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AD - Anno Domini

BC - Before Christ

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I was taught that BC means Before Christ, and AD means After Death.


bc= before christ ad= anno domini ( the year of our lord)


BC = Before Christ. AD = Anno Domini (latin) the year of Christ's birth.


BC means Before Christ AD means Ano Domini (after Christ)


AD or Anno Domini in latin means 'in the year of our lord'. 0 AD is when jesus is supposed to have died. all time before that is now known as BC and all time after is AD. BC (before christ)


BC: Before Christ AD: Anno Domini (After Christ/Latin) BC stands for "Before Christ", AD stands for "Anno Domini" which is medieval latin for "in the year of (the) Lord" - not After Death! Interestingly, there was no year zero - the calendar goes straight from 1 BC to 1 AD.


BC = before christ AD = Anno Domini (year of our Lord) we are in the year 2011, time before year 1 was BC time afterwards (what we live in) is AD


BC = Before Christ AD = Anno Domini (after the birth of Christ)


i dont know what does it maen but ican tell you what does bc mean it means before crist and ad means aafter death


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


Okay Will AD is older than BC because AD is very old not like BC


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Do you mean BC or AD? If BC, the patricians controlled the government of the Republic, if you mean AD, it would technically be the Romans, but the capital was no longer in Rome at the time.


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


BC : before Christ AD : anno domino


before Christ. ad is Amano Domingi


58 years are between 30 BC and AD 30. The first thing you need to remember is that there is no year 0; the year before AD 1 is 1 BC. So the years between 30 BC and AD 30 are... 29 BC, 28 BC, 27 BC, ..., 2 BC, 1 BC, AD1, AD 2, ..., AD 27, AD 28, AD 29 29 BC through 1 BC is 29 years, and AD 1 through AD 29 is 29 years. 29 years + 29 years = 58 years


BC comes before AD on a timeline. BC or BCE means before common era, AD means "In the year of Our Lord."BC first AD after


It isn't a question of closer to ad or bc, it IS bc. 3000bc would be -3000ad.



Nothing. There was no time period between BC and AD. 1 BC was followed by 1 AD. There was no year zero or any gap between BC and AD.


BC ends when AD begins: 1 BC comes before 1 AD. There is no year "0". "BC" stands for "Before Christ", and "AD" stands for "Anno Domini", which in Latin means "in the year of the Lord". Scholars prefer to use "BCE" and "CE", which stand for "Before the Common Era" and "Common Era", respectively, to mean the same thing as "BC" and "AD", but do not imply Christian connotation.


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There was one for both, but when most people say 'eighteenth century' they mean AD.


BC is before AD (Before Christ) (After Death)



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