Christian Era


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Christian Era

the period beginning with the year of Christ's birth. Dates in this era are labelled ad, those previous to it bc
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The Romans conquered Israel in 6 BCE, expelled most of the Jews, and established the Roman Province of Palestina - where Christ was born and the Christian era of Anno Domine (AD) began.
The Holy Veil of Manoppello is a piece of cloth dating back to the earliest Christian era that is said to bear the image of the resurrected Jesus Christ.
The content focuses on all aspects of biblical and extracanonical writings of the First and Second Temple Periods and into the martyrology of the early centuries of the Christian era.
Materials from the Ancient Egyptians, through Greek and Roman rule, to the Coptic Christian era were used to structure the building.
They share at the table of Jesus while believing his death and resurrection, if Jesus ever existed at all, is a myth concocted in the early centuries of the Christian era.
The House of Representatives has approved on second reading a measure renewing the franchise of the Christian Era Broadcasting Service International, Incorporated (CEBSI, Inc.
During the Christian era, mistletoe was used for decoration.
The cemetery "shows the free choice that everyone had with their own body," Germoni said, "a freedom people no longer had in the Christian era when burial became the norm.
The brief introduction takes us from the Christian era when the ancient myths, purged of religious content, became 'wild adventures' to contemporary appearances of the god in comic books and elsewhere.
George Foot Moore, Judaism in the First Centuries of the Christian Era,, vol.
His main focus is to develop a theology of wealth in the Christian era beginning with Saint Augustine.
As Dr Ben Jochannan wrote in Black Men of the Nile and his Family, the entire world of Christendom owes its greatest successes to many indigenous Africans, not only their contributions before the advent of the Christian era, but including the Christian era.

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