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Synonyms for 500

the cardinal number that is the product of one hundred and five

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denoting a quantity consisting of 500 items or units

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For it was here that King Yehoikan built the first synagogue; here that Jews adopted the distinctive Ashuri (Assyrian) square Hebrew characters; and here, between 200 and 500 AD, that at the yarchei kallah--assembly of sages--compiled the Babylonian Talmud.
VISIT Tradition states David was born to Saint Non at what is now St Non''''s, just to the south of the city, in about 500 AD.
The missing femur was located in an early adobe cist internment, circa 500 AD, that lay under an excavated house at the Mitla Fortress, in the Valley of Oaxaca, some 322 miles southeast of Mexico City.
We know that the earliest settlers in the West Riding were the Angles from Northern Germany, who settled in Britain from about 500 AD, after the departure of the Romans.
It was once the seat of the diocesan church of St Asaph' it is thought there has been a church in the area since about 500 AD
The old town, with its maze of lanes, narrow streets, old inns and historic buildings, is considered one of Wales' earliest Christian settlements, dating from around 500 AD.
The earliest historical source comes from around the 10th Century and relates that the Gaels came from Ireland in about 500 AD, under King Fergus Mor.
Extrapolating from other cultural and development parallels in the region, Colani suggested that the jars were created sometime between 500 BC and 500 AD.
I would opt for Dorset as it is further south and lay approximately at the point of furthest Saxon penetration by the year 500 AD.
The first is Manlius Hippomenes, a French aristocrat around the year 500 AD, who is fighting to keep the spirit of Roman civilisation alive in France as the barbarian hordes gather on the borders.
And, one of Indo-European's daughters is Celtic, from which Welsh emerged in around 500 AD.
Of the appeal of the story, which may or may not have its roots around 500 AD, he says: `` I think that it's a strange mixture of two things.
Each must explore its geographic surroundings, build cities, create military units, research and develop new technologies and overtake its neighbors by military or diplomatic means by 500 AD.
He has worked in over 50 films, 500 ads and innumerable theatre productions.