On the Number 60

60 in Mathematics
1) The 30th even number = 60
2) The 12th abundant number = 60
3) The 42nd composite number = 60
4) The 25th Harshad number = 60
5) Product of the 1st and 15th even numbers = 2 x 30 = 60
6) Product of the numbers = 2 x 30 = 3 x 20 = 4 x 15 = 5 x 12 = 6 x 10 = 60
7) Product of the 3-4-5 Pythagorean right triangle numbers = 3 x 4 x 5 = 60
8) 60 is the smallest number with 12 different divisors = 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 12, 15, 20, 30
9) Sum of the 3rd to the 8th odd numbers = 5 + 7 + 9 + 11 + 13 + 15 = 60
10) Sum of the 4th to the 8th even numbers = 8 + 10 + 12 + 14 + 16 = 60
11) Sum of the 8th and 13th prime numbers 19 + 41 = 60
12) Sum of the 9th and 12th prime numbers 23 + 37 = 60
13) Sum of the 10th and 11th prime numbers 29 + 31 = 60
14) Sum of prime numbers 7 + 53 = 13 + 47 = 17 + 43 = 60
15) Sum of the 5th to 8th prime numbers 11 + 13 + 17 + 19 = 60
16) Sum of the 5th and 9th triangular numbers 15 + 45 = 60
17) Sum of the 5th and 10th Fibonacci numbers 5 + 55 = 60
(Leonardo Pisano Fibonacci, 1170-1250)
18) Sum of the 4th and 14th lucky numbers 9 + 51 = 60
19) Sum of the 1st and 9th abundant numbers 12 + 48 = 60
20) Sum of the 3rd cube and 3rd two-digit palindromic numbers 27 + 33 = 60
21) Difference of the 50th and 20th even numbers = 100 - 40 = 60
22) Difference of the 8th and 2nd square numbers = 82 - 22 = 64 - 4 = 60
23) Difference of the 6th and 2nd The 4th hexagonal numbers: 66- 6 = 60
24) Square root of 60 = 7.745966692
25) Cube root of 60 = 3.914867641
26) ln 60 = 4.094344562 (natural log to the base e)
27) log 60 = 1.77815125 (logarithm to the base 10)
28) Sin 60o = 0.866025403
Cos 60o = 0.500000000
Tan 60o = 1.732050808
29) 1/60 expressed as a decimal = 0.016666666
30) Angle measurement: 60 seconds of arc in one minute
31) Angle measurement: 60 minutes of arc in one degree
32) Internal angles in an equilateral triangle = 60 degrees
33) Novemdecillion = 1060 = 1 followed by 60 zeros
In the British system, decillion = 1060
34) The 127th & 128th digits of pi, π = 60
35) The 147th & 148th digits of phi, φ = 60
36) The 20th & 21st digits of e = 60

e = 2.7182818284 5904523536 0287471352 6624977572 4709369995
        9574966967 6277240766 3035354759 4571382178 5251664274
        2746639193 2003059921 8174135966 2904357290 0334295260
        5956307381 3232862794 3490763233 8298807531 9525101901

(Note: The 99th-108th digits of e = 7427466391 is the first 10-digit prime in
consecutive digits of e. This is the answer to the Google Billboard question
that may lead to a job opportunity at Google.com, San Jose Mercury News, 7-10-2004)
37) Binary number for 60 = 00111100
(Decimal & Binary Equivalence; Program for conversion)
38) ASCII value for 60 = <
(Hexadecimal # & ASCII Code Chart)
39) Hexadecimal number for 60 = 3C
(Hexadecimal # & ASCII Code Chart)
40) Octal number for 60 = 074
(Octal #, Hexadecimal #, & ASCII Code Chart)
41) The Greek-based numeric prefix hexaconta- means 60.
42) The noun and adjective hexacontad means a group of 60 members.
43) The noun & adjective hexacontagon means a plain figure with 60 straight sides.
44) The noun and adjective hexacontahedron means a solid figure with 60) planar faces.
45) LX is the Roman numeral for 60.
46) Lì Shí is the Chinese word for 60.
47) is the Babylonian number for 60.
Georges Ifrah, From One to Zero: A Universal History of Numbers,
Penguin Books, New York (1987), p. 326
48) In old Greek tradition, the letter Xi, Ξ, ξ, had the numerical value of 60.
(Greek & Hebrew numbering system)
49) In Hebrew, the letter Samekh, has the numerical value of 60,
corresponds to S, and means support. (Hebrew Gematria = 60)
50) 60 in different languages:
Dutch: zestig, French: soixante, German: sechzig, Hungarian: hatvan,
Italian: sessanta, Spanish: sesenta, Swahili: sitini, Swedish: sextio
60 in Science
51) Time measurement: Number of seconds in one minute = 60
52) Time measurement: Number of minutes in one hour = 60
53) Atomic Number of Neodymium (Nd) = 60 (60 protons & 60 electrons)
54) Inorganic & organic compounds whose molecular weight = 60:
Acetic acid, CH3COOH = 60.05
Carbon oxysulfide, COS = 60.07
Nitrogen dioxide, (NO)2 = 60.02
Silicon dioxide, SiO2 = 60.06
Silicon triboride, SiB3 = 60.52
55) Compounds whose melting point = 60oC:
Beryllium nitrate, Be(NO3)2-4H2O, MP = 60oC
Chloroplatinic acid, H2PtCl6-6H2O, MP = 60oC
Ferrous nitrate, Fe(NO3)2-6H2O, MP = 60.5oC
Potassium iodobromide, KBr-IBr, MP = 60oC
Potassium iodochloride, KCl-ICl, MP = 60oC
Potassium monosulfide, KS-5H2O, MP = 60oC
Sodium monobasicphosphate, NaH2PO4-2H2O, MP = 60oC
Uranyl nitrate, UO2(NO3)2-6H2O, MP = 60.2oC
Zinc chlorate, Zn(ClO3)2-6H2O, MP = 60oC
[Norbert A. Lange, Handbook of Chemistry, Sandusky, Ohio (1952)]
56) A new form of Carbon, Buckminsterfullerene ("Bucky Ball"),
with formula C60 is formed in the treatment of graphite by lasers.
57) Silicon (Si) forms crystals in a 1,1,1 lattice which tilts at 60 degrees.
58) A snowflake has six main arms that are 60 degrees apart.
59) A honeycomb is a hexagon with outer angles of 60 degrees.
60) Plutarch claims that crocodiles lay 60 eggs and incubate them for 60 days.
(See Alligator Fact Sheet)
61) Snub cube: Faces = 38, Edges = 60, Vertices = 24
62) Icosidodecahedron: Faces = 32, Edges = 60, Vertices = 30
63) Truncated icosahedron: Faces = 32, Edges = 90, Vertices = 60
64) Truncated dodecahedron: Faces = 32, Edges = 90, Vertices = 60
65) Rhombicosidodecahedron: Faces = 62, Edges = 120, Vertices = 60
66) Snub dodecahedron: Faces = 92, Edges = 150, Vertices = 60
67) Small ditrigonal icosidodecahedron: Faces = 52, Edges = 120, Vertices = 60
68) Small icosicosidodecahedron: Faces = 32, Edges = 60, Vertices = 20
69) Small snub icosicosidodecahedron: Faces = 112, Edges = 180, Vertices = 60
70) Small dodecicosidodecahedron: Faces = 44, Edges = 120, Vertices = 60
71) Dodecadodecahedron: Faces = 24, Edges = 60, Vertices = 30
72) Truncated great dodecahedron: Faces = 24, Edges = 90, Vertices = 60
73) Rhombidodecadodecahedron: Faces = 54, Edges = 120, Vertices = 60
74) Small rhombidodecahedron: Faces = 42, Edges = 120, Vertices = 60
75) Snub dodecadodecahedron: Faces = 84, Edges = 150, Vertices = 60
76) Ditrigonal dodecadodecahedron: Faces = 24, Edges = 60, Vertices = 20
77) Great ditrigonal dodecicosidodecahedron: Faces = 44, Edges = 120, Vertices = 60
78) The 60th amino acid in the 141-residue alpha-chain of Human Hemoglobin is Lysine (K)
The 60th amino acid in the 146-residue beta-chain of Human Hemoglobin is Valine (V)
Single-Letter Amino Acid Code
Alpha-chain sequence of human hemoglobin:
Beta-chain sequence of human hemoglobin:
79) The 60th amino acid in the 124-residue enzyme Bovine Ribonuclease
is Glutamine (Q). It is next to Serine-59 and Lysine-61
[C. H. W. Hirs, S. Moore, and W. H. Stein, J. Biol. Chem. 235, 633 (1960)]
80) Lipotropin (LPH) is a pituary hormone. It increases fatty acid release from adipocytes.
The β polypeptide has 93 amino acids. The γ polypeptide has 60 amino acids.
The sequence of γ-lipotropin from human pituitary glands showed 56 amino acids.
[C. H. Li, D. Chung, and D. Yamashiro, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 77, 7214-7217 (1980)]
81) β-turn Conformational Parameters in 29 proteins:
Methionine (Met): Pt = 0.60
Phenylalanine (Phe): Pt = 0.60
[from Table VIII (p. 71) of P.Y. Chou & G.D. Fasman,
Advances in Enzymology 47, 45-148 (1978)]
82) M60 is one of the giant elliptical galaxies in the Virgo Cluster of galaxies.
At its distance of some 60 million light years, Messier object M60 has an apparent
diameter of 7x6 arc minutes corresponding to a linear diameter of 120,000 light years.
It has an intrinsic luminosity of 60 billion suns. M60 was discovered by Johann Gottfried
Koehler along with M59 on April 11, 1779. Charles Messier cataloged it on April 15, 1779.
83) NGC 60 is a distant spiral galaxy with unusually distorted spiral arms
in the constellation Pisces.
84) Asteroid 60 Echo is a quite large Main belt asteroid.
It is a S-type asteroid, its surface is bright in color and it is probably a mixture
of iron-nickel metals & silicate rock. Orbital period is 3.70 years. Echo was discovered
by James Ferguson on Sept. 14, 1860. It is named after Echo, a Greek mythology nymph.
Occultation of a magnitude 11.9 star by minor planet 60 Echo on the night of August 28, 2004.
85) The Saros number of the solar eclipse series which began on May 18, 1020 BC
and ended on June 26, 260 AD. The duration of Saros series 60 was 1280.1 years,
and it contained 72 solar eclipses. The Saros number of the lunar eclipse series which began
on March 8, 700 BC and ended on May 7, 616 AD. The duration of Saros series 60 was
1316.2 years, and it contained 74 lunar eclipses. (Eclipses & the Saros Cycle)
Bambey Rose:
Hybrid Tea, Medium Red
60 petals
fragrant & fruity
double & pointed
height: 3.5 feet
introduced 1979
[(Fragrant Cloud x Peace) x Alec's Red]
(See Creation of a Rose)
87) Volume 60 of Nature (1883)— A Weekly Illustrated Journal of Science
was published by Macmillan & Co., London (May 4, 1899 to October 26, 1899), pp. 1-636
Wordsworth epigraph on cover: "To the solid ground
Of Nature trusts the mind which builds for aye."

