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ab urbe condita

foreign term ab ur·be con·di·ta \äb-ˈr-be-ˈkn-di-ˌtä\

Definition of AB URBE CONDITA

:  from the founding of the city (Rome, founded 753 b.c. ) —used by the Romans in reckoning dates

Origin of AB URBE CONDITA

Latin

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