what is AD full form ?
AD full form⇒ (Anno Domini)
AD FULL FORM:-Friends today we will know full form of AD and all related important fact about AD.
The full form of AD is ANNO DOMINI⇒AD
In subject history we commonly used ad like 1857 AD or
365 BC we call BC is opposite of AD (anno domini)
HISTORY OF AD (what is full form of ad )
History divided into two parts on basis of birth of Jesus Christ AD and BC.
⇔Means AD is date after Jesus Christ death
⇒Do you know The Anno Domini is a Latin word.
⇒Sometimes we call AD “after death ”
It is totally wrong, the right and valid meaning of AD is (“ANNO DOMiNi”)
⇒The AD is also called CE
⇒Here CE means common ERA
Now we see time period of BC and AD
|2500 BC ⇒||construction of Criza pyramids.|
|480 BC ⇒||battle thermopyiae|
|0⇒||birth of Jesus Christ|
|476 AD ⇒||fall of the Western Roman empire|
|1947 AD ⇒||Indian Independence|
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Difference between BC and AD
|1. BC is and reverse sequence Ex:-
⇒2500 BC ⇒2000 BC⇒
|1. AD is and forward sequence ex:-
⇒360 AD ⇒1947 AD ⇒
2000 AD ⇒2020 AD
|2. Is also called BCe||2. Is also called CE|
|3. Before common era||3. Common ERA|
|4. Full form:- before Chris||4. Full form :- anno domini|
AD – ANNO DOMiNi
1.Why AD is also called CE ?
In ancient time some people not believe on God or Lord Jesus Christ so they called AD’s CE.
2. Is AD means after death?
No,it is totally wrong concept AD is not called as after death.
3. Is AD and CE both are same?
Yes AD and CE both are same and both are same meaning.
4. what does AD and BC stands for?
AD stands for anno domini , this is latin word and BC stands for before Christ
5. what is full meaning of AD?
the full meaning of AD is anno domini
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writers often don’t need to makes the choice at all. The BCE/CE ( BC/AD) distinction is usually unnecessary outside of historically contexts, and it is generally understood that when unspecified, the year in question is CE (or AD). As a result, dates that occurred within the last few centuries are rarely marked with CE (or AD).