Christian era


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the time period beginning with the supposed year of Christ's birth

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In the second half of the chapter, Brand turns his attention to the Christian era.
We concentrated on current India, Pakistan and Bangladesh as these regions shared similarities in culture and faith till the early Christian era (Das Dasgupta, 2000), before the introduction of Christianity and Islam in the region.
The 4000-year-old temple was converted into a church at the Christian Era , and then it was sabotaged at Constantine reign.
Woolen fabrics made here were exported to Syria and Egypt in the early decades of the Christian era, while the growth of textile arts was influenced by the availability of raw materials, the nature of the landscape, climate, occupation of the majority of the population, native sense of colour, beliefs and customs, all that went into the making of people's culture.
Woolen fabrics made in this part were exported to Syria and Egypt in the early decades of the Christian era while the growth of textile arts was influenced by the availability of raw materials, the nature of the landscape, climate, occupation of the majority of the population, native sense of color, beliefs and customs, all of which went into the making of people's culture.
3) is the vision that he says pervades the first ten centuries of the Christian Era.
Lucretius' work was lost over the centuries, though imperfectly known by several writers of the Christian era.
They date back to the early Christian era, and were probably written during the life of Jesus Christ.
The concise Oxford Dictionary tells us that this means: "In the year of our Lord, in the year of the Christian era.
When the Prophet Muhammad died in Medina in the year 632 of the Christian Era, he was the most powerful figure in Arabia.
Its history extends beyond the Christian era and it was then known as the land of sea giants.
Verbist, Peter, Duelling with the Past: Medieval Authors and the Problem of the Christian Era (c.
It then explores the spiritual heritage of servant leadership in nursing from the early Christian era through the Middle Ages and the post-Reformation period, and examines the Biblical roots of the nurse's call to serve.
However, its origins go much further back than the Christian era and can be traced to ancient pagan fertility festivals.
To understand its importance in Christian era history, especially in the context of Syrian Christian traditions in India, this move to include it in the heritage tour, has been termed as relevant.
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