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Ce in what century is 30 ce the rst century ce

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Unformatted text preview: he year of the Lord. –  A.D. is put BEFORE dates (A.D. 140, NOT 140 A.D.) –  C.E. is put afer them: 140 C.E. –  It is 2013 C.E right now (or A.D. 2013) Telling Time •  B.C.E. –  Before the Common Era, Before the Chris3an Era, or Before the Current Era –  refers to dates before the birth of Jesus. –  Some people use “B.C.” (= Before Christ) instead. –  Both B.C.E. and B.C. are put afer the year •  Examples –  250 B.C.E –  350 B.C. 5 9/26/13 Prac*ce with Telling Time Telling Time 200 C.E. •  The second century C.E. 150 C.E. –  The year 150 C.E. 100 C.E. •  The first century C.E. 50 C.E. –  The year 50 C.E. birth of Christ •  The first century B.C.E. –  The year 50 B.C.E. •  The second century B.C.E –  The year 150 B.C.E Greeks and Romans 50 B.C.E. 100 B.C.E. 150 B.C.E. 200 B.C.E. •  In what cent...
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