- Bachelor of Chemical Engineering.
- Bachelor of Christian Education.
- Bachelor of Civil Engineering.
- before (the) Common Era.
Examples from the Web for bce
Contemporary Examples of bce
Neolithic humans lived in the caves pocking its slopes, and by around 1400 BCE a fortified palace was built atop the Acropolis.Virgin Sacrifice and the Meaning of the Parthenon
February 12, 2014
You, and millions like you, may have recently discovered meditation, an age-old practice dating back to the 1st millenium BCE.These 7 iPhone Apps for Meditation Make Us Want To Inhale, Exhale, Inhale, Exhale
Courtney Boyd Myers
January 26, 2014
Hanukkah is the celebration of a Jewish military victory in the second century BCE.Sarah Palin Is Here to Save Christmas, Thank God
November 13, 2013
But by 167 BCE, Jews had dispersed enough that often grandfathers, fathers, and sons no longer lived in the same cities.How Jews Invented Heaven
March 28, 2010
Historical Examples of bce
Se e ne bi Godes tempel, he bi deofles tempel, and byr swie swre byrene on his bce.
Confucius expressed the philosophy on which this religion is based on sayings and dialogues during the 6th-5th century BCE.The Civilization of Illiteracy
- Before Common Era (used, esp by non-Christians, in numbering years bc)
initialism for "Before Common Era" or "Before Christian Era," 1881; see C.E. A secular alternative to B.C.
- Abbreviation for before the Common Era.
An abbreviation sometimes used in place of b.c. It means “before the Common Era.”