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Synonyms for 80

the cardinal number that is the product of ten and eight

being ten more than seventy

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Philip reportedly came to Hierapolis to preach Christianity before being executed by the Romans in 80 AD.
Philip the Apostle, who is believed to have died in the city around 80 AD. The follower, who is known as the apostle who preached in Greece, Syria, and Phrygia, is said to have been martyred in Hierapolis.
Lodestones and magnetism were first mentioned in China in about 350 BC but it was hundreds of years before there was reference to a lodestone attracting a needle (80 AD).
The 80 AD Roman amphitheatre, which housed bloody public spectacles including gladiator fights, mock sea battles and animal shows, is one of the world's most famous monuments and attracts six million visitors each year.
It was excavated in 1911 by Sir Flinder Petrie and is believed to date from about 80 AD.
Bluetooth offers range (30 feet) and scalability (80 ad hoc nodes) more suited to the PAN, and should not be thought of for LAN scenarios.
Below lies the ruins of the civilian site where the Roman equivalent of a hotel was built around 80 AD and the first bath house followed in 100 AD.