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Finding a solution to this problem depends on one crucial observation. And for the sake of solving the problem I’ve assumed a certain amount of constancy in the calendar going back to ancient times. This Python program runs in 44ms.

Solution:The years in chronological order are: 49 BC, 25 BC, 1 BC, 1 AD, 16 AD, 25 AD.