What Does Era Mean?

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An era is a specific period of time in history from a particular date, or epoch. It can also be referred to as the successive years that follow from the occurrence of a specific and important event. An example is the Christian era or the era of Alexander.
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e·ra
[eer-uh, er-uh]
NOUN
1.
a period of time marked by distinctive character, events, etc.: The use of steam for power marked the beginning of an era.
2.
the period of time to which anything belongs or is to be assigned: She was born in the era of hansoms and gaslight.
3.
a system of chronologic notation reckoned from a given date: The era of the Romans was based upon the time the city of Rome was founded.
4.
a point of time from which succeeding years are numbered, as at the beginning of a system of chronology: Caesar died many years before our era.
5.
a date or an event forming the beginning of any distinctive period: The year 1492 marks an era in world history.
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