with their C.E. conversion.




See also

May ofthrough April ofA.S.
19661967I(1)
19671968II(2)
19681969III(3)
19691970IV(4)
19701971V(5)
19711972VI(6)
19721973VII(7)
19731974VIII(8)
19741975IX(9)
19751976X(10)
19761977XI(11)
19771978XII(12)
19781979XIII(13)
19791980XIV(14)
19801981XV(15)
19811982XVI(16)
19821983XVII(17)
19831984XVIII(18)
19841985XIX(19)
19851986XX(20)
19861987XXI(21)
19871988XXII(22)
19881989XXIII(23)
19891990XXIV(24)
19901991XXV(25)
19911992XXVI(26)
19921993XXVII(27)
19931994XXVIII(28)
19941995XXIX(29)
19951996XXX(30)
19961997XXXI(31)
19971998XXXII(32)
19981999XXXIII(33)
19992000XXXIV(34)
20002001XXXV(35)
20012002XXXVI(36)
20022003XXXVII(37)
20032004XXXVIII(38)
20042005XXXIX(39)
20052006XL(40)
20062007XLI(41)
20072008XLII(42)
20082009XLIII(43)
20092010XLIV(44)
20102011XLV(45)
20112012XLVI(46)
20122013XLVII(47)
20132014XLVIII(48)
20142015XLIX(49)
20152016L(50)