In a grave for the damned, the bones of a vampire child

Aug 14, 2023
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Actually I have what might be a stupid question. How can this be a 400 yr old skeleton if it was buried in the 17th century?
 
Jun 28, 2020
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The 17th century is the 1600's. 1623 - 2023 is 400 years.
And why is the 17th century the 1600's?

"The reason the centuries are called 100 years ahead is because of the way we count them. We start counting with year one (1 AD), not year zero (0 AD)"

 
Aug 15, 2023
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I was going to comment on the "vampire" child but now I'm more concerned that it appears we have someone in the military and is a mother of multiple children who doesn't understand what century we are in...