Tue, 22 Jun 1999 00:03:15 EDT

In a message dated 6/21/99 9:58:03 PM Mountain Daylight Time, writes:

> Great work with this, but don't you mean 713 BC instead of 4713 BC? Because
> Rome was founded in 713 BC, not 4,000 years earlier. By the way, since
> Julius
> Caesar only predates Christ by a few decades (or is it more? Was in the
> census of Augustus or Nero that Christ was born during?), then the Julian
> calendar would have started around 690 BC. Which should put the Julian Day
> at
> around 990,558, or there about.
> Food for though, anyway.
> SJ

Woops, I see a mistake I made. I meant 46 BC, not 690 BC. I got a bit carried


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