Three interesting articles in Nature LX:
1) Sir Norman Lockyer, "On Some Recent Advances in Spectrum Analysis Relating
to Inorganic and Organic Evolution", Nature LX, 103-108 (June 1, 1899):
That evolution tells us that each kind of plant and animal was not specially created,
but that successive changes of form were brought about by natural causes, and that the
march of these forms was from the more simple to the more complex. Organic evolution,
may be defined as the production of new organic forms from others more or less unlike
themselves; so that all the present plants and animals are the descenddants, through
a long series of modifications or transformations, or both, of a limited number of an
ancient simpler type... It therefore looks very much as if we can really go back as far
as these very early stages of life on our planet to apply those lines of Tennyson:
        "So careful of the type she seems,
          So careless of the single life."

The marvellous molecular complexity of the so-called simple cell may be gathered
from the following formulae for hemoglobin:
    Man     C 600, H 960,  N 154, Fe 1, S 3, O 179
    Horse  C 712, H 1130, N 214, Fe 1, S 2, O 245
2) Sir William Thomson, (Lord Kelvin) "Blue Ray of Sunrise over Mont Blanc"
    Nature LX, 411 (August 31, 1899),
Looking out a 5 o'clock this morning from a balcony of this hotel, 1545 metres above sea-level, and about 68 kilometres W. 18o S. from Mont Blanc, I had a magnificent view of Alpine range of Switzerland, Savoy, and Dauphiné; perfectly clear and sharp on the morning twilight sky... I therefore resolved to watch an hour till sunrise, and was amply rewarded by all the splendours I saw... a brilliant half-moon nearly overhead was overpowered by sunlight streaming upwards from beyond the mountains. A little later, beams of sunlight and shadows of distant mountains converged clearly to a point deep under the very summit of Mont Blanc. In the course of five or ten minutes I was able to watch the point of convergence travelling obliquely upwards till in an instant I saw a blue light against the sky on the southern profile of Mont Blanc; which, in less than the one-twentieth of a second became dazzlingly white, like a brilliant electric arc-light. I had no dark glass at hand, so I could not any longer watch the rising sun. — Kelvin, Hotel du Mont-Revard, above Aix-les-Bains, August 27, 1899.
3) William J. S. Lockyer, "Dark Lightning Flashes"
    Nature LX, 570-574 (Oct. 12, 1899):
Is there such a phenomenon as dark lightning? If dark flashes do really occur, then they
should probably be both seen and photographed, and the former, one would think, would be
the more simple way of recording them... Let us turn now to photography, and see what
evidence we can gather from photographs of flashes taken during thunderstorms... I will
now describe photographs I secured during the storm that passed over Westgate-on-Sea, Thanet, during the night of August 5, 1899. All show dark as well as bright flashes. An enlargement of this flash in Fig. 4 is shown in Fig. 5. Most interesting, is the reversal, which extends nearly the whole way up the centre— that is, the dark flash has along its centre a bright core... We thus see that actual photographs of lightning bear out what we should expect from laboratory experiments, and we must therefore answer in the negative the question asked in the first line of this article. Dark lightning flashes therefore do not exist in nature, but their appearances on photos are due to some chemical action which takes place in the gelatine film. (Also in Windsor Magazine, Vol. 15, No. 3, February 1902)
88) Volume 60 of Science (1924)— a Weekly Journal devoted
to the Advancement of Science was published by
The Science Press, New York (July-December 1924), pp. 1-598
Three interesting articles in this volume:
1) Alexander Forbes, "Analyzed Sound" in Nature
    Science LX, 5-7 (July 4, 1924)
While engaged in the earliest mining researches on Lake Superior in 1844, a very curious instance of analyzed sounds was observed by F. W. Davis and myself [Charles Thomas Jackson]— I was a melodious and solemn dirge in slow music like that I have sometimes heard in European cathedrals... I found that it corresponded to the rote of the waves on the pebbly shore. The vibration of the air produced by the constantly recurring surges was analyzed by the forest and we stood where we heard it in a focus of the echo... Thus it appears that when sounds mingled with discords traverse the forest, the foliage absorbs all the discordant notes and the reflected and returned sounds are all pure liquid harmonies... On July 27, 1903, while on a journey through the Bighorn Canyon in Southern Monatana by boat... I heard a howl, beginning at a high pitch and sweeping down into the bass clef. I stopped short and looked around; I coud hear nothing but the roar of the river. I took a step backward and the howl reversed itself, starting low and rising to a high pitch. I then moved back and forth over the same ground and found the noise to be no more than the roar of the river, rising and falling like a siren. It seems the rocks around me formed a sort of sounding board, treating the roar as a prism treats sunlight, placing the tones according to their pitch, the high in one place and the low in another... Dr. Edward W. Emerson called attention to a passage in the poem "May Day" by his father R. W. Emerson, which clearly was suggested in part by the observations of Dr. Charles Thomas Jackson:
    None can tell how sweet,
    How virtuous, the morning air;
    Every accent vibrates well;
    Not alone the wood-bird's call,
    Or shouting boys that chase their ball,
    Pass the height of minstrel skill,
    But the ploughman's thoughtless cry,
    Lowing oxen, sheep that bleat,
    And the joiner's hammer-beat,
    Softened are above their will,
    Take tones from groves they wandered through
    Or flutes which passing angels blew.
    All grating discords melt,
    No dissonant note is dealt,
    And though thy voice be shrill
    Like rasping file on steel,
    Such is the temper of the air,
    Echo waits with art and care,
    And will the faults of song repair.
    So by remote Superior Lake,
    And by resounding Mackinac,
    When northern storms the forest shake,
    And billows on the long beach break,
    The artful Air will separate
    Note by note all sounds that grate,
    Smothering in her ample breast
    All but godlike words,
    Reporting to the happy ear
    Only purified accords.
    Strangely wrought from barking waves,
    Soft music daunts the Indian braves,—
    Convent-chanting which the child
    Hears pealing from the panther's cave
    And the impenetrable wild.

