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Synonyms for 500

the cardinal number that is the product of one hundred and five

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denoting a quantity consisting of 500 items or units

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For example, 500 BC in radiocarbon years is actually 610 BC in sidereal time, and AD 500 in radiocarbon years is actually AD 350.
These he surveys at three different stages: 500 BC, AD 1 and AD 500, thereby giving students a wider view than they would otherwise have.
Wonders Of World Architecture" draws upon contributions and commentaries of architects, engineers, and architectural historians as it presents an historical overview of architectural history, creativity, and innovation from AD 500 down to the present day.
The practice seems to have been discontinued only around AD 500, though pagan sacrifice surely continued in other forms.
The original Sanskrit work, now lost, may have originated at any time between 100 BC and AD 500.
After a chapter on fish and shellfish as food, he progresses through such periods as seeds in antiquity 2000 BC to AD 500, the slow dawn of science 1450-1900, aquaculture in a world at war 1939-45, uncontrolled expansion 1965-75, and building global capacity 1980-2000.
Meanwhile life, based on agricultural settlements, became more structured, and evidence from shell mounds and burial sites suggests that large villages, even small towns, appeared around AD 500.
The term, 'ancient world' here means 'all periods of human history and all parts of the world' before AD 500.
The theory of rasa is attributed to Bharata, a sage-priest who may have lived about AD 500.
Written for students and scholars, this book provides population genetic and biogeochemical analyses of tooth enamel, bones, mortuary patterns and body modifications to interpret case studies from the Americas from AD 500 to the Colonial Era.
AD 500 A Journey Through the Dark Isles of Britain and Ireland Simon Young Weidenfeld & Nicolson 288pp 14.
The title of the book, however, would appear to place events in the year AD 500, when the Anglo-Saxons were certainly not as firmly established as the narrative suggests, yet there is plenty to indicate that Young's fictional travellers lived in the reign of Justinian (527-65), when they may well have been.
One arresting possibility is that much of the landscape in AD 500 could have appeared as it did centuries later or even, to an extent, today.
A visitor to Britain in AD 500 would, however, have seen plain traces of the destructive consequences of Roman withdrawal, above all in the towns.
The historical perspective should make economists queasy: output tripled between AD 500 and 1500.