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Adj.1.200 - being ten more than one hundred ninety200 - being ten more than one hundred ninety
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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Then there was block printing, which was born in Asia around 200 AD.
Among other things, the Islamist jihadists destroyed the shrine of Baal Shamin, the 2,000-year-old Temple of Bel and the Roman Arch of Triumph dating from around 200 AD.
Travellers located 32 rue Dauphin in Saint-Priest on a plot of 2358 square meters plot from () 200 AD.
The earliest reasonably complete version available to scholars today, named P46, dates to approximately the year 200 AD, approximately 150 years after the original was presumably drafted.
6) From 179 AD to his death around 200 AD, Galen continued his medical research and writings producing such major works as The Method of Cure.
The water that feeds the ponds comes from channels dug by the pre-Columbian Chavin culture sometime before 900 BC, while in 200 AD, the Moche Indians used the ponds for reed growing.
The masterpieces on view at the exhibition include: A variety of jewellery made of Gulf natural pearls from 200 AD until 1930 by anonymous and famous designers such as Cartier, Elizabeth Taylor's natural pearls earrings by Bvlgari and Marilyn Monroe's pearl necklace by Mikimoto, Six Royal tiaras from European monarchies including the Tiara of Lady Diana from her step-mother, A 600 years history of pearl jewellery throughout 25 masterpieces presented by Albion Art, Tokyo, A Chinese pearl installation showing the problem of overproduction, A magnificent Chinese freshwater pearl purple necklace from Yoko London, Three sorting tables with thousands of pearls presented by Hinata/Andy Muller in Kobe.
DOHA A 1,200-YEAR-OLD pottery jar from the Abbasid era discovered in Qatar, an array of stone objects from Saudi Arabia and Oman's amphora jar that dates back to 200 AD were among the 400 artifacts that was unveiled at the third Joint GCC Archaeology Exhibitions on Monday.