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FASCINATING CHRONICLE
BRIEF CHRONICLE
GIOVANNI VILLANI
KAZAN CHRONICLE
NARRATIVE HISTORY
HISTORIA BRITONUM
JUNE 1555
BICLARUM
HYPATIAN CODEX
DANISH CHRONICON LETHRENSE
PETERBOROUGH CHRONICLE
ALBANS
STROGANOV CHRONICLE
REMEZOV CHRONICLE
WAPSHOT CHRONICLE
EVENING CHRONICLE
BYZANTINE CHRONICLE
TSUBASA RESERVOIR CHRONICLE
MARIANUS SCOTUS
FREDEGAR
CHAOTIC CHRONICLE
DEFINITIVE CHRONICLE
MOREA
CHRONICLE BOOKS
POLISH CHRONICLE
GREAT CHRONICLE
MIDWEEK CHRONICLE
DECCAN CHRONICLE
AUGUSTA CHRONICLE
MORNING CHRONICLE
RUSSIAN PRIMARY CHRONICLE
ASSYRIAN CHRONICLE
BABYLONIAN CHRONICLE
DAILY CHRONICLE
PARIAN CHRONICLE
ANGLO SAXON CHRONICLE
SAXON CHRONICLE
DARKSTALKERS CHRONICLE
BOZEMAN DAILY CHRONICLE
AUSTIN CHRONICLE
JEWISH CHRONICLE
IRISH ANNALS
ANGLO-SAXON CHRONICLE
SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE
ROBERT
GREEK
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Definitions

  1. This chronicle is part of a group of documents known as the Babylonian Chronicles which recorded major events in the history of Babylon. (Web site)
  2. The chronicle was written as a literary work based on similar western chronicles which were fashionable at that time.
  3. A chronicle, a continuation of the Mahavamsa, describes this decline. (Web site)
  4. The chronicle is based in large part on material which already existed at St. Albans. (Web site)
  5. The Chronicle is a daily newspaper in Muskegon, Michigan owned by Booth Newspapers. (Web site)

Fascinating Chronicle

  1. Boyer and Merzbach distill thousands of years of mathematics into this fascinating chronicle.

Brief Chronicle

  1. The history of the Jews in Turkey in the eighteenth century is principally a very brief chronicle of misfortunes. (Web site)

Giovanni Villani

  1. Matteo was the brother of Giovanni Villani, and continued the chronicle up to 1363.

Kazan Chronicle

  1. It should also be noted that Khans of Kazan were mentioned in Russian chronicles such as Kazan Chronicle as Tsars of Kazan.

Narrative History

  1. The Fragmentary Annals of Ireland are a Middle Irish combination of chronicle from various Irish annals and narrative history. (Web site)

Historia Britonum

  1. Wecta is mentioned in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle and the Historia Britonum, and was a Jutish chieftain.

June 1555

  1. The Oxford manuscript was copied in Paphos in June 1555, according to an additional paragraph after the end of the chronicle.

Biclarum

  1. The first known Bishop of Elne is Dominus, mentioned in 571 in the Chronicle of John of Biclarum.

Hypatian Codex

  1. Most comprehensive records about Halych are found in the Hypatian Codex of the Primary Chronicle. (Web site)

Danish Chronicon Lethrense

  1. The chronicle which departs most from the Prose Edda is the Danish Chronicon Lethrense (and the included Annales Lundenses).

Peterborough Chronicle

  1. The initial page of the Peterborough Chronicle, likely scribed around 1150, is one of the major sources of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle.

Albans

  1. 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. (Web site)

Stroganov Chronicle

  1. The Stroganov Chronicle tells in great detail about the events of the early stage of the annexation of Siberia in favor of Russia. (Web site)

Remezov Chronicle

  1. It was partially included in one of the Siberian Chronicles known as the Remezov Chronicle.
  2. The Remezov chronicle, written about 1700, is illustrated with 154 pen and ink drawings.

Wapshot Chronicle

  1. When The Wapshot Chronicle was published in 1957, John Cheever was already recognized as a writer of superb short stories. (Web site)

Evening Chronicle

  1. Firms see the light by Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England) officially Kingdom of Sweden, constitutional monarchy (2005 est.

Byzantine Chronicle

  1. 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. (Web site)

Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle

  1. There was a time when I totally gave up on Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle.
  2. The Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle is quite developed and the characters also have a lot of history too lengthