BCE is the name, it doesn't stand for anything.
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BCE stands for before common era
BCE stands for before common era and CE stands for common era.
B.C.E stands for Before Common Era.
BCE = Before Common Era BC = Before Christ BCE is basically a secular alternative and replacement for BC, due to the religious implications of BC.
Before christ and before common era
i think it means "after common era" because BCE stands for "before comon era"
Lade 494 BCE. Marathon 490 BCE. Artemesion 480 BCE. Salamis 480 BCE. Plataia 479 BCE. Mykale 479 BCE. Eurymedon 466 BCE. Cyprus 450 BCE.
Lade 494 BCE, Marathon 490 BCE, Artemesion 480 BCE, Salamis 480 BCE, Plataia 479 BCE, Mykale 479 BCE, Eurymedon 464 BCE, Cyprus 450 BCE.
Common Era merely replaces AD. Our present year is 2010 common era or 2010 CE. BCE is before common era and replaces BC. Julius Caesar was killed in 44 BCE.
Lade 494 BCE, Marathon 490 BCE, Salamis 480 BCE, Plataea 479 BCE, Mycale 479 BCE, Eurymedon 466 BCE, Cyprus 450 BCE.
Lade 494 BCE, Marathon 490 BCE, Salamis 480 BCE, Plataia 479 BCE, Mykale 479 BCE, Eurtmedon 466 BCE, Cyprus 450 BCE.
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In 331 BCE when the final stand of it's army failed at Gaugamela and the Persian king was assassinated by his own nobles.
Most of the famous ones are. But There were also comedies, the best-known writer was Aristofanes: Aristophanes (c. 446-388 BCE), a leading source for Greek Old Comedy * The Acharnians (425 BCE) * The Knights (424 BCE) * The Clouds (423 BCE) * The Wasps (422 BCE) * Peace (421 BCE) * The Birds (414 BCE) * Lysistrata (411 BCE) * Thesmophoriazusae (c. 411 BCE) * The Frogs (405 BCE) * Assemblywomen (c. 392 BCE) * Plutus (388 BCE)
Lade 474 BCE Salamis 480 BCE Plataia 479 BCE Eurtmedon 466 BCE Cyprus 450 BCE
I think he ruled from 422 bce to 484 bce. I think he ruled from 521 bce to 484 bce.
In Chinese, the word Shang has several meanings, and can either stand for something that is of superior quality or a shopkeeper. The second oldest dynasty of China was also called Shang, it began in 1766 BCE and ended in 1122 BCE.
No, 356 BCE is earlier.
499-493 BCE Persia suppresses Ionian Revolt in Asia Minor. 490 BCE Athens and Plataia repelled a punitive expedition from Persia, encouraging other Greek cities to stand up to Persia. 480-479 BCE Persia invades peninsular Greece and is repelled by cities under the leadership of Sparta. 478 The Delian league is formed, led by Athens and prosecutes a series of battles successfully, including Eurymedon 466 BCE and Cyprus 450 BCE, which persuades Persia to agree to peace in 449 BCE.
Salamis 480 BCE Plataia 479 BCE Mykale 479 BCE Eurymedon 466 BCE Cyprus 450 BCE.
c 1810 BCE to1750 BCE, reigning from 1792 BCE to 1750 BCE.
The Greeks and Persians fought in many battles between 499 BCE and 449 BCE. However two great Greek victories stand out. The first, a sea battle in 480 BCE was fought at Salamis. The second was a land battle at Plataea the following year. These two battles defeated the Persian invasion of mainland Greece.
88 BCE is in the first century BC or BCE.