century date

century date

[′sen·chə·rē ‚dāt]
(horology)
The number of days that have elapsed in the century, that is, since January 1, 1900.
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Further out in the churchyard, evidence for structures of the same mid 7th Century date have been found, linking up with earlier excavations of the monastic enclosure by Dr Thomas in 2008-10.
6th/7th century date. This would not fit these statues for stylistic and historical reasons; however the test actually gives us an equal possibility of a later date, and thus this should not question the reliability and the value of certain analytical examinations for dating a historical object.
A small silver annular brooch, of 13th or 14th century date, was discovered by James Cain, in Cilcain, Flintshire in November 2016.
The High Meadow House Barn near Bardon Mill is of late 18th century or early 19th century date and has been upgraded because it is a rare survival in the North East of an oak cruck-framed building, using split tree trunks and heather thatch, and is described as the "last gasp of a dying tradition in the region".
Ceramic analysis by the KUSP team, including Dr Scott Moore of Indiana University, Pennsylvania, indicated a mid-4th century date for the tragedy.
"This is consistent with a 19th century date, but they were produced well into the 20th century.
A crown above an early 19th century date denotes a George III truncheon, while those with the initials "VR", standing for Victoria Regina, are obviously Victorian.
It half-lingers in collective consciousness as a memory of faded grandeur, the way a 19th century date farmer in Nasiriyah might be dimly aware that the Great Ziggurat of Ur used to be around here someplace.
Here he debunks previous scholars' assertions that such a success story, from poverty to town censor, could not happen after the third century, and argues for a fourth century date at the earliest (pp.
The modelling of the face of the Getty bambino suggests a second century date, but the provenance remains uncertain.