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What comes first AD or BC?

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BC stands for Before Christ, and AD stands for Anno Domini. BC comes first than AD.

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I belive that AD comes first then there are BC.

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bc comes first because bc stands for before christ


BC is first as Before Christ. AD comes after as Anno Domini


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i believe it is bc because it means before christ and ad is french for ante dieu meaning after jesus BC


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i do not know what Ce is but ad is after BC and the higher the number in BC the longer ago, in ad its the exact opposite. e.g. this was made in 2009 AD


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The first century BC. Incidentally, there was no 0th century - BC or AD.


Both. It was the last year of the 21st century BC, and the first year of the 21st century AD.


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