A.D.

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A.D.

  1. Alternative form of AD; abbreviation of anno Domini.
    • 1958, Willetts, William, “Buildings”, in Chinese Art[1], volume 2, Penguin Books, OCLC 1058201533, page 733:
      In China, surviving single pagodas at the Fo-kung Temple, Ying Hsien, Shansi, and at the P'u-shou Temple in Hopei, both dating from the eleventh century A.D., no doubt indicate persistence of this earliest plan under the architecturally conservative Liao (p. 709) long after it had disappeared in more metropolitan areas.

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A.D.

  1. Alternative form of A. D.: in the year of the Lord, used in providing years according to the Dionysian Era.
  2. Alternative form of a. d.: day before, used in providing dates according to the Roman calendar.