## Ab urbe condita |

This article is about the year numbering system. For the book, see
Ab Urbe Condita Libri .

"* Ab urbe condita*" (Classical orthography: ABVRBECONDITÁ; Latin pronunciation:

The traditional date for the founding of Rome of 21 April 753 BC, was initiated by 1st century BC scholar
*ab urbe condita*", accepting the 244-year interval from

From Emperor
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During 248 AD,
*Saeculum Novum*.

When the Roman Empire turned Christian during the following century, this imagery came to be used in a more
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Anno Domini* dating system, which came into general use during the reign of

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