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Some interesting events at that time were: 1 BCE: Some historians have concluded from their analysis of Josephus' writings that Herod the Great died in 1 BCE.

However, Josephus also mentioned that an eclipse occurred just before Herod's death.

When that didn’t work, Christians began to be killed in various brutal ways including occasionally being torn apart by animals for the amusement of the masses (Damnatio ad bestias).

You may be interested in some background on BCE/CE and an article including reasons some non-Christians prefer BCE/CE. It is an effort to be more inclusive, not a personal insult by way of putting you through the anguish of having to detect a ‘B’ or the lack thereof.

I am not a Christian, but I don't care about using Christian terminology to refer to a date based purely on a Christian myth.

If we were using a Japanese calendar, I'd be fine using Japanese terminology to refer to it. Marking it as the "Christian Era" (or more commonly, the "Common Era") allows the same epoch to be used even though the best calculation for Jesus's birth has changed.

@Jez, no, the dates are based around what is commonly understood to be "year 0" (not that such a year actually existed or that Christian scholars think "BC/AD" accurately reflects Jesus's birthday anyway)[email protected], I do agree the one letter's difference is a shame for readability...

As far as I can tell, the idea of "Common Era" goes back at least to the 1700s use of "Vulgar Era", so it's not just political correctness.