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Adj.1.48 - being eight more than forty48 - being eight more than forty    
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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He assigned four individuals to write the Gospels: Matthew wrote in 42 AD, Mark in 46 AD, Luke in 48 AD, and John in 58 AD.
Her analysis considers the codex in the Trinity College Dublin library, Multyfarnham Friary, and the annals noting events from 48 AD to 1274.
The prehistoric period ended with the arrival of the Roman army, which began its campaigns against the Welsh tribes in 48 AD with an attack on the Deceangli in north-east Wales.