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Synonyms for 60

the cardinal number that is the product of ten and six


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being ten more than fifty

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SEDGEFORD TORC: dated 60 AD, a stunning gold necklace in the British Museum's Iron Age display DIGGING DEEP: Presenters Michael Buerk and Bettany Hughes in front of the British Museum
The second programme focuses on another heroic figure, Boadicea - or Buddug as she's known in Welsh - leader of the Iceni tribe, who rose up against the Romans in 60 AD.
Then about 60 AD a smaller fort was built inside the earlier one.
It was built as a campaign headquarters and supply depot after the Boudican revolt in 60 AD.
TODAY we went to the Lunt Roman Fort dating back to 60 AD.
Archaeologists have always known that the modern re-constructed fort stands on a site which dates back to at least 60 AD.
In 60 AD the Iceni tribe revolted under the leadership of Boudicca (Boadicea).
Over 60 ads were mentioned, and those cited most frequently were for Calvin Klein, Victoria's Secret, Clairol's Herbal Essences, Candie's, and Levi's.
Ingalls struck gold with Forbes, who spent an estimated $230,000 for 50 or 60 ads in about 30 of the state's 38 dailies as well as another two dozen or so ads in weeklies.