Question: Where does ad go in a date?

Writing Years with AD, BC, BCE, and CE The abbreviation AD (Anno Domini) means in the year of the Lord and denotes of the Christian Era. It is written before the year. The abbreviation BC (Before Christ) is written after the year. For example: AD 2001.

Where do you put AD on a date?

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What does AD in a date mean?

Anno Domini AD stands for Anno Domini, Latin for “in the year of the Lord”, while BC stands for “before Christ”.

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