**0s BC**. For the first century, see 1st century**BC**. For the first millennium, see 1st millennium**BC**. This article concerns the period between 9**BC**and 1**BC**, the last nine years of the before Christ era. It is one of the two "0-to-9" decade -like timespans (along with**0s**AD) that contain 9 years, and thus are not true decades (a span of 10 years).2nd century

**BC**– 1st century**BC**– 1st century. Decades: 30s**BC**20s**BC**10s**BC**–**0s BC**–**0s**10s 20s. Years: 9**BC**8**BC**7**BC**6**BC**5**BC**4**BC**3**BC**2**BC**1**BC**. Categories: Births – Deaths – Architecture. Establishments – Disestablishments. The**0s BC**was the decade before Jesus Christ was born.People also ask

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**BC**births : 90s • 80s • 70s • 60s • 50s • 40s • 30s • 20s • 10s •**0s**. →. Wikimedia Commons has media related to**0s****BC**births. To display all pages, subcategories and images click on the " ":**0s****BC**births (6 C, 11 P)- Significant People
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Erato, Artaxiad DynastyQueen of Armenia, 8–5 BC, 2 BC – 2 AD, 6–11Tigranes V, Artaxiad DynastyKing of Armenia, r. 2–6AD 1 1. Sextus Afranius Burrus, Roman praetorian prefect (d. AD 62) AD 2 1. Deng Yu, Chinese general and statesman (d. AD 58) AD 3 1. Ban Biao, Chinese historian and official (d. AD 54) 2. Geng Yan, Chinese general of the Han Dynasty (d. AD 58) 3. Tiberius Claudius Balbilus, Roman politician and astrologer (d. AD 79) AD 4 1. Columella, Roman Latin writer (d. AD 70) 2. Daemusin, Korean king of Goguryeo (d. AD 44) 3. Publius Quinctilius Varus the Younger, Roman nobleman (d. AD 27) 4. Possible date – Jesus, Jewish preacher and religious leader (executed c. AD 30/33) AD 5 1. Habib the Carpenter, Syrian disciple, martyr 2. Mark the Evangelist, Christian evangelist, martyr, known for The Gospel of Mark 3. Paul the Apostle, Jewish leader of the Christians 4. Ruzi Ying, great-grandson of Xuan of Han (d. AD 25) 5. Yin Lihua, empress of the Han Dynasty (d. AD 64) AD 6 1. Gaius Manlius Valens, Roman senator and consul (d. AD 96) 2. John the Apostle, Jewish Christian mystic (approximate date)[c...

AD 1 1. Amanishakheto, queen of Kush (Nubia) 2. Gaius Antistius Vetus, Roman consul (b. 50 BC) AD 2 1. August 20 – Lucius Caesar, son of Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa and Julia the Elder (b. 17 BC) 2. Gaius Marcius Censorinus, Roman consul (approximate date) AD 3 1. Bao Xuan, Chinese politician of the Han Dynasty AD 4 1. February 21 – Gaius Caesar, son of Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa and Julia the Elder (b. 20 BC) 2. June 26 – Ariobarzanes II, Roman client king of Armenia (b. 40 BC) 3. Gaius Asinius Pollio, Roman orator, poet and historian (b. 65 BC)[a] 4. Hyeokgeose, Korean king of Silla (b. 75 BC) 5. Lucius Cornelius Lentulus, Roman consul AD 6 1. February 3 – Ping, Chinese emperor of the Han Dynasty (b. 9 BC) 2. Cleopatra Selene II, Egyptian ruler of Cyrenaica and Libya (b. 40 BC) 3. Orodes III, king (shah) of the Parthian Empire 4. Terentia, wife of Marcus Tullius Cicero (b. 98 BC) AD 7 1. Athenodoros Cananites, Stoic philosopher (b. 74 BC) 2. Aulus Licinius Nerva Silianus, Roman consul...

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**BC**is not a decade due to the absence of the year 0**BC**. The**0s****BC**has 9 out of 10 years. Subcategories. This category has the following 14 subcategories, out of 14 total.People born in the

**0s****BC**, from the year 9**BC**to the year 0**BC**. See also:**0s****BC**deaths . 1st century**BC**births : 90s**BC**- 80s**BC**- 70s**BC**- 60s**BC**- 50s**BC**- 40s**BC**- 30s**BC**- 20s**BC**- 10s**BC**- 00s**BC**. Wikimedia Commons has media related to**0s****BC**births.