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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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It is thought it was built circa AD 200, 150 years after Boadicea sacked the city.
He presents examples from the period from 70 BC to AD 200 and beyond that shows the changes in the exercise of civic patronage as Rome emerged from the civil wars of the Late Republic and became a Principate.
Mr Vermes had an early interest in the Dead Sea Scrolls, a cache of documents written between 200 BC and AD 200 which were discovered in caves at Qumran, near Jericho, between 1947 and 1956.
It was built in AD 200 and defined the shape and size of London for more than a millennium.
The wall was built in AD 200 and defined the shape and size of London for more than a millennium.
Christian writers before AD 200 encouraged welcoming and generous treatment of immigrants and other strangers.
Animal Sacrifice In Ancient Greek Religion, Judaism, And Christianity, 100 BC to AD 200
They include the Lord of Sipan, a Moche culture chieftain of AD 200 found in the late 1980s outside Chiclayo, 300 km north of Lima, complete with almost as much gold as Tutankhamun, on a site that has also yielded a barely less richly endowed 'Old Lord' of AD 20.
Historians have attempted to pin down a date that would link the original marble star map to the ancient sky, but results ranged from 1130 BC to AD 200.
The Paracas culture flourished from 200 BC to AD 200 along the river valleys in coastal Peru.
The AD 200 Absorbance Detector is a high-precision monochromator-based system ideal for assays requiring detection in the low UV range, including DNA quantitation and characterization.
You won't find it in the Oxford Latin Dictionary which, by stopping at AD 200, signals another radical change in the language's resources, in which Christian writers play an increasing role.