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being ten more than one hundred ninety

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Animal Sacrifice In Ancient Greek Religion, Judaism, And Christianity, 100 BC to AD 200" by Maria-Zoe Petropoulou (a teacher on the International Baccalaureate program of the Hellenic American Foundation, Athens) specifically addresses animal sacrifice, sources and methodology in ancient Greece, the character of Jewish sacrificial ritual worship and how it differed from the Greeks, and relationship of the early Christians (a widely persecuted minority within the Roman empire) to animal sacrifice up to AD 200.
Mr Vermes then gained a doctorate from the Catholic University of Louvain, where he wrote his dissertation on the Dead Sea Scrolls, a cache of documents written between 200 BC and AD 200 which were discovered in caves at Qumran, near Jericho, between 1947 and 1956.
Compiled around AD 200, these acts narrate that he was an architect and all-round construction contractor.
The book's three parts deal with the world of the Old Testament, Jewish responses to Greek and Roman cultures from 322 BC to AD 200 and the formation of the early Church.
The key to the spread of Viking civilisation was the 'early centralisation of power', complete by AD 200, which allowed for an intensity of warfare unknown elsewhere.
The Mayans' age of splendour was from about AD 200 to 900 when their civilization reached its zenith.
Located some 130 miles from Cancun, the city was an important religious and ceremonial centre during the Mayan Classic and post-Classic periods from AD 200 to 1200 when it was mysteriously deserted.
AD 200 Taupo eruption (New Zealand) and the possibility of a global tsunami, The Holocene 10: 401-7.
AD 200 near Syracuse, Sicily (Gibbins 1988; 1989; 1991; Gibbins & Parker 1986).
AD 200 at Plemmirio, near Siracusa (Sicily): second interim report.
The settlement was peopled by native Balinese with a rich tradition of pottery-making and bronze-casting, presumably in contact with visiting traders who were able to bring in large amounts of Indian trade pottery some-time between 200 BC and AD 200.
During the centuries from AD 200 to 1200, as Denmark developed from a tribal society into a Christian kingdom, sea-faring was important.
It was actually around AD 200, at the peak of supposed East Sjaelland monopoly, that the landing-place at Lundeborg came into use.