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the cardinal number that is the sum of thirteen and one

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being one more than thirteen

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27 BC to AD 14) to 1500, marks the emergence of modern bibliography and the transformation of literary history into a scholarly discipline.
But who is this Philokrates--a real birdseller, as one scholiast (ad 14) is thought to have meant,(24) or a purely comic invention of the poet, as some moderns now believe?(25) I have yet to find a single commentator, ancient or modern, who has even noted that when the Athenian efforts at Melos had begun to flag in 416, they were buoyed up by the work of a new commander, Philokrates, the son of Demeas, who drove the Athenian periteichisis to its brutal conclusion (Thuc.
Sommerstein, Birds 271-72 ad 1073, puts the expulsion at "no later than about 417"; and the scholium ad 14 which preserves Craterus' remarks (FGrH 342 F16) certainly allows dates of "no later than about 417," or 416, or possibly even 415 for the decree and Diagoras' expulsion.
Looking at the first half of 2012, gold demand of 2,090.8 tons was 5 percent down on the previous year ad 14 percent above the five-year H1 average of 1,828.7 tons.
He then served aboard USS Dixie (AD 14) and USS Ozbourn (DD 846) in Long Beach, Calif.
(28.) Lisa Hammersty, "Half of Attorney General's Staff to Leave Office; Most to Join Clinton," AD 14 December 1978, 1A; Jerry Dean, "Clinton Selects 11 for Governmental Operations Staff," AD 4 January 1979, 3A; "Clinton Announces Department Heads," AD 8 January 1979, 1A; Jerry Dean, "Clinton Appoints Quails, Gaddy, Crane to New Posts," AD 12 January 1979, 1A; Ernest Dumas, "Clinton Names Lawyer to Fill AHC Vacancy," AG 18 January 1979, 1A; and "Clinton Names Agency Heads, Office Staff," AG 23 January 1979, 4A.
(160.) "Clinton Calls White 'Expert' in Gutter Politics," AD 14 October 1982, 3B.
In his official autobiography, composed and published in AD 14, Augustus mentions three censuses (28 BC, 8 BC, AD 14), their express intent to establish the number of Roman citizens.
Upon graduation, he served afloat aboard the USS Agerholm (DD 826), USS Kearsarge (CV 33), and USS Dixie (AD 14).
The Ara Pacis and the mausoleum, which was built in 28 BC and where Augustus was buried in AD 14, occupy what was in ancient Rome the Campus Martius, the Field of Mars, sacred ground reserved for military exercises and religious services.
Upon graduation, he served afloat in three ships USS Agerholm (DD 826), USS Kearsarge (CV 33), and USS Dixie (AD 14).
AD 14, the first deliberate execution of a rival for the succession; AD 41, the first military coup d'etat by the Praetorians; AD 68, the first successful bid for power by an imperial legate; and so forth.