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  1. Anno Domini - Wikipedia

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    The Anno Domini dating system was devised in 525 by Dionysius Exiguus to enumerate the years in his Easter table. His system was to replace the Diocletian era that had been used in an old Easter table because he did not wish to continue the memory of a tyrant who persecuted Christians.

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  2. Anno Domini (Latin : "In the year of (our) Lord"), shortened as AD or A.D., is used to refer to the years after the birth of Jesus. AD is also a shortening for Christian Era. Similarly, Before Christ, shortened as BC or B.C., is used in the English language to refer to all years before the start of the time period Anno Domini.

  3. Anno Domini (band) - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Anno Domini are an Australian symphonic black, death metal band. Formed in 2005, the band's line-up as from 2016 was Michael Aldeguer on guitars, Amir Bukan on drums and keyboards, Dan Kendall on bass guitar, Danny Straughen on guitars and Andy Suppradit on vocals.

    • Amir Bukan, Dan Kendall, Danny Straughen, Andy Suppradit
    • 2005–present
  4. Anno Domini (gallery) - Wikipedia

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    Anno Domini is a contemporary art gallery in San Jose, California. It was started by graphic designers Cherri Lakey and Brian Eder. Its strapline is "The second coming of Art and Design". The gallery has featured the collaborative work "FriendMakers" by the artists Don Pendleton, Craig Metzger, and Michael Sieben.

  5. Anno Domini - Wikipedia

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    Anno Domini Frae Wikipedia, the free beuk o knawledge Anno Domini is Laitin for " In the year o oor Laird ". It is pitten efter a year sae as no tae be rivet wi the years BC.

  6. Anno Domini - Wikipedia

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    Anno Domini (Srednjovjekovni latinski: "U godini (našeg) Gospoda ", skraćeno u AD ili A.D., oznaka je pod kojom su se brojale, i još se broje, godine u julijanskom i gregorijanskom kalendaru. Puniji izraz je mogao biti Anno Domini Nostri Iesu (Jesu) Christi ("U godini našeg Gospoda Isusa Hrista").

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  8. Anno Domini - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Después de Cristo, abreviado como d. C., y usado también como anno Domini, expresión latina que significa año del Señor, y se abrevia con la sigla A. D., [1] es un indicador de calendario que señala que la cifra antecedente está contada a partir del año cristiano del nacimiento de Jesucristo, considerado el inicio de la era cristiana.

  9. Dionysius Exiguus - Wikipedia

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    Dionysius is best known as the inventor of Anno Domini (AD) dating, which is used to number the years of both the Gregorian calendar and the (Christianised) Julian calendar. Almost all churches adopted his computus for the dates of Easter.

  10. Anno Domini - Wikipedia

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    Anno Domini (lat. "viti i Zotit") apo në mënyrë të plotë Anno Domini Nostri Iesu Christi („në vitin e Zotit Tonë Jezus Krishtit“), shkurtuar AD, numërimi i viteve të Erës së krishterë, e cila përdor kalendarin gregorian dhe julian.

  11. Anno Domini – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    O primeiro historiador ou cronista a usar o Anno Domini como mecanismo de datação principal foi Vítor de Tununa, escritor africano do século VII.Poucas gerações depois, o historiador anglo-saxão Beda, que conhecia bem o trabalho de Dionísio, voltou a usar o Anno Domini na sua Historia eclesiástica gentis Anglorum, ("História eclesiástica do povo inglês) terminada em 731.