2) Sir W. H. Bragg, "The Analysis of Crystal Structure by X-Rays"
    Science LX, 139-149 (July 31, 1924)
The X-ray methods have provided an unexpected and welcome entrance. They tell us directly the number of molecules in the crystal unit cell, and the mode of their arrangement with such determination of lengths and angles as are required to define the mode of arrangement in full. By this comparison we hope in the end to determine the position of every atom, and explain its influence through its nature and position upon the properties of the substance.
3) A. A. Michelson, "Preliminary Measurement of the Velocity of Light"
    Science LX, 391-392 (October 31, 1924)
The mean of the various measurements thus far attempted is 186,336 miles per second,
with an uncertainty of 20 or 30 miles... The result of eight independent observations
in the present preliminary work is, for the velocity of light in vacuo, 299,820 km/sec.
60 in Mythology & History
89) 60 Symbolism: Time calculation (minutes and seconds)
To go like sixty is to go rapidly. Egyptian sacred number signifying long life.
Gertrude Jobes, Dictionary of Mythology, Folklore and Symbols
     Scarecrow Press, New York, 1962, Part 2, p. 1463
90) 60 Symbolism: The number of time in minutes and seconds. It is a 'round number'
as three score. It frequently occurs in sagas. In Egypt 60 represents longevity.
It is the Chinese cyclic number, a 'cycle of 60', in the West called a 'cycle of Cathay'.
By the revolving interaction of the Ten Celestial Stems (kan) and Twelve Terrestrial
Branches (chih), a cycle becomes complete in all its combinations in the 60th year;
it is then repeated. Six cycles approximately comprise a tropical year.
— J. C. Cooper, An Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Traditional Symbols
     Thames & Hudson, New York, 1987, p. 120
91) Diamond wedding anniversary celebrates 60 years of marriage
92) A sextile in an astrology chart occurs when two planets are 60 degrees apart.
93) Cycle of 60 in the Chinese zodiac is formed by the 5 Elements & the 12 Terrestial Branches (Animals)
94) The Chinese calendar operates according to cycles of 60 years, beginning in 2637 BC,
when the legendary Yellow Emperor Huangti invented it
in the 61st year of his reign. However, others prefer to start the count with the first year
of his reign in 2697 BCE. Since these years are 60 years apart, it follows that 1984 was
the first year of either the 78th or 79th 60-year cycle. Using this as a starting point,
Chinese New Year in 2000 marks the beginning of the Chinese year 4637 or 4697.
95) Kaaba, the House of Allah in Makka, is a small square building made of stones,
about 60 feet long, 60 feet wide and 60 feet high.
96) Talmudic speculations about 60 are more earthbound: fire is 1/60 of hell,
sleep 1/60 of death, and the dream 1/60 of prophecy.
Annemarie Schimmel, The Mystery of Numbers, Oxford Univesity Press, 1993, p. 258
97) Plato's Nuptial Number = 604 = 12,960,000 = length of a world year (3600 x 3600
98) The 60th day of a non-leap year = March 1
(Frederic Chopin, Polish/French composer,
was born on this day 3-1-1810 & died on 10-17-1849)
99) The 60th day of a leap year = February 29
( Gioacchino Rossini, Italian operatic composer,
was born on this day 2-29-1792 & died on 11-13-1868)
100) 60 B.C.— A triumvirate to rule Rome is formed by Gaius Julius Caesar, 42,
a son-in-law of the late Cinna and an agent of Crassus. Caesar returns from his governorship
of Rome's Hispanic provinces and forges an alliance with Pompey and Crassus.
James Trager (Ed.), The People's Chronology (1979), p. 32
101) 60 A.D.Paul of Tarsus journey to Rome.
First Epistle of Peter written.
Hero of Alexandria writes Metrica, Mechanics, and Pneumatics.
Roman writer, Gaiius Petronius (c. 27-55 AD) wrote Satyricon, a book of randy and satirical
Neroic tales. Fellini made a film (1969) Satyricon, that was loosely based upon the book.
Festus succeeds Felix as procurator of Judea and holds a new trial for the apostle Paul
who makes an "appeal unto Caesar" in the presence of Herod Agrippa II.
James Trager (Ed.), The People's Chronology (1979), p. 37
102) At Age 60:
Sandro Botticelli (1445-1510) serves on a committee (1504) to decide
    on a position in Florence for the new statue of David by Michelangelo (age 29).
Ando Hiroshige (1797-1858) dies of cholera on October 12, 1858 in Edo.
    He painted 53 Stages of Tokaido (1833) at the age of 36.
    Just before his death, Hiroshige writes:
    I leave my brush at Azuma
    I go to the Land of the West on a journey
    To view the famous sights there.

