En el sentido de las agujas del reloj desde arriba a la izquierda: Los Juegos Olímpicos de Invierno de 1998 se llevan a cabo en Nagano, Japón; El presidente estadounidense Bill Clinton es acusado por el escándalo Lewinsky; un cartel aboga por un voto de "sí" en el Acuerdo de Viernes Santo en Irlanda del Norte, que eventualmente prevalece y termina con la mayor parte de la violencia asociada con Los Problemas; Se lanza Google; Las protestas estallan en Indonesia por la caída de Suharto ...
Clockwse from top-left: The 1998 Winter Olympics are held in Nagano, Japan; U.S. President Bill Clinton is impeached over the Clinton–Lewinsky scandal; a poster advocates for a "yes" vote on the Good Friday Agreement in Northern Ireland, which eventually prevails and ends most of the violence associated with The Troubles; Google is launched; Protests erupt in Indonesia over the Fall of Suharto, which lead to 1,000 fatalities; an Albanian postage stamp depicts the 1998 FIFA World ...
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1. January 1 – Smoking is banned in all Californiabars and restaurants. 2. January 2 - Russia begins to circulate new rubles to stem inflationand promote confidence. 3. January 2 - A gunman shoots Antario Teodoro Filho, Brazilian politician and radio presenter, in the middle of his broadcast. 4. January 4-10 - A massive ice storm, caused by El Nino, strikes New England, southern Ontario and Quebec, resulting in widespread power failures, severe damage to forests, and a number of deaths. 5. Ja...
1. February 3 - A low-flying US military airplane cuts the cable of a cable car near Trento, Italy, killing 20 people. 2. February 3 - President of Armenia Levon Ter-Petrosianresigns. 3. February 4 - A magnitude 6.1 earthquake kills more than 5,000 people in Northeastern Afghanistan. 4. February 7-22 - The 1998 Winter Olympics are held in 1998 like a 2000 one for Nagano, Japan. 5. February 16 - China Airlines Flight 676 crashes into a residential area near Chiang Kai-shek Airport in Taipei, k...
1. March 2 - Data sent from the Galileo probe indicates that Jupiter's moon Europa has a liquid ocean under a thick crust of ice. 2. March 2 - In Austria, Natascha Kampusch is kidnapped by Wolfgang Priklopil, being held in captivity until August 2006. 3. March 11 - Prime Minister of Denmark Poul Nyrup Rasmussenis re-elected. 4. March 24 - A cyclone hits Bangladesh. 5. March 26 - In Algeria, 52 people are killed in the Oued Bouaicha massacre.January 28 - Ariel Winter, American actressFebruary 25 – Brendon Baerg, American actorApril 9 – Elle Fanning, American actressApril 24 - Ryan Newman, American actress
1. January 1 - Helen Wills Moody, American tennis player (born 1905) 2. January 5 - Sonny Bono, American singer, actor and politician (born 1935) 3. January 7 - Vladimir Prelog, Croatian chemist (born 1906) 4. January 8 - Michael Tippett, English composer (born 1905) 5. January 9 - Kenichi Fukui, Japanese chemist (born 1918) 6. January 11 - Klaus Tennstedt, German conductor (born 1926) 7. January 19 - Carl Perkins, American guitarist (born 1932) 8. January 21 - Jack Lord, American actor (born...
1. February 6 - Falco, Austrian singer and musician (born 1957) 2. February 6 - Carl Wilson, American musician (born 1946) 3. February 8 - Halldor Laxness, Icelandic writer (born 1902) 4. February 8 - Julian Lincoln Simon, American economist and writer (born 1932) 5. February 8 - Enoch Powell, British politician (born 1912) 6. February 17 - Ernst Juenger, German writer (born 1895) 7. February 26 - Theodore Schultz, American economist (born 1902) 8. February 27 - George H. Hitchings, American...
1. March 3 - Fred W. Friendly, American television journalist and executive (born 1915) 2. March 10 - Lloyd Bridges, American actor (born 1913) 3. March 12 - Judge Dread, English musician (born 1945) 4. March 12 - Beatrice Wood, American artist and ceramicist (born 1893) 5. March 12 - Jozef Kroner, Slovakian actor (born 1924) 6. March 15 - Benjamin Spock, American athlete, pediatrician and writer (born 1903) 7. March 16 - Derek Harold Richard Barton, British chemist (born 1918) 8. March 21 -...Physics - Robert B. Laughlin, Horst L. Stroemer, Daniel Chee TsuiChemistry - Walter Kohn, John PoplePhysiology or Medicine - Robert F. Furchgott, Louis J. Ignarro, Ferid MuradLiterature - Jose Saramago"Never Ever" - All Saints"Ray Of Light" – Madonna"Cruel Summer" – Ace of Base"Gettin' Jiggy Wit' It"- Will Smith
Category:1998 - Wikipedia Help Category:1998 Topics specifically related to the year AD 1998. 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 1940s 1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s 2020s 2030s 2040s Subcategories This category has the following 38 subcategories, out of 38 total. 1998 by city (9 C) 1998 by continent (23 C)
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El historiador anglosajón Beda el Venerable, que estaba familiarizado con la obra de Dionisio el Exiguo, utilizó anno Domini, datando su Historia ecclesiastica gentis Anglorum, terminada en 731. En esta misma historia también utilizó otro término latino, ante vero incarnationis dominicae tempus (‘el tiempo antes de la encarnación verdadera del Seño...
Esta numeración de años basada en la era cristiana es predominante en muchos lugares del mundo, así como en el uso comercial y científico. Ha sido el estándar global durante décadas, siendo reconocida por instituciones internacionales como la Organización de las Naciones Unidas y la Unión Postal Universal. Tal predominancia se debe a la influencia ...
El uso tradicional del latín coloca la abreviatura A. D. antes del año; por ejemplo: A. D. 2007 (léase anno Domini dos mil siete» y se traduce ‘en el año del Señor de 2007’). En el caso en castellanode d. C. (después de Cristo), la abreviatura se coloca tras el año; por ejemplo: 64 d. C. (léase «sesenta y cuatro después de Cristo»). En la actualida...
En español, como ya se ha comentado, en vez de anno Domini, se usa generalmente la expresión después de Cristo, abreviada como d. C.
AD, código ISO 3166-1 de dos letras de Andorra. Acción Democrática, un partido político venezolano. Action Directe, grupo terrorista francés. A'ad, una civilización perdida. Alianza Democrática, que se corresponde con varias organizaciones políticas. Apruebo Dignidad, coalición política chilena. Medios de comunicación y cultura [ editar]