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When will they take away AD and BC from your dates?

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They wont. AD and BC designations are required.

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BC is used to refer to dates before the birth of Jesus and AD to the dates after His birth Answer BC= Before Christ AD= Anno Domini


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


Take the BC year and add it to the AD year with present year and bc & ad


550 - -184 = 734. However as there was no year 0, 733 years after 184 BC was 550 AD, so there are 732 years between them (the years: 183 BC, 182 BC, ..., 2 BC, 1 BC, 1 AD, 2 AD, ..., 548 AD, 549 AD).


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.


it means the dates of the past like bc is the same as bce which id the decrease of dates like 524bce to 520bce is 2 years but ad is the opposite


The three Mayan eras with their beginning and ending dates is:The Olmecs; 1200 to 100 BC. & 700 to 400 BC.The Teotihuacan; 200 BC. to AD. 600The Mayas; AD. 250 to AD. 900



1034 years is 10.34 centuries. 1034 AD is in the 11th century AD 1034 BC is in the 11th century BC The first century AD was the years 1 AD to 100 AD The second century AD was the years 101 AD to 200 AD etc. The first century BC was the years 100 BC to 1 BC The second century BC was the years 200 BC to 101 BC etc There was no year 0 as zero did not exist as a concept when Dionysius Exiguus set up the "modern" calendar dates in the year designated 247 Anno Diocletiani which he calculated as 531 years after the birth of Jesus and so designated 531 AD, from which all our dates then follow on. (Zero was invented around 1100 AD).


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


The difference is that Anno Domini (AD) is dates after the birth of Jesus Christ. While BC is before Christ's birth (BC) based on the Julian and Gregorian calendars.


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BC stands for Before Christ and it is the years before Jesus lived. AD stands for Anno Domini and is after Jesus died.


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


BC : before Christ AD : anno domino


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


There is no time period between BC and AD - dates went from the equivalent of December 31, 1BC to January 1, 1AD.


BC - Before Christ, then his life which is unaccounted for timewise, and then AD - Anno Domini For example: Dates Before Christ are written 350 BC Dates after Christ's birth are written AD 250


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


Asked on 4 Jan 2013 AD, so 31688 years ago it would have been:2013 AD - 31688 = -29675 ADNegative AD dates are BC, but when Dionysius Exiguus devised the AD/BC calendar (in the year 247 Anno Diocletiani, which he called 531 AD) zero (0) had not been invented, so 1 AD was preceeded by 1 BC, so -29675 AD becomes 29,676 BC.


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.


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



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