Difference between revisions of "Anno Domini"

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AD is an abbreviation for Anno Domini, which is Latin for "in the year of our Lord."
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AD is an abbreviation for Anno Domini, which is Latin for "in the year of the Lord."
  
 
AD is common misinterpreted as being an abbreviation for "after death," referring specifically to the death of Jesus Christ.
 
AD is common misinterpreted as being an abbreviation for "after death," referring specifically to the death of Jesus Christ.
This causes the common confusion resulting from the general consensus is that Jesus died roughly 32 AD.
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This causes the common confusion resulting from the general consensus is that Jesus died roughly AD 32.

Revision as of 01:45, March 22, 2007

AD is an abbreviation for Anno Domini, which is Latin for "in the year of the Lord."

AD is common misinterpreted as being an abbreviation for "after death," referring specifically to the death of Jesus Christ. This causes the common confusion resulting from the general consensus is that Jesus died roughly AD 32.