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1. Venus is mentioned in the Latin poem Pervigilium Veneris ("The Eve of Saint Venus"), written in the third or fourth century AD, and in Giovanni Boccaccio's Genealogia Deorum Gentilium.

2. The Papyrus Graecus Holmiensis, written in the third or fourth century CE, contains notes on how to prepare artificial emerald and beryl.

3. Other researchers have stated that his lifespan was in the third or fourth century.

4. This tendency is also attested in the descriptions of his sculptures of Dionysus and the Archer Eros written in the third or fourth century AD by the art critic Callistratus.

5. He placed their origin in the third or fourth century AD, rather than in a much earlier "hermetic" period to which they had generally been ascribed.

6. By the third or fourth century AD, this place had grown into a real city protected by a substantial Roman fortress with towers;

7. From around the third or fourth century Kucha began the manufacture of Wu Zhu (五銖) cash coins inspired by the diminutive and devalued Wu Zhu's of the post-Han dynasty era in Chinese history.

8. From about third or fourth century BC precise historic data can be pieced together.

9. However, more recent scholarship has shown the fragment may date from as late as the third or fourth century, rather than the second century, as was previously supposed.

10. "Two very fragmentary third- or fourth-century Greek papyri serve as textual witnesses to the Apology."

11. The Acts of Xanthippe, Polyxena, and Rebecca is a New Testament Apocrypha dating from the third or fourth century.

12. Vararuchi is believed to have lived around the third or fourth century CE. Although Kalidasa's lifetime is debated, most historians place him around the fifth century;

13. The Sao civilisation began as early as the sixth or fourth century BC, and by the end of the first millennium BC, their presence was well established around Lake Chad and near the Chari River.

14. Of the third or fourth century A. D. Found in the ruins of Ctesiphon.

15. In fact, the Indian astronomers in the third or fourth century, using a pre-Ptolemaic Greek table of chords, produced tables of sines and versines, from which it was trivial to derive cosines.

16. Other Roman-era discoveries include a copper alloy bell found in Main Drain, and 13 coins (dated to the third or fourth century) unearthed in 1978.

17. Sthulabhadra (297-198 BCE) was the founder of Svetambara Jain order during a 12-year famine in Maurya empire in third or fourth-century BC. He was a disciple of Bhadrabahu and Sambhutavijaya.

18. Marcellus of Capua was a third- or fourth-century martyr who was inserted in the General Roman Calendar in the 13th century.

19. The intact floor mosaic in the Byzantine monastery, built on the foundations of an even earlier chapel from the third or fourth century CE, was laid down in circa 530.

20. Saint Baudilus died in the late third or fourth century.

21. Archaeological investigations show that the original structure of the building was built in the third or fourth century;

22. It is also home to the Tomb of the Julii, which has been dated to the third or fourth century.

23. Yet, a study of other Greek literary sources reveals that it did not ordinarily have this meaning until the third or fourth century, well after the time of the New Testament.

24. She lived in the third or fourth century.

25. Around forty bow staves and various arrows were uncovered at Nydam Mose in Denmark, dating to the third or fourth century CE. Similar equipment was discovered at Thorsberg moor in Germany.

26. Mortal remains of Buddha belonging to third or fourth century were found during an excavation in 1962-1963 at Devni Mori which is a Buddhist archaeological site near Shamalaji in Gujarat.

27. The Godesburg was preceded by a building from the third or fourth century;

28. Mariano Armellini, writing two years after the destruction of the church, notes with some certainty that it had been constructed atop ruins from the third or fourth century.

29. A Roman villa was built on the banks of the River Jordan, and was in use until the third or fourth century AD—much like the nearby Jordan Hill Roman Temple.

30. The earliest coins to appear in the British archaeological record are third or fourth century BC Carthaginian bronzes, although it seems unlikely that they were used as currency.