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Millennium: 4th millennium
Centuries: 37th century · 38th century · 39th century
Decades: 3700s 3710s 3720s 3730s 3740s
3750s 3760s 3770s 3780s 3790s

The 38th century of the Anno Domini (common) era will span the years 3701–3800 of the Gregorian calendar. It will be the eighth century of the 4th millennium.

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Astronomical events

Fiction

  • In the year 3781, according to Walter Miller Jr.'s A Canticle for Leibowitz ("Fiat Voluntas Tua"), a second nuclear holocaust destroys all life on Earth. However, survivors escape to human interstellar colonies.
  • Nostradamus' prophecies would extend to the year 3797; although not being considered as the end of the world.[1]
  • 3798 is the year in which Michael Wang's "The Cosmos" mostly takes place.

Decades and years

References

  1. ^ de Nostredame, Michel (1555). "Preface". Les Propheties. "...I have composed books of prophecies, containing each one hundred astronomic quatrains of forecasts, which I have tried to polish through obscurely, and which are perpetual vaticinations, from now to the year 3797."  
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