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being one hundred more than two hundred

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Around the year 300 AD, sericulture had reached Japan, India and Persia.
Knitted socks were found in an Egyptian tomb dating from 300 AD.
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.
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.
Sharjah, Oct29(BNA)An exhibition showcasing Bahrain National Museum's artifacts depicting the period spanning from 2000 BC to 300 AD today opened at Sharjah Archaeological Museum.
Around 300 AD the church leader Arius started teaching that Jesus was created by God, and thus not divine.
The Mayan civilization, based in modern day Mexico and Central America, reached its height from 300 AD to 900 AD and had a talent for astronomy
Although there is evidence of occupation in the Ed-Dur area from the early Bronze Age, around 3,000 BC, until the Late Islamic period, it is primarily important as the site of a town that flourished from around 200 BC to C 300 AD.
Miran yielded some of Stein's most exciting discoveries, including a colossal stucco head and torso and coloured frescos depicting Buddhist iconography such as mythological gandharvas (angels), which he dated to around 300 AD.
The Gospel of Judas, which dates from around 300 AD and was discovered in Egypt in 1970, may shed new light on the relationship between Christ and the apostle reviled for so long.
Based on new archaeological evidence, Sheehan examines the continuous occupation of the site of modern Cairo since the sixth century BC, including the massive stone walls of the canal linking the Nile to the Red Sea, the harbor constructed by Trajan at the canal's entrance around 110 AD, and the fortress of Babylon built by in 300 AD.