August Rodin (1840-1917) continues as the best-known sculptor of his day (1900).
    The Hand of God was done during this period (1896-1902).
Alfred Stieglitz (1864-1946), U.S. photographer marries Georgia O'Keefe (36), the painter
    (1924). He gets a huge burst of energy and makes an endless series of portraits of her.
Henry Moore (1898-1986), British artist & sculptor produces his most widely
    known work in his 60s: Large Torso: Arch (60-67); Knife Edge Two Piece (60-63)
Guillaume de Machault (1300-1377), French composer, cleric, poet, & diplomat,
    starts his work on the words and music of Le Livre du voir dit (1360).
    This is a 9000 line poem in honor of a woman Péronne d'Armentières (age 18),
    which is completed at age 65.
Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901), Italian composer, writes Requiem (1873) at the death
    of the novelist Alessandro Manzoni (89). Verdi wrote Aïda at 58 and Otello at 73.
Izaak Walton (1593-1683) writes The Compleat Angler (1653).
    In his 5th edition (1676), the 13 original chapters had grown to 21.
Henry James (1843-1916), American novelist, writes The Ambassadors (1903).
    He had written The Wings of the Dove at 59 and The Golden Bowl at 61.
W. C. Fields (1880-1946), American comedian & actor, stars in the film
    You Can't Cheat an Honest Man (1939), having given up drinking at age 58.
Irving Berlin (1888-1989), American composer, writes the music for Easter Parade (1969).
    He died of a heart attack in New York City at the age of 101.
Katherine Hepburn (1907-2003), American actress, stars in Madwoman of Chaillot (1969).
    In the same year, she stars in the Broadway musical Coco.
    At age 58 & 59, she had won the Academy Award for Best Actress
    in Guess Who's Coming to Dinner (1967) & The Lion in Winter (1968).
Brendan of Clonfort (484-578), Irish monastic saint, begins the first of three voyages
    across the Atlantic, from Ireland, and leading to the discovery of North America.
[Sources: World Almanac Book of Who (1980); Jeremy Baker, Tolstoy's Bicycle (1982); Web Links]
103) Stanford Bronze Plaque 60
is on the ground 64 yards to the right of
Stanford University's Memorial Church.
It is in front of the archway between Buildings 60 & 70. The plaque is dedicated to the Class of 1960. The first graduating class at Stanford was 1892. In 1980, Stanford Provost Don Kennedy strolled around the Inner Quad and calculated that it would take 512 years for the bronze class plaques embedded in the walkways to circle the entire area ending with the Class of 2403.
(Photo by Peter Y. Chou, July 2005)
60 in Geography
104) Cities located at 60o latitude:
Helsinki, Finland: 60o 10' N latitude & 24o 57' E longitude
Bergen, Norway: 60o 24' N latitude & 5o 19' E longitude
Oslo, Norway: 59o 56' N latitude & 10o 44' E longitude
Leningrad, Russia: 59o 56' N latitude & 30o 16' E longitude
105) Cities located at 60o longitude:
Manaus, Brazil: 3o 6' S latitude & 90o 0' W longitude
Atlas of the World, Reader's Digest (1992), p. 172
106) 60 is used as a code for international direct dial phone calls to Malaysia
107) E-60 is the European Highway from Brest, France (on the Atlantic coast)
to Constanta, Romania (on the Black Sea coast). The road crossed
these countries: France, Switzerland, Austria, Hungary, and Romania.
108) US Highway 60
is an east-west United States highway,
running 2,670 miles (4,300 km) from Virginia Beach, Virginia
to Quartzsite, Arizona, at an intersection with Interstate 10.
Sign shown is from Daviess County, Kentucky.
109) California Highway 60 runs from Route 10
near the Los Angeles River
to Route 10 in Riverside County,
with a discontinuity at Interstate 215.
110) King's Highway 60
runs for 253.9 km (157.7 miles)
in Central & Eastern Ontario, Canada
from 1937-present.
Western Terminus:
Hwy 11 junction in Huntsville;
Eastern Terminus:
Hwy 17 junction in Renfrew
111) BMT 60th Street Tunnel Connection (also known as the 11th Street Connector) is a short connecting line of the New York City
Subway System connecting the BMT 60th Street Tunnel under the East River
(which connects to the BMT Broadway Line) with the IND Queens Boulevard Line
west of Queens Plaza in Long Island City. The connector does not have any stations.
112) French Institute Alliance Française (fiaf) is located at 22 East 60th Street, New York City.
It is an American private, non-governmental, non-profit organization. Its mission is
to promote and enhance the knowledge and appreciation of French and Francophone culture.
113) Mandarin Oriental, New York is a 251 room luxury hotel located at 80 Columbus Circle
at 60th Street
, at Central Park, New York City. It has floor-to-ceiling windows with
commanding views of Central Park, the Hudson River and the Manhattan skyline.
114) 60 Storeys Avenue (60 kai doori) is a street in Ikebukuro Tokyo, Japan.
The street is named after the skyscraper Sunshine 60.
It is closed to vehicle traffic, and is always very lively.
115) The Sunshine 60 tower was Japan's tallest building
at the time of its completion in 1978. Located in Toshima-ku, Tokyo, it has 60 floors
with a height of 787 ft (240 meters). The Sunshine International Aquarium on the 11th floor
keeps, among many marine animals, Ocean Sunfish. Architect: Mitsubishi Estate Company.
116) Building 60 on the Main Quad of Stanford University
houses the Archaeology Center.
117) 60th Street School is the smallest school in the Niagara Falls City School District.
Address: 6040 Lindbergh St., Niagara Falls, New York 14304
60 in Sports and Games
118) Baseball's 60th All-Star Game was played at Anaheim Stadium,
Anaheim, CA, on July 11, 1989.
The American League beat the National League 5-3. All 9 A.L. starters hit safely
as they won consecutive games for the first time in 31 years. Bo Jackson and
Wade Boggs hit back-to-back first inning homers off Rick Reuschel to wipe out
a 2-0 deficit. 42-year old Nolan Ryan pitched two shutout innings to become
the oldest All-Star winner in the first game played with the designated hitter.
Total Baseball, 4th Ed., Viking, NY (1995), p. 270
(The Baseball Encyclopedia, 8th Edition, Macmillan, NY, 1990, p. 2769)
119) Baseball's 60th World Series (1963): Los Angeles Dodgers defeats New York Yankees 4-0.
Sandy Koufax beats Whitey Ford 5-2 in Game 1 with a Series record of 15 strikeouts.
Johnny Podres wins 4-1 in Game 2. Don Drysdale beats Jim Bouton 1-0 in Game 3.
Koufax beats Ford again 2-1 in Game 4 to complete a 4-0 of the Yankees.
Total Baseball, 4th Ed., Viking, NY (1995), p. 355
(The Baseball Encyclopedia, 8th Edition, Macmillan, NY, 1990, p. 2688)
120) Charlie Gehringer is ranked in 5th place with 60 doubles in a single season (1936).
(The Baseball Encyclopedia, 8th Edition, Macmillan, NY, 1990, p. 33)
121) Old Hoss Radbourn is ranked in 1st place with 60 wins in a single season (1884).
Pitching for Providence Grays (NL), he completed all 73 of his starts,
441 strikeouts, and a 1.38 ERA in 678.2 innings. He also won 18
consecutive games and pitched 11 shutouts (1884). Hall of Fame 1939.
(The Baseball Encyclopedia, 8th Edition, Macmillan, NY, 1990, p. 36)
122) Bert Blyleven is ranked in 8th place for most career shutouts with 60.
(The Baseball Encyclopedia, 8th Edition, Macmillan, NY, 1990, p. 46)
123) Babe Ruth hit 60 home runs in Major League Baseball in 1927,
a record that stood for 34 years until Roger Maris's 61 homers in 1961.
World Almanac & Book of Facts 2005, p. 883
124) Wilt Chamberlain has the most field goal attempts in one game in the NBA:
63 Philadelphia vs. New York, at Hershey, PA, March 2, 1962
62 Philadelphia vs. Los Angeles, Dec. 8, 1961 (3 OT)
60 San Francisco at Cincinnati, Oct. 28, 1962 (OT)
The Official NBA Encyclopedia, 3rd Ed. (2000), p. 859
125) Jo Jo White, is ranked 3rd in most minutes played in a NBA Playoff Finals with 60
Boston Celtics vs. Phoenix Suns, June 4, 1976 (3 OT)
(1st: Kevin Johnson, Phoenix, 62; 2nd: Garfield Heard, Phoenix, 61)
The Official NBA Encyclopedia, 3rd Ed. (2000), p. 876
126) Most free throws attempts in 5-game series of NBA Playoff Finals is 60
by Bob Pettit, St. Louis Hawks, 1961
The Official NBA Encyclopedia, 3rd Ed. (2000), p. 878
127) Most free throws attempts in 5-game series of NBA Playoff Finals is 60
by Bob Pettit, St. Louis Hawks, 1961
The Official NBA Encyclopedia, 3rd Ed. (2000), p. 878
128) 60th Wimbledon Men's Tennis:
Yvon Petra beats G. Brown (6-2, 6-4, 7-9, 5-7, 6-4) on July 6, 1946.
129) 60th Wimbledon Women's Tennis:
Maureen Connolly beats D. Hart (8-6, 7-5) on July 4, 1953.
130) 60th Kentucky Derby was won by Cavalcade in 2:04
with Jockey Mack Garner aboard (May 5, 1934).
131) 60th Preakness Stakes was won by High Quest in 1:58.2
with Robert Jones aboard (May 12, 1934).
132) 60th Belmont Stakes was won by Vito in 2:33.2
with Jockey Clarence Kummer aboard (June 9, 1928).
133) 60th U.S. Golf Open: Arnold Palmer shoots 280
at Cherry Hills in Denver (June 18, 1960)
134) Chinese Checkers is a board game that can be played by two to six people.
The game pieces are six sets of colored marbles, ten of each color arranged
as a triangle in the starting position in one of the corners of the star.
The maximum number of pieces in Chinese checkers is 60 marbles.
135) Blindes Huhn is a German card game consisting of a deck of 60 cards,
most of which are numbered in succession. Some cards have a picture of a blind Hen
(hence the title) with one or more eggs. Nobody wants these blind chicken eggs since they
give negative points. Designer: Michael Schacht. Manufacturer: Berliner Spielkarten (1998)
Game is for 3-6 players. An English translation of the rules is provided.
60 in Coins, Collectibles, & Postage Stamps
136) Victoria 1847 "Gothic Crown"
One British Crown
= 5 shillings = 60 pence
137) Obverse:
Victoria Old Head 1893

