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  1. Anno Domini - Wikipedia

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    The term anno Dominiis Medieval Latinand means "in the year of the Lord",but is often presented using "our Lord" instead of "the Lord",taken from the full original phrase "anno Domini nostri Jesu Christi", which translates to "in the year of our Lord Jesus Christ".

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      The Anno Domini dating system was devised in 525 by...

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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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    Anno Domini (band) 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 1573 - Wikipedia

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    In 1979 Television Zagreb broadcast the television series made from the film, titled Anno domini 1573, told in different story line, with the inserted drawings in Bruegel style and narrated (by the character Petar, played by director's son Sergio Mimica-Gezzan, a young man who witnesses the uprising and does not appear in Šenoa's novel) in old Kajkavian dialect.

  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 Dómini - Wikipedia

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    Anno Dómini (en llatín, ‘nel añu del Señor’), embrivíu A. D., ye un indicador calendariu que señala que la cifra antecedente ta cuntada a partir del añu cristianu de la nacencia de Xesucristo (Xesús de Nazaret), consideráu l'entamu de la era cristiana.

  9. 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.

  10. Anno Lucis - Wikipedia

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    Anno Lucis (“in the Year of Light”) is a dating system used in Masonic ceremonial or commemorative proceedings, which is equivalent to the Gregorian year plus 4000. It is similar to Anno Mundi. Description. For example, a date Anno Domini (AD) 2020 becomes Anno Lucis (AL) 6020.

  11. Anno Domini – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    Anno Domini (A.D.) é uma expressão em latim que significa "ano do Senhor" e é utilizada para marcar os anos seguintes ao ano 1 do calendário mais comumente utilizado no Ocidente, designado como "Era Cristã" ou, ainda, como "Era Comum".