Ab urbe condita

Ab urbe condita is a way to measure time.

Origin

The phrase is Latin. It literally means from when the city was founded. The city talked about is the city of Rome. This way of measuring time was not used in Classical antiquity. The first to have used it was the historian Orosius, about 400 AD.

Other Languages
Alemannisch: Varronische Ära
asturianu: Ab urbe condita
Bân-lâm-gú: Ab urbe condita
български: Ab urbe condita
bosanski: Ab Urbe condita
brezhoneg: Ab urbe condita
Ελληνικά: Ab urbe condita
español: Ab Urbe condita
Esperanto: Romia erao
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italiano: Ab Urbe condita
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Latina: AUC
latviešu: Ab urbe condita
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română: Ab Urbe condita
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Türkçe: Ab urbe condita
українська: Ab Urbe condita
Tiếng Việt: Ab urbe condita
文言: 建城