St. George Slaying Dragon
One British Crown =
5 shillings = 60 pence
138) Dalai Lama Gold Coin issued by the Tibetan Government-in-Exile (1996)
to commemorate the 60th Birth Anniversary of His Holiness
the 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso (born July 6, 1935), and to promote
the economic self-sufficiency of the exiled Tibetan community.
Gold coins minted at Pobjoy Mint Ltd., an international company
based in the United Kingdom. Purity of Gold: 999.9/1000;
Weight: 31.103 gms (1 tory oz.); Selling Price: £660;
Number of coins: 10,000; Order coins by: Feb. 15, 1996.
139) There are 200 cards in Wings: Friend or Foe
Card #60 is "FH-1 Phantom", U.S. Navy Jet Fighter (Topps 1952)
140) There are 160 cards in World on Wheels (Topps 1953)
Card #60 is "Success 1906"
141) Card #60 of Flags of the World: Uruguay (Topps 1956)
142) There are 64 cards in Firefighters (Bowman, 1952)
Card #60 is "1924 Hook & Ladder"
60¢ Postage Stamps of the United States:

Eddie Rickenbacker
(Scott# 2998, Sept. 25, 1995)

Coverlet Eagle
(Scott# 3646, July 12, 2002)

Garden Botanical
(Scott# 3837, March 4, 2004)
60¢ Airmail & Special Delivery Stamps of the United States:

Grand Canyon
(Scott# C135, Jan. 20, 2000)

Acadia National Park
(Scott# C138, May 30, 2001)

Stylized Arrows
(Scott# E23, May 10, 1971)
145) Postage Stamps with Denominations of 60 (Scott Catalogue # cited)
Note: Stamps were downloaded or scanned & resized in same proportion as originals.
Some stamps were retouched in Adobe Photoshop for centering or perforations.

Austria #368—
60 groschen
Vorarlberg bridal couple
Issued 1934
Set of 20 values
(Scott #354-373)
Austria #532—
60 groschen
Carinthia, Lavant Valley
Issued 1948
Set of 37 values
Austrian costumes
(Scott #520-556)
Austria #474—
60 groschen
Railroad viaducts near Semmering
Dark violet
Issued 1945
Set of 27 values
Definitives Scenic Views
(Scott #455-481)
Bulgaria #1134—
60 stotinski
Costume of Rhodope
Greenish blue,
Prussian blue,
& yellow
Issued Jan. 28, 1961
Set of 6 values
Regional costumes
(Scott #1130-1135)
Czechoslovakia #631—
60 haleru
Leo Tolstoy
Dark green
Issued Dec. 29, 1953
to commemorate the 125th
anniversary of the birth
of Leo Tolstoy
Czechoslovakia #707—
60 haleru
Costume of Ocova, Slovakia
Orange & rose
Issued July 25, 1955
Set of 4 values
Regional costumes
(Scott #707-710)
Czechoslovakia #697—
60 haleru
Dancing couple
Issued June 21, 1955
to publicize the 1st
National Spartacist
Games, Prague
Set of 3 values
(Scott #696-698)
Czechoslovakia #940—
60 haleru
Joseph Haydn
Violet black
Issued Oct. 16, 1959
to commemorate the
150th anniversary of
Haydn's death &
Charles Darwin's birth
Set of 2 values
(Scott #940-941)
Czechoslovakia #1408—
60 haleru
by Pablo Picasso
Black & pale blue
Issued July 5, 1966
to commemorate the 30th
anniversary of the International
Brigade in the Spanish Civil War
Czechoslovakia #1364—
60 haleru
Romain Rolland
Rose lake
Issued Feb. 14, 1966
Set of 4 values
commemorating famous men
(Scott #1362-1365)
Czechoslovakia #J64—
60 haleru
Postage Due
Dark red
Issued 1928
Set of 12 values
(Scott #J58-69)
Czechoslovakia #1507—
60 haleru
The Conjurer
by Frantisek Tichy
Issued Nov. 13, 1967
Set of 4 values
Czech paintings
(Scott #1507-1511)
Czechoslovakia #1019—
60 haleru
Alfons Mucha
Dark blue gray
Issued Dec. 18, 1960
to commemorate
birth centenary
of Alfons Mucha,
designer of the first
Czechoslovakian stamp

Czechoslovakia #1407—
60 haleru
Model of Molecule
Black & light blue
(Issued July 4, 1966)
to commemorate the
centenary of the
Chemical Society

Egypt #C20— 60 milliemes,
Plane & Giza Pyramids
Gray & brown, Issued 1933
Set of 21 values (Scott #C5-C26)
Hungary #1678—
60 fillér
Head of a Combatant
by Leonardo da Vinci
Bister & orange brown
Issued May 4, 1965
to publicize the
1st International
Hungary #J241—
60 fillér
Postage Due
Issued 1958
Set of 18 values
(Scott #J228-J245)

Italy #180— 60 centesimi,
St. Francis of Assisi Monastery
Red brown (Issued Jan. 30, 1926)
Set of 6 values (Scott #178-183)

Italy #C81— 60 centesimi, Muse playing harp
Rose carmine, Issued Sept. 24, 1935
Vincenzo Bellini's death centenary
Set of 5 values (Scott #C79-83)
Italy #664—
60 lire
Madonna of the Pieta
by Michelangelo
Black & cream
Issued Dec. 31, 1954
to mark the end
of Marian Year
Set of 2 values
(Scott #663-664)
Italy #601A—
60 lire
Virgin of the Rocks
by Leonardo da Vinci
Issued 1952
to commemorate
500th anniversary
of Leonardo's birth
Set of 3 values
(Scott 601-601B)

Italy #C86— 60 centesimi
Oak and Eagle
Scarlet, Issued July 1, 1936
2000th anniversary of Horace's birth
Set of 5 values (Scott #C84-88)
Niger #126—
60 francs
Djerma woman
Issued Oct. 15, 1963
Set of 6 values
Costumes of Niger
(Scott #122-127)
Guadeloupe #192—
60 centimes
Cutting sugar cane
Black brown
Issued 1947
Set of 17 values
Native women
and workers
(Scott #189-205)
Netherlands Indies #184—
60 cents
Queen Wilhelmina
Jan. 16, 1934
Set of 25 values
Issued 1933-1937
(Scott #164-188)
Poland #851—
60 groszy
Mother & Child
by Stanislaw Wyspianski
Dull purple
Issued 1959
Set of 5 values
Polish painters
(Scott #850-854)
Poland #882—
60 groszy
Albert Einstein
Issued 1959
Set of 6 values
famous scientists
(Scott #880-885)
Poland #1098—
60 groszy
King on Horseback
Issued Nov. 12, 1962
to commemorate the
20th anniversary
of the death of
Dr. Janusz Korczak
Set of 6 values from
King Matthew books
(Scott #1098-1103)
San Marino #566—
60 lire
Issued Aug. 31, 1963
Set of 5 values
Various butterflies
(Scott #564-568)
Romania #1440—
60 bani
Bagpipe Player
Issued 1961
Set of 6 values
Peasants playing
musical instruments
(Scott #1436-1441)
Rwanda #213—
60 centimes
Saint Christopher
by Dierick Bouts
Rose carmine
Issued May 8, 1967
Set of 8 values
(Scott #211-218)
Spain #870—
60 centimos
The Crockery Seller
by Francisco Goya
Violet gray
Issued March 24, 1958
Set of 10 values
(Scott #867-876)
Spain #896—
60 centimos
The Little Princess
by Velazquez
Black brown
Issued March 24, 1959
Set of 10 values
(Scott #893-902)
60 in Books & Quotes
146) Quotes on 60:
"The only time you really live fully is from thirty to sixty...
The young are slaves to dreams; the old servants of regrets. Only the
middle-aged have all their five senses in the keeping of their wits."

Hervey Allen (1889-1949), Anthony Adverse, Chapter 31 (1933)

"Each year brings new problems of Form and Content,
new foes to tug with: at Twenty I tried to vex my elders,
past Sixty it's the young whom I hope to bother."

