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somewhere between 2 B.C. and 6 A.D.
There was the Year One. In the sixth century, Dionysius Exiguus presented a calculation of the “first year of our Lord”; it was slightly inaccurate, given the scant and conflicting evidence in the Gospels, and on neither of those accounts … Continue reading
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