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Adj.1.62 - being two more than sixty62 - being two more than sixty    
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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And a third, from five years later, is a contract dated October 21, 62 AD, to bring "twenty loads of provisions" from Verulamium - modern day St Albans, Herts - to London.
In the two-hour ITV drama, to be shown next Sunday, she plays the ruler of the Iceni tribe who took on the Roman legions before her death in 62 AD.
James is believed to have been crucified in ancient city Ostracena, northern Egypt, after being arrested by the new Roman governor in 62 AD.