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I recall the first time I encountered the modern awfulness that is the terminology 'C.E.' and 'B.C.E.' - it was in a museum in Europe. Here I present my solution to the non-problem.
I spent a day making this video, and then didn't like the result. For one thing, it was too long and rambling at four and a half minutes, so the next day I remade it, and I've now managed to cut it down to eight and half minutes.
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B.C./A.D. or C.E./B.C.E.? A perfect solution!
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