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The site's building activity is datable to two separate periods, one indicated by a mud-brick ritual structure and the other by three schist sanctuaries, as well as other buildings.
The argument and documents adduced in this chapter support Bagnall's earlier assertion that for two reasons "the inherit probability of finding many Christian books truly datable to the second century is very low" (65): (1) prohibitive cost and (2) the weak institutional base of the Church in the second century that precludes having the monetary wherewithal to purchase books.
It seemed like a great way to meet nice, smart, potentially datable guys.
This can be interpreted as a pattern of cultural change or natural decay in datable material.
Spier writes, the early Christians 'were slow to express their religious beliefs pictorially, and no churches, decorated tombs, nor indeed Christian works of art of any kind datable before the third century are known".
However, none of the older sites included datable human remains, and questions linger over the accuracy of the artifact dates.
A chronologic typology depends on a sequence of safely datable specimens to which others can be compared, and such a corpus proved impossible to establish due to the problematic nature of the source material.
Each is set in a different season, and though it's clear Teodors is growing older, helmers avoid datable markers and period detail.
Somewhat surprisingly, this discussion includes material datable to the fourth century, well beyond the defined period of the volume.
Having in effect signed a resignation datable at their pleasure, he must meet with them quarterly for a whole day and report to them on the state and trend of the business.
As Bernhard Rieger shows, European designers were well aware that the "ultra modern" one day would be the very datable sign of obsolescence the next and that product lines existed to be improved.
The Kangxi Emperor's Southern Tour, Scroll Three: Ji'nan to Mount Tai, Qing dynasty (1644-1911), datable to 1691-1698.
As to books that are in the view of experts datable only within a range of years, Jones has taken it upon himself to assign a definite year to each edition.