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BC comes before AD on a timeline. BC or BCE means before common era, AD means "In the year of Our Lord."
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BC goes before 0 on the timeline. AD goes after. BC stands for "before Chris" as if Jesus Chris. becouse it is befor jesus was born. AD stands for after death. i think it is obvious why.


BC - Before Christ AD - Anno Domini


No. When the AD and BC dates were calculated there was an error and it is believed that Jesus was actually born around 4 BC or slightly earlier.


Christ was born.Actually, there was no 0 BC. The timeline went from 1 BC to 1 AD.


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


4000 BC; time goes down in BC not upwards like AD. The higher the number in BC the earlier it is


Alphabetically, AD is first; in terms of time, BC is first.


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


The last date of BC was 1 BC, then the first date of AD was 1 AD, there was no zero.


BC comes first because BC means before AD and AD means After something cant really remember LOL!!


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182 bc. It goes backwards in bc and forwards in ad.


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BC, because that means "before Christ". So 250 years BC is 250 years before Christ was born. AD means anno Domini, or "after death" (of Christ). The year 77 AD is 77 years after christ died. This year is 2008 AD.


BC, before Christ came before AD, anno domini


1500 BC Did come first because it is almost like a countdown to AD (after death) which is current (2010 AD)


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bc comes first because bc stands for before christ


BC comes first as in Before Christ, AD is Anno Domini or after Christ


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


BC since BC stands for "Before-Christ" AD stands for "After-Death" reffering to Jesus' death.


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There was no year zero century or year zero. 1 AD immediately followed 1 BC. The first century AD immediately followed the first century BC. There was no century between them.


It is in the first century BC, which is different to the first century AD.



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