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The 52nd century of the Anno Domini dating system was defined as the period from 5101 to 5200.

Serials and episodes[]

  • Doctor Who:
    • "The Time of Angels" (in part)
    • "Flesh and Stone" (in part)
    • "The Pandorica Opens" (in part)
    • "The Impossible Astronaut" (in part)
    • "Day of the Moon" (in part)
    • "The Almost People" (in part)
    • "A Good Man Goes to War" (in part)
    • "Let's Kill Hitler" (in part)
    • "Closing Time" (in part)
    • "The Wedding of River Song" (in part)
  • Prequels: "Prequel to A Good Man Goes to War"
  • Night and the Doctor: "First Night" (in part)
  • "The Battle of Demons Run: Two Days Later"

Events[]

  • 5123 - (DW: "Let's Kill Hitler")
  • (DW: "Closing Time")
  • (Night and the Doctor: "First Night")
  • (DW: "The Impossible Astronaut", "Day of the Moon")
  • 5145 - (DW: "The Pandorica Opens")
  • Battle of Demons Run. (DW: "A Good Man Goes to War")
  • (DW: "The Time of Angels", "Flesh and Stone")
    • (DW: "The Name of the Doctor")

Notes[]

  • The setting of "The Time of Angels"/"Flesh and Stone" is given by the Doctor as the 51st century. This contradicts the dating of scenes in the chronologically earlier "The Pandorica Opens" and "Let's Kill Hitler", which are dated as 5145 and 5123 respectively.
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