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Adj.1.77 - being seven more than seventy77 - being seven more than seventy  
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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"These military actions began with the invasion at Richborough in Kent by Emperor Claudius in 43 AD, but were not concluded until nearly 30 years later with the decisive campaigns of Governor Sextus Julius Frontinus between 74 and 77 AD which brought Wales under control.
Then there is the much broader in scope work by Pliny the Elder: Naturalis Historia, completed in 77 AD. It consists of 37 books, 7 of them containing information about medicinal plants.
Nearly five centuries later, in 77 AD, Pliny the Elder knocked Plato for a loop saying "Athletes when sluggish are revitalized by lovemaking."