a. u. c

A.U.C.

1
from the founding of the city (of Rome in 753? b.c.). The year 360 A.U.C. would be the 360th year after the founding of Rome.

Origin:
< Latin ab urbe conditā

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A.U.C.

2
in the year from the founding of the city (of Rome in 753? b.c.).

Origin:
< Latin annō urbis conditae

ab urbe condita

[ahb oor-be kohn-di-tah; English ab ur-bee kon-di-tuh]
adverb Latin.
from the founding of the city (Rome, about 753 b.c.). Abbreviation: A.U.C.

Origin:
literally, from the city (being) founded

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ab urbe condita (æb ˈɜːbɪ ˈkɒndɪtə)
 
the full form of AUC
 
[literally: from the founding of the city]

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A.U.C.
  1. Latin ab urbe condita (from the founding of the city [of Rome in 753? B.C.])

  2. anno urbis conditae (in the year from the founding of the city [of Rome in 753? B.C.])

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