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- This chronicle is part of a group of documents known as the Babylonian Chronicles which recorded major events in the history of Babylon.
- The chronicle was written as a literary work based on similar western chronicles which were fashionable at that time.
- A chronicle, a continuation of the Mahavamsa, describes this decline.
- The chronicle is based in large part on material which already existed at St. Albans.
- The Chronicle is a daily newspaper in Muskegon, Michigan owned by Booth Newspapers.
- Boyer and Merzbach distill thousands of years of mathematics into this fascinating chronicle.
- The history of the Jews in Turkey in the eighteenth century is principally a very brief chronicle of misfortunes.
- Matteo was the brother of Giovanni Villani, and continued the chronicle up to 1363.
- It should also be noted that Khans of Kazan were mentioned in Russian chronicles such as Kazan Chronicle as Tsars of Kazan.
- The Fragmentary Annals of Ireland are a Middle Irish combination of chronicle from various Irish annals and narrative history.
- Wecta is mentioned in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle and the Historia Britonum, and was a Jutish chieftain.
- The Oxford manuscript was copied in Paphos in June 1555, according to an additional paragraph after the end of the chronicle.
- The first known Bishop of Elne is Dominus, mentioned in 571 in the Chronicle of John of Biclarum.
- Most comprehensive records about Halych are found in the Hypatian Codex of the Primary Chronicle.
- The chronicle which departs most from the Prose Edda is the Danish Chronicon Lethrense (and the included Annales Lundenses).
- The initial page of the Peterborough Chronicle, likely scribed around 1150, is one of the major sources of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle.
- The first literary record of such a doomed wanderer is found in the "Flores Historiarum", a chronicle of Roger of Wendover, a monk of St. Albans (d.
- The Stroganov Chronicle tells in great detail about the events of the early stage of the annexation of Siberia in favor of Russia.
- It was partially included in one of the Siberian Chronicles known as the Remezov Chronicle.
- The Remezov chronicle, written about 1700, is illustrated with 154 pen and ink drawings.
- When The Wapshot Chronicle was published in 1957, John Cheever was already recognized as a writer of superb short stories.
- Firms see the light by Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England) officially Kingdom of Sweden, constitutional monarchy (2005 est.
- The high-water mark of the Byzantine chronicle was reached in the ninth century, precisely at a time when there is a gap in historical literature.
- There was a time when I totally gave up on Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle.
- The Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle is quite developed and the characters also have a lot of history too lengthy to summarize in this review.
- The chronological framework of the Chronicon was provided by the chronicle of Marianus Scotus.
- The Chronicle of Fredegar is a chronicle that recounts the events of Frankish Gaul from 584 to around 641.
- The ending of The Chaotic Chronicle marks the beginning of an exciting new chapter in the expanding Lineage II saga, with the launch of The Chaotic Throne.
- No historian has written a more definitive chronicle of that disaster than Alistair Horne, or one so emotionally gripping.
- The Prinicipality produced the Chronicle of Morea, a valuable history of the Crusader States in Greece.
- His cartoons have been collected and published by Fantagraphics Books, Black Eye Press, Chronicle Books and others.
- Kobza was first mentioned in a Polish chronicle in 1313, having been introduced into the Ukrainian language sometime in the 12 - 13th century.
- Mahavamsa -The Mahavamsa ("Great Chronicle") is a historical poem written in the Pali language, of the kings of Sri Lanka.
- The Midweek Chronicle no longer allows readers to advertise small items for sale free of charge, which the Chester Mail did.
- The Deccan Chronicle is an English language newspaper simultaneously published in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Tamilnadu in India.
- The Augusta Chronicle is probably the newspaper to watch for more precious information on James Brown, including write-ups about his legal troubles.
- Sales of the Morning Chronicle gradually increased and by 1810 the newspaper had a circulation of 7,000.
- As Berestye it was first mentioned in the Russian Primary Chronicle in 1019 as a town in Kievan Rus.
- Until recently the authorship of the Russian Primary Chronicle, also known as The Tale of Bygone Years and as the Chronicle of Nestor, was attributed to him.
- The Russian Primary Chronicle is a major work with many valuable references to pagan beliefs of Eastern Slavs.
- The Assyrian Chronicle has "in the land" for 712, that is, there was no campaign in that year.
- As but two of these names are listed in the Assyrian Chronicle, and as each occurs several times, it is impossible to locate them exactly in time.
- The fate of Sinsharishkun is not known, as the section of the Babylonian chronicle in which he is mentioned at the siege of Nineveh is damaged.
- The Daily Chronicle is a newspaper which covers DeKalb County in northern Illinois.
- The comments below are from readers of daily-chronicle.com and in no way represent the views of the Daily Chronicle or Shaw Newspapers.
- The history of Greece was once recorded in the Parian Chronicle, carved in marble of course.
- The town is named as Bregentforda at the time of the Council of Brentford 781 and as 'Bregentforda' and 'Brentforda' in the Anglo Saxon Chronicle of 1016.
- Gibson himself was so convinced of this, that he afterwards attributes to the "Saxon Chronicle" all the knowledge we have of those early times (15).
- There are also some parts of his work, almost literally transcribed by Bede, which confirm the brief statements of the "Saxon Chronicle" (7).
- Florence of Worcester, an interpolator of Marianus, as we before observed, closely follows Bede, Asser, and the "Saxon Chronicle" (24).
- Overall it was a superb looking game at the time and was the definitive version of Darkstalkers (until Darkstalkers Chronicle: The Chaos Tower).
- Tatsuya Minami talks about the US version of Darkstalkers Chronicle, as well as Capcom's future plans for the PSP in this interview.
- This article was published in the monthly insert "At Home" in the Bozeman Daily Chronicle, June 29, 2002.
- Austin Chronicle is a newspaper in Austin, Texas, USA covering local events and entertainment.
- Unfortunately, The Jewish Chronicle failed to make this effort.
- The Jewish Chronicle is a highly regarded newspaper.
- Other presumed early materials include the Irish annals, which contain records from the Chronicle of Ireland.
- For narrative history the principal sources are the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle and the Irish annals.
- Written by different monastic houses, the various versions of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle offer us a unique picture of the Anglo-Saxons and their world.
- Chronicles contained a range of historical and literary accounts, for example: Historia ecclesiastica gentis Anglorum by Bede and the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle.
- The San Francisco Chronicle sent a young reporter, Stanton Delaplane, to cover the events.
- Art Hoppe (1926 - February 1, 2000) was a popular columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle for more than 40 years.
- Fiore took home the editorial cartooning prize for animations he created for SFGate, the website for the San Francisco Chronicle.
- The chronicle of Robert the Monk is one of several versions of Urban's address.
- Robert Scheer (born 1936) is an American journalist who writes a nationally syndicated op-ed column for the San Francisco Chronicle from a left perspective.
- The Chronicle of Morea appeared in both French and Greek (and later Italian and Aragonese) versions.
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