anno urbis conditae

[ ahn-noh oor-bis kohn-di-tahy; English an-oh ur-bis kon-di-tee ]
/ ˈɑn noʊ ˈur bɪs ˈkoʊn dɪˌtaɪ; English ˈæn oʊ ˈɜr bɪs ˈkɒn dɪˌti /

Latin.

in the year from the founding of the city (Rome, about 753 b.c.). Abbreviation: A.U.C.

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British Dictionary definitions for anno urbis conditae

anno urbis conditae
/ Latin (ˈænəʊ ˈɜːbɪs ˈkɒndɪˌtiː) /

the full form of AUC

Word Origin for anno urbis conditae

literally: in the year of the founding of the city
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