W. H. Auden (1907-1973), Shorts I (1969)

"Here I sit, alone and sixty,
Bald and fat and full of sin,
Cold I sit and loud the cistern,
As I read the Harpic tin."

Alan Bennett (born May 9, 1934), Place Names of China

"If you can fill the unforgiving minute
    With sixty seconds' worth of distance run—
Yours is the Earth and everything that's in it,
    And— which is more— you'll be a Man, my son!"

Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936), If, Lines 29-32

"The Future is something which everyone reaches at the rate
of sixty minutes an hour, whatever he does, whoever he is."

C. S. Lewis (1898-1963), The Screwtape Letters, XXV (1941)

"Lost, yesterday, somewhere between sunrise and sunset,
two golden hours, each set with sixty diamond minutes.
No reward is offered, for they are gone forever."

Horace Mann (1796-1859), Aphorism

"One starts to get young at age of sixty and then it is too late."
Pablo Picasso (1881-1973), London Sunday Times, October 20, 1963

"With sixty staring me in the face, I have developed inflammation
of the sentence structure and definite hardening of the paragraphs."

James Thurber (1894-1961), New York Post, June 30, 1955

"Now that I am sixty, I see why the idea of elder wisdom has passed from curency."
John Updike (born 1932),
New Yorker, November 1992

147) The Secret: Sixty Poems by Laurence Binyon (1869-1943)
was published by E. Mathews, London, 1920, 91 pp. [PR6003.I75.S4.1920]
148) T'ao the Hermit: Sixty Poems by T'ao Ch'ien (365-427),
translated, introduced, and annotated by William Acker,
was published by Thames & Hudson, London, 1952, 157 pp. [895.1T171AC]
149) Sixty Poems of Martial, translated by Dudley Fitts,
was published by Harcourt, Brace & World, New York, 1967, 127 pp. [PA6501.A3.F5]
150) The Oblivion Ha-Ha; Sixty Poems by James Tate (1943-)
was published by Little, Brown, Boston, 1970, 92 pp. [PS3570.A8.O2]
151) Sixty Portugese Poems by Fernado Pessoa (1888-1935)
was published by University of Wales Press, Cardiff, 1971, 141 pp. [PQ9261.P417.A6.1971]
152) Under the Eaves of a Forgotten Village: Sixty Poems from Contemporary Bulgaria
translated by John Robert Colombo & Nikola Roussanoff
was published by Hounslow Press, Willowdale, Ontario, 1975, 70 pp. [PG1145.E3.U5.1975]
153) Sixty Poems by Ian Hamilton (1938-)
was published by Faber & Faber, London, 1998, 63 pp. [PR6058.A553.S59.1998]
154) Sixty Odd: New Poems by Ursula K. LeGuin (1929-)
was published by Shambhala, Boston, 1999, 98 pp. [PS3562.E42.S5.1999]
155) Turning Sixty: Poems by Gary Miranda
was published by Zoland Books, Cambridge, Mass., 2001, 73 pp. [PS3563.I69.T87.2001]
156) Attila József: Sixty Poems by Attila József
was published by Mariscat Press, Glasgow, 2001, 75 pp. [PH3281.J64.A26.2001]
157) Sixty Days to Live (1939) is a novel by Dennis Wheatley (UK).
"Her Uncle Oliver, the distinguished astronomer, told Lavinia:
'It would be a pity for you to die without the experience of
marriage, my dear. A comet is due to hit the earth on the
24th of June and none of us has more than sixty days to live.'
(David Pringle, The Ultimate Guide to Science Fiction, 2nd Ed.,
Scolar Press, Aldershot, UK, 1990, p. 330, 345)
158) Bollingen Series LX is Samothrace
[Excavations Conducted by the Institute of Fine Arts of NYU]
Edited by Karl Lehmann & Phyllis Williams Lehman, 4 volumes
Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, 1958-1962
159) Volume 60 of Time Magazine (1st issue: March 3, 1923)
runs from July 7, 1952, LX, No. 1 (Cover: General Mark W. Clark)
to December 29, 1952, LX, No. 26 (Cover: Francis H. Taylor)
Katharine Hepburn on Time cover, Vol. LX, No. 9 (Sept. 1, 1952)
Dwight D. Eisenhower on Time cover, Vol. LX, No. 19 (Nov. 3, 1952)
Space Pioneer on Time cover, Vol. LX, No. 22 (Dec. 8, 1952)
160) Volume 60 of Life Magazine (1st issue: Nov. 23, 1936)
runs from Jan. 7, 1966, LX, No. 1
(Cover: James Bond in 'Thunderball': Sean Connery as Agent 007)
to June 24, 1966, LX, No. 25 (Cover: Doctors and the Rx Scandal)
Louis Armstrong on Life cover, Vol. LX, No. 15 (April 15, 1966)
161) Volume 60 of the Dictionary of Literary Biography
is titled "Canadian Writers Since 1960: Second Series"
Edited by W. H. New, Gale Research, Detroit, 1987
The 81 entries include: Louky Bersianik, Carol Bolt, Fred Cogswell, Gary Geddes,
Dave Godfrey, Jack Hodgins, Harold Horwood, Michele Lalonde, Jovette Marchessault,
Bharati Mukherjee, Michael Ondaatje, Sheila Watson.
60 in Art, Music, Film
162) Woodblock Print 60
of 100 Views of Edo (1856-1858)
by Japanese painter & printmaker
Ando Hiroshige (1797-1858)
is titled "Mouth of the Naka River"
showing a dozen boats. trees
and mountains in the horizon.
163) 60"x60" is the dimension of
Untitled L (1997-1998) and Untitled M (1998),
two acrylic paintings by Robert Slutzky (1929-2005).
His abstract compositions of vividly colored squares, grids and lines
arranged in perfect geometric balance were a kind of two-dimensional
architecture, reflecting the influence of Mondrian and Josef Albers.
164) Krishna Print #60 shows "Lord Krishna & Sri Sri Radha on a boat ride"
from the Krishna Darshan Art Gallery featuring 122 paintings of Lord Krishna.
165) Johann Sebastian Bach's Church Cantata #60 was written Nov. 7, 1723.
(O Ewigkeit, du Donnerwort), dialogue, Trinity XXIV;
[New Grove Dictionary of Music & Musicians, Vol. 1 (1980), p. 820]
166) Joseph Haydn's Symphony #60 in C (1774) "Il distrato",
2 oboes, 2 horns (2 trumpets), timpani, & strings
[New Grove Dictionary of Music & Musicians, Vol. 8 (1980), p. 372]
167) George Frederic Handel's Keyboard #60 in C "Fantasia" (published 1732, The Ladys Banquet)
[New Grove Dictionary of Music & Musicians, Vol. 8 (1980), p. 133]
168) Beethoven's Opus #60 is Symphony #4 in Bb (Composed 1806; Performed March 1807)
It was dedicated to Count Franz von Oppersdorff
[New Grove Dictionary of Music & Musicians, Vol. 2 (1980), p. 394]
169) Felix Mendelssohn's Opus #60 is Secular Cantatas,
"Die erste Walpurgisnacht" (Goethe), cantata, chorus, orchestra
(Feb. 13, 1832), performed Berlin, Jan. 1833; rev. performed Leipzig, Feb. 2, 1843.
[New Grove Dictionary of Music & Musicians, Vol. 12 (1980), p. 155]
170) Frederic Chopin's Opus #60 is Four Mazurkas f#, c#, E, eb 1830 (Leipzig 1832)
[New Grove Dictionary of Music & Musicians, Vol. 4 (1980), p. 308]
171) Franz Schubert's D #60 (W. Dürr, 1978), Male voices (Composed Oct. 3, 1813; Published 1892)
"Hier umarmen sich getreue Gatten" (Schiller text)
[New Grove Dictionary of Music & Musicians, Vol. 16 (1980), p. 781]
172) Johannes Brahms' Opus #60 is Piano Quartet, No. 3 in C (Composed 1855-75); original in C#
Published 1875, first performed Ziegelhausen, near Heidelberg, Nov. 18, 1875
[New Grove Dictionary of Music & Musicians, Vol. 3 (1980), p. 174]
173) Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky's Opus #60 is "Twelve Songs" (Aug. 31-Sept. 20, 1886)
Last night, I'll tell you nothing, O if only you knew, The nightingale, Simple words,
Frenzied nights, Gypsy's song, Forgive, Night, Behind the window is the shadow,
Exploit, The mild stars shone for us, (Words for music)

