I am translating the phrases "Before the Fire" and "After the Fire" into Classical Latin. These are used for dating in a fashion similar to how B.C.E./B.C. and C.E./A.D. are used for dates in the western world.
Ante Incendium and Post Incendium seem like the obvious choices, assuming that the noun makes sense, but is there something potentially more poetic sounding?
Edit: Per a comment from brianpck and a post I made before about translating "everything burns" into Latin, would something like ab Omnia Incensa make sense, and how would that be abbreviated?