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being one hundred more than two hundred

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Finding this jar indicates the relations people from Malieha had with some Greek cities and islands in the Mediterranean Sea upon the prosperity of Malieha colony in the period between 250 BC and 300 AD.
While the Romans only sacrificed animals, Ali says that during the construction of the temples, from 100 to 300 AD, 100,000 slaves over six generations spent their lives building the complex.
"There are more than 300 AD plants in Germany already.
The lantern dates from between 43 and 300 AD and is made of bronze.
It flourished between 200 BC and 300 AD. Unlike Madain Saleh it was strongly influenced by south Arabia in its culture, although a large number of Hellenistic items have been found there.
Around the year 300 AD, sericulture had reached Japan, India and Persia.
While medical schools were established in Greece in the 6th Century BC, there is general consensus that the first teaching hospital with visiting physicians and scholars from Egypt, India, and Greece was founded at Gondisapur in present day Iran in 300 AD.
. Knitted socks were found in an Egyptian tomb dating from 300 AD. However, with early artefacts it's difficult to tell whether garments were created using two needles, as in traditional knitting, or by using one needle (naalbinding)..
He added: ``The fort, built in 300 AD, is one of the best sites of its type in the whole of Wales.
The festival celebrates Lucia, an ordinary girl from Sicily who died for her Christian faith, and was made a saint in 300 AD. Folklore suggests St Lucia acted as a saviour to the Swedish.
He was persecuted for being a Christian by the emperor Diocletian and was finally martyred for his faith in Palestine around 300 AD.
The sarcophagus had been undisturbed since around 300 AD
He took his metal detector to a field and unearthed nearly 4,000 Roman coins dating back to 300 AD.