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Adj.1.110 - being ten more than one hundred110 - being ten more than one hundred  
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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Ignatius of Antioch's Epistula ad Smyrnaeos (110 AD) reads strikingly:
Based on new archaeological evidence, Sheehan examines the continuous occupation of the site of modern Cairo since the sixth century BC, including the massive stone walls of the canal linking the Nile to the Red Sea, the harbor constructed by Trajan at the canal's entrance around 110 AD, and the fortress of Babylon built by in 300 AD.
"It is highly likely he would have patrolled in Prestatyn early in the 1st century, around 110 AD."