[New Grove Dictionary of Music & Musicians, Vol. 18 (1980), p. 634]
174) Jean Sibelius's Opus #60 for Stage: Twelfth Night (2 songs, Shakespeare)
1 violin, guitar/pf 1909 ("Come away, death"), also arranged: 1 violin, harp, strings
("When that I was and a little tiny boy")
[New Grove Dictionary of Music & Musicians, Vol. 17 (1980), p. 287]
175) Sixty Glorious Years is a English movie (1938)
presented by Imperator Film Productions. It was released
in the United States under the title Queen of Destiny
by RKO Radio Pictures. Directed by Herbert Wilcox.
Screenplay by Miles Malleson & Sir Robert Vansittart.
The film is about Queen Victoria starring Anna Neagle.
Prince Albert was played by Anton Walbrook.
Richard Bertrand Dimmitt, A Title Guide to the Talkies (1965), p. 1579
176) 60th Motion Picture Academy Awards (Oscars) in 1987:
Best Picture: The Last Emperor, MGM
Best Director: Bernardo Bertolucci, The Last Emperor
Best Actor: Michael Douglas, Wall Street
Best Actress: Cher, Moonstruck
Supporting Actor: Sean Connery, The Untouchables
Supporting Actress: Olympia Dukakis, Moonstruck
The World Almanac and Book of Facts (2005), p. 329
60th Ranking in Lists
177) 98.5WNCX, Cleveland's Classic Rock radio station has ranked the Top 98 LP albums
Rush's 2112 (1976) was selected as the 60th Greatest LP.
(#1. Pink Floyd, "Dark Side of the Moon", #2. "Led Zepplin 4", #3. Beatles, "White Album")
178) Rolling Stone Magazine's poll of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time
has named Al Green's Let's Stay Together (1971) as the 60th Greatest Song.
(#1. Bob Dylan "Like a Rolling Stone", #2. Rolling Stones "Satisfaction", #3. John Lennon "Imagine")
179) Steven Spielberg's Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) was selected
as the 60th best film in AFI's 100 Years... 100 Movies (1998).
Archeologist and adventurer Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford) is hired
by the US government to find the Ark of the Covenant, before the Nazis.
180) To Have and Have Not (1944) was selected as the 60th best love stories film
in AFI's 100 Years... 100 Passions (2002). Directed by Howard Hawks,
the film starred Humphrey Bogart, Walter Brennan, & Lauren Bacall.
181) The Sixth Sense (1999) was selected as the 60th best thriller film
in AFI's 100 Years... 100 Thrills (2001).
Directed by M. Night Shyamalan, the film starred Bruce Willis & Haley Joel Osment.
182) Topper (1937) was selected as the 60th funniest film
in AFI's 100 Years... 100 Laughs (2000).
Directed by Norman Z. McLeod, the film starred Cary Grant & Constance Bennett.
183) "It Had to Be You" from the film When Harry Met Sally (1989)
was selected as the 60th best song in AFI 100 Years... 100 Songs (2004).
Directed by Rob Reiner; Music & Lyrics: Isham Jones & Gus Kahn.
The film starred Billy Crystal, Meg Ryan, & Carrie Fisher.
Songs performed by Frank Sinatra & Harry Connick, Jr.
184) In the KDFC 2004 Top #100 Classical All-Star Music Poll,
Grieg's Holberg Suite was selected as the 60th musical piece (Aired January, 2005)
(Top pieces: Beethoven's Symphony #9, Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto #2, Bach's Brandenburg Concertos; Top composers: Beethoven, Mozart, Bach;
Top performers: Yo Yo Ma, Itzhak Perlman, Joshua Bell)
185) In the book Sporting News Selects Baseball's 100 Greatest Players (1998),
Joe Morgan of the Cincinnati Reds was ranked the 60th best baseball player of all time.
(#1 Babe Ruth; #2 Willie Mays; #3 Ty Cobb; #4 Walter Johnson)
186) In the book 1,000 Years, 1,000 People: Ranking the Men and Women Who Shaped the Millennium
by Agnes Hooper Gottlieb, Henry Gottlieb, Barbar Bowers, Brent Bowers (1998),
Chu Yüan-chang, the first Ming Emperor, was ranked
the 60th most influential person of the millennium 1001-2000.
(#1 Johannes Gutenberg; #2 Columbus; #3 Martin Luther; #4 Galileo)
187) McGill University was ranked as the 60th largest library (2,994,156 volumes)
in a listing of "The 100 Largest Libraries in the United States" (1999).
(#1 Library of Congress; #2 Harvard University;
#3 New York Public Library; #4 Yale University)
2003 Listing: #60 State University of New York-Buffalo (3,330,476 volumes)
(#1 Library of Congress; #2 Harvard University; #3 Boston Public Library; #4 Yale University)
188) In Martin Seymour-Smith's book The 100 Most Influential Books Ever Written:
The History of Thought from Ancient Times to Today
Immanuel Kant's Critique of Pure Reason (1781)
was listed as the 60th book in chronological order
among the 100 most influential books in the history of thought.
189) In Henry Miller's The Books in My Life (1969), Arthur Machen's
The Hill of Dreams was listed as the 60th book in author alphabetical order
among the 100 most influential books that Henry Miller has read.
191) In The Internet Top 100 Science Fiction/Fantasy List (July 6, 2003)
Player of Games by Iain M. Banks was ranked as the 60th most popular book.
(#1 George R. Martin, A Song of Ice & Fire; #2 J.R.R. Tolkien, Lord of the Rings; #3 Lois M. Bujold, Vorkosigan Series)
192) Alexandria, Egypt was ranked as the 60th most populous city (3,995,000)
in Top 100 Cities of the World— ranked by population.
(#1 Tokyo, Japan; #2 Mexico City, Mexico; #3 Mumbai, India; #4 Sáo Paulo, Brazil)
193) Madagascar was ranked as the 60th most populous country (15,294,535)
in Top 100 Countries of the World— ranked by population.
(#1 China; #2 India; #3 United States; #4 Indonesia; #5 Brazil)
194) "So" was ranked as the 60th most used English word
in The First 100 Most Commonly Used English Words from
The Reading Teacher's Book of Lists (4th Ed., 2000)
by Edward Bernard Fry, Jacqueline E. Kress, & Dona Lee Fountoukidis
(#1 the, #2 of, #3 and, #4 a, #5 to, #6 in, #7 is, #8 you, #9 that, #10 it)
In a survey of The 500 Most Commonly Used Words in English
"then" was ranked as the 60th most commonly used English word.
195) In The Modern Library 100 Best Novels (2003).
Board's List 80th best novel: Walker Percy's The Moviegoer
(#1 James Joyce, Ulysses; #2 F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby)
Reader's List 80th best novel: Charles de Lint's The Little Country
(#1 Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged; #2 L. Ron Hubbard, Dianetics)
196) In The Modern Library 100 Best Nonfiction (2003).
Board's List 60th best nonfiction: William Carlos Williams's In the American Grain
(#1 Henry Adams, Education of Henry Adams; #2 William James, Varieties of Religious Experience)
Reader's List 60th best nonfiction: Mary Ruwart's Healing Our World
(#1 Ayn Rand, Virtue of Selfishness; #2 Ayn Rand, The Fountainhead)
197) 60th best-loved novel is Fyodor Dostoyevsky's Crime And Punishment
in BBC's Big Read: Top 100 (April 2003).
(#1 JRR Tolkien, Lord of the Rings; #2 Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice)
198) 60th most popular book downloaded
is Mabel C. Hawley's Four Little Blossoms on Apple Tree Island
in Project Gutenberg's Top 100 (1-22-2005).
(#1 Notebooks of Leonardo; #2 Sun Tzu, Art of War;
#3 Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Adventures of Sherlock Holmes; #4 James Joyce, Ulysses)
199) Jack Welch's Winning was the 60th most popular book
in Amazon.com's Top 100 Sellers (August 2, 2005)
#59 Nick Hornby, A Long Way Down
#61 Erik Larson, The Devil in the White City
[#1 J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (Book 6)]
200) Sweden was ranked as the 60th country favored by tourists
with 731,000 visitors in Tourist Arrivals
(#1 France; #2 United States; #3 Spain; #4 Italy; #5 Hungary)
George Thomas Kurian, The Illustrated Book of World Rankings,
Sharpe Reference, Armonk, NY, 1997, p. 211
201) Thomas was ranked as the 60th most popular web site
in Web 100: Top 100 by web100.com
(#1 CNET; #2 Shutterfly; #3 ESPN.com; #4 National Geographic Online)
60 in the Bible
202) 60th word of the King James Version of the Bible's Old Testament Genesis = and
1: In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.
2: And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep.
    And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.
3: And God said, Let there be light: and there was light.
4: And God saw the light, that it was good: and God divided the light from the darkness.

