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An early lunar calendar, which Julius Caesar improved in 46 B.C.E., used the term anno urbis conditae (AUC), or "in the year of the founded city," to identify the correct year. This term referred to the city of A. Carthage. B. Thebes. C. Athens. D. Rome.
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An early lunar calendar, which Julius Caesar improved in 46 B.C.E., used the term anno urbis conditae (AUC), or "in the year of the founded city," to identify the correct year. This term referred to the city of ROME.
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