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Adj.1.130 - being ten more than one hundred twenty
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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The three arched entrances were built to celebrate emperor Hadrian's visit to the city in 130 AD.
The Baal Shamin temple was built nearly 2,000 years ago in 17 AD, then expanded under the Roman emperor Hadrian in 130 AD.
The six lines in Latin, engraved in the hard white limestone, are a dedication from the Roman army honouring Emperor Hadrian, who visited the city in 130 AD and whose many building projects included the wall named after him in Britain to demarcate a border of the Roman empire.
This year, ATC Global said that its professional event management team facilitated 197 pre-arranged and over 130 ad hoc meetings between buyers and suppliers.