Ab urbe condita

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Ab urbe condita (relatit tae Anno Urbis Conditae: AUC or a.u.c. or a.u.)[1] is a Laitin phrase meanin "frae the foondin o the Ceety (Roum)",[2] tradeetionally datit tae 753 BC.

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  1. Dio uses "a.u." in his Roman History
  2. Literally translated as "From the city having been founded".