Genesis I.1-4 (1611)
203) 60 occurs in the Bible 29 times and 12 times as part of other numbers:
and Isaac was 60 years old when she [Rebekah] bare twins Esau and Jacob.
Genesis, 25.26
the sacrifice of the peace offerings... the rams 60, the he goats B>60,
the lambs of the first year B>60. This was the dedication of the altar...

Numbers, 7.88
60 great cities with walls and brazen bars
I Kings, 4.13
60 men of the people of the land that were found in the city
II. Kings, 25.19
Solomon was instructed for the building of the house of God. The length by
cubits after the first masure was 60 cubits, and the breadth 20 cubits.

II. Chronicles, 3.3
King Cyrus built the house of God at Jerusalem: the height 60 cubits
and the breadth 60 cubits
Ezra, 6.3
Behold Solomon's bed: 60 valiant men are about it, of the valiant of Israel.
Song of Solomon, 3.7
There are 60 queens, and 80 concubines, and virgins without number.
Song of Solomon, 6.8
He made also posts of 60 cubits, even unto the post
of the court round about the gate.

Ezekiel, 40.14
Nebuchadnezzar the King made an image of gold, whose height was 60 cubits,
and the breadth six cubits.

Daniel, 3.1
But other fell into good ground, and brought forth fruit,
some an hundredfold, some sixtyfold, some thirtyfold.

Matthew, 13.8
The Complete Concordance to the Bible (New King James Version)
Thomas Nelson Publishers, Nashville, TN (1983), p. 889
204) In the 60th Psalm, David seeks God's help to vanquish his enemies:
God hath spoken in his holiness; I will rejoice,
I will divide Shechem, and mete out the valley of Succoth.
Through God we shall do valiantly: for he it is
that shall tread down our enemies.

Psalms 60.6, 60.12
205) In Isaiah Chapter 60, God gives light to the righteous:
Arise, shine; for thy light is come,
    and the glory of the LORD is risen upon thee.
The sun shall be no more thy light by day; neither for brightness
    shall the moon give light unto thee: but the LORD shall be
    unto thee an everlasting light, and thy God thy glory.
A little one shall become a thousand, and a small one a strong nation:
    I the LORD will hasten it in his time.

Isaiah 60.1, 60.19 60.22
206) Verse 60 of Genesis Chapter 24
And they blessed Rebekah, and said unto her, Thou art our sister, be thou the mother
of thousands of millions, and let thy seed possess the gate of those which hate them.
Genesis, 24.60 (1739 B.C.)
207) Verse 60 of Matthew Chapter 26:
But found none: yea, though many false witnesses came, yet found they none.
At the last came two false witnesses.

Matthew, 26.60 (31 A.D.)
208) Verse 60 of Matthew Chapter 27:
And laid it in his own new tomb, which he had hewn out in the rock:
and he rolled a great stone to the door of the sepulchre, and departed.

Matthew, 27.60 (31 A.D.)
209) Verse 60 of Mark.
And the high priest stood up in the midst, and asked Jesus, saying,
Answerest thou nothing? what is it which these witness against thee?
Mark, 14.60 (31 A.D.)
210) Verse 60 of Luke Chapter 1:
And his mother answered and said, Not so; but he shall be called John..
Luke, 1.60 (31 A.D.)
211) Verse 60 of Luke Chapter 9:
Jesus said unto him. Let the dead bury their dead;
but go thou and preach the kingdom of God.
Luke, 9.60 (31 A.D.)
212) Verse 60 of Luke Chapter 22:
Jesus said unto him. Let the dead bury their dead;
but go thou and preach the kingdom of God.
Luke, 22.60 (31 A.D.)
213) Verse 60 of John Chapter 6:
Many therefore of his disciples, when they had heard this,

said, This is an hard saying; who can hear it?
John, 6.60 (31 A.D.)
214) There are 60 verses in The Acts of the Apostles.
Verse 60 of The Acts of the Apostles:
And he kneeled down, and cried with a loud voice, Lord, lay not this sin
to their charge. And when he had said this, he fell asleep.
The Acts 7.60 (62 A.D.)
215) A Fragment of the Book of Noah in the 60th Book of Enoch:
And the spirit of the snow has forsaken his chambers on account
of his strength— There is a special spirit therein, and
that which ascends from it is like smoke, and its name is frost.

Book of Enoch 60.18 (circa 105 BC-64 BC)
216) Chapter 60 in the First Book of Pistis Sophia (circa 150 A.D.):
Jesus however continued with the discourse: "... but I was above the Chaos— another light-power also came forth from me, in order to help the Pistis Sophia. And the light-power which came forth from the height through the First Mystery came down upon the light-power which came forth from me. And they met one another and became a great outpouring of light." Now when Jesus had said these things to his disciples he said: "Do you understand the manner in which I am speaking with you?" Mariam sprang up, she said: "My Lord, I understand what thou dost say. Concerning the interpretation of these words, thy light-power once prophesied through David in the 84th Psalm, saying:
10. 'Mercy and truth have met one another, and righteousness and peace have kissed one another.
11. Truth has sprouted from the earth and righteousness has looked forth from heaven.'
Now mercy is the light-power which came forth through the First Mystery, for the First Mystery, heard the Pistis Sophia, and had mercy on her in all her afflictions. Truth, on the other hand, is the power which came forth from thee, because thou didst fulfill the truth that thou shouldst save her (the Pistis Sophia) from the Chaos. And furthermore, righteousness is the power which came forth through the First Mystery, which will guide the Pistis Sophia. And again peace is the power which came forth from thee, because it will go into the emanations of the Authades and take away from them the lights which they took from the Pistis Sophia; that is, thou dost gather them within the Sophia and dost make them to be at peace with her power.
Truth, on the other hand, is the power which came forth from thee when thou wast in the lower places of the Chaos. Concerning this, thy power spoke through David thus: 'Truth has sprouted from the earth', because thou wast in the lower places of the Chaos. Righteousness, on the other hand, which looked forth from heaven, is the power which came forth from the height, through the First Mystery, and which entered into the Sophia.".
Pistis Sophia, Chapter 60
(Translated by Violet MacDermott, Edited by Carl Schmidt,
Nag Hammadi Studies, IX: Pistis Sophia, E. J. Brill, Leiden, 1978, pp. 237-241)
217) In Chapter 60 of The Aquarian Gospel, Jesus addresses the seven sages and goes to Galilee.
  6. The words I speak are not my own; they are the words of him whose will I do.
17. And in the name of God, our Father-God, the kingdom of the soul
      shall be established on the seven hills.
18. And all the peoples, tribes and tongues of earth shall enter in.
19. The Prince of Peace will take his seat upon the throne of power;
      the Triune God will then be All in All.
20. And all the sages said, Amen.
21. And Jesus went his way, and after many days, he reached Jerusalem;
      and then he sought his home in Galilee.

The Aquarian Gospel of Jesus the Christ, Chapter 60
Transcribed from the Akashic Records by Levi H. Dowling
DeVorss & Co., Santa Monica, CA, 1908, Reset 1964, p. 65

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