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Ab Urbe Condita - [[Lingua_Latina|Latin]] for "since the founding of the city", "the city" naturally referring to the home city of the [[Romans|latin speakers]], [[Rome]]. This is an event which, according to [[Founding_of_Rome|tradition]], took place 753BC, meaning the year 2000AD would be [[MMDCCLIII]] a.u.c. to a [[Roman]], or 2753 in {{wpedia|what=Arabic_numerals}}.
 
Ab Urbe Condita - [[Lingua_Latina|Latin]] for "since the founding of the city", "the city" naturally referring to the home city of the [[Romans|latin speakers]], [[Rome]]. This is an event which, according to [[Founding_of_Rome|tradition]], took place 753BC, meaning the year 2000AD would be [[MMDCCLIII]] a.u.c. to a [[Roman]], or 2753 in {{wpedia|what=Arabic_numerals}}.
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Ab Urbe Condita - Latin for "since the founding of the city", "the city" naturally referring to the home city of the latin speakers, Rome. This is an event which, according to tradition, took place 753BC, meaning the year 2000AD would be MMDCCLIII a.u.c. to a Roman, or 2753 in Arabic_numerals.

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