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Synonyms for sixteenth

position 16 in a countable series of things

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one part in sixteen equal parts

coming next after the fifteenth in position

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The site was recorded in the 16th century and is shown on most maps dating back more than 100 years."
Robert Spittal, master tailor to the court of James IV including to James' wife Mary Tudor, is thought to have been responsible for the building of a bridge in the 16th century as well as a number of other bridges around Stirling.
Katie's research to date specializes in the social and cultural history of 15th and 16th century England and this is reflected in her talks.
In the 16th century, some of the pieces in the Grimani collection were restored by important contemporary sculptors such as Tullio Lombardo.
This book provides a detailed analysis of a corpus of nearly 850 bronze plaques that were installed in the court of the 16th century Benin kingdom at the moment of its greatest political power and geographic reach (the original name of the Benin Kingdom at its creation in the first millennium CE was Igodomigodo).
Historians now believe beer was drunk in such quantities because of its nutritional value: a 16th century pint was 400 to 500 calories, compared to the modern 180 to 200 calories.
A portrait of English politician and poet Sir Thomas Wyatt is equally captivating, having been painted by one of the greatest portraitists of the 16th century, Hans Holbein the Younger.
Dr Susan Flavin, Lecturer in Early Modern History at Anglia Ruskin University, calculated that 16th century beer had a high calorific value, providing between 400-500 d r e, 00 calories per pint compared to 180-200 calories for modern bitter.
Caption: ROAD STOP--The 16th Century Zeinodin Caravanserai (above) has recently been renovated and is open for overnight stays.
Another find of a small gold pendant which is thought to be dated to the first half of the 16th century had been found at St Donats by David Hughes in November 2011.
Eight discoveries from the Late Bronze Age (around 1000-800BC), the Middle Ages (from the 5th to the 15th centuries) and the Tudor period (16th century) were declared treasures by the Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan coroner.
Khan, who originally hailed from Pakhla village (now in Pakistan), moved to the valley in 16th century, and later his shrine was built in Budgam District.
The 16th century former weaver's cottage, in the restored Black Swan Terrace in Upper Spon Street, will be offering tours and talks from 11am to 4pm.
"The fact that the struggle for this truth in the 16th century led to the loss of unity in Western Christendom belongs to the dark pages of church history," the document says.
The first essay examines the conversations, exchanges, and conflicts between the courtly centers of power in the Deccan states of South Asia in the 16th century. The second describes exchanges between the maritime centers of power in the Malay world of the 16th century, with a particular focus on the Sultanate of Aceh and its relations with Portuguese, Moghul, Ottoman, and Hadramaut courts.