Terminus ad quem

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TERMINUS AD QUEM. The point of termination of a private way is so called.

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i A clear terminus post quem for later LCIIC in the form of the five Apliki roof-timber samples -- weighted average age for the set is 3069 [+ or -] 24 [sup.
At Boulogne, the only other fortified site on the coast of Belgica to have survived, the latest coins from the underlying Classis Britannica fort, and from the foundations of its successor, give a terminus post quem of c.
On the north coast of Brittany at Alet, the town wall, which was provided with at least 10 square-shaped towers or bastions, has a terminus post quem of c.
Apart from the evidence from Pevensey, it is interesting to note the construction of a major building in London for which dendrochronology provides a terminus post quem of 294 (Williams 1993).
Excavation at Lancaster, however, has provided us with a terminus post quem of 326 for the construction of the late fort which appears to have at least one multangular tower (Jones & Shotter 1988:80-84).
Charcoal from the matrix of the secondary terrace gave a single radiocarbon determination, providing a terminus post quem for its construction:
A fragment of charcoal from the blockage rubble gave a radiocarbon determination which provides a terminus post quem for the blockage of the entrance:
Fragments of charcoal from the clay deposits gave two radiocarbon determination, providing a terminus post quem for the covering of the external cairn structures: