Terminus ad quem

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

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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He also contests (with undue harshness) the thesis, propounded by Edmund Cueva, that Chariton knew Plutarch; instead, he is confident that the novelist knew and used Virgil's Aeneid (more on this below), which gives us, at last, a terminus post quem, Virgil's death in 19 BC (p.
The construction of the gate tower on to which the base of this stela was built, gives the mid-ninth century BC as a terminus post quem for its erection (Arav 2001: 244).
He was the author of this work." Here is our terminus post quem: the copy must be after 1141.
The terminus post quem for Haribhadrasuri is Arcata (c.
suggests this terminus post quem. This reinterpretation of the phases of occupation of Kh.
Since half of the brick stamps found in Jewish catacombs originate from the time of Severus, one should perceive here rather a terminus post quem (p.