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Synonyms for 120

the cardinal number that is the product of ten and twelve

being ten more than one hundred ten

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THE EAGLE (12A) IN 120 AD, the entire Ninth Legion disappears without trace in Scotland and its golden eagle standard is lost forever to the eternal shame of Rome.
In 120 AD, Rome's Ninth Legion disappears without trace in Scotland and its standard, a golden eagle, is lost forever to the shame of Rome.
Two-and-a-half hours that fly by and which, although set in 120 AD, makes you realise that times haven't changed, only fashions, and the bad guys are still out there.
The well-preserved remains of Prestatyn's Roman civilian bath house were discovered in March 1934 by local architect and amateur archaeologist F Gilbert Smith The bath house was built about 120 AD and extended 30 years later.
Athena and its collaborators recently completed a clinical research study that tested levels of tau and a form of the beta-amyloid peptide in the cerebral spinal fluid of 120 AD patients and relevant controls.
The Swing Bridge occupies virtually the same site as the bridge built across the Tyne in 120 AD by the Roman emperor Hadrian.