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Dionysius named the years relating to his cycle, BC meaning Before Christ, which starts with year 1 and AD meaning Anno Domini, the year of Our Lord referring to the year of Christ’s birth. For example, the first year began in 1 AD and ended the beginning of 2 AD.
(for more information on how it spread read our article What Did We Use Before BC and AD) The need for the introduction of the Gregorian Calendar came about because a year is not exactly 365 days long. Every four years, March 1st moved behind a day until after centuries instead of being early spring March 1st was now the beginning of winter. The Gregorian Calendar was introduced in the Catholic parts of Europe in 1582 A. by Pope Gregory XIII (then the religious leader of the Roman Catholic faith).
It was an improvement upon the Julian Calendar to keep the average length of the calendar year better in line with the seasons. The rules, months, and days of the Gregorian calendar are the same as those of the Julian Calendar, except for the leap year rules.
The meaning of AD is Anno Domini or Year of our Lord referring to the year of Christ’s birth. Today, based on historical evidence relating to Herod and astronomical evidence relating to eclipses and star novas, most historians believe Christ was born a few years earlier. (That’s the reason purists insists the 21st century began January 1, 2001.
He decided to start his 532-year cycle from 753 years after the Founding of Rome.