Definition of Christian era in English:

Christian era

Syllabification: Chris·tian e·ra

noun

(the Christian era)
The period of time that begins with the traditional date of Christ’s birth.
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  • Spread outside China during the first centuries of the Christian era the orange began to spread beyond China, as the citron had done earlier.
  • Early in the Christian era, the Goths migrated south to establish kingdoms in North Africa and much of Europe, such as the Ostrogothic kingdom in the Ukraine.
  • His most celebrated historical writings were originally lectures on the history of liberty in the ancient world and in the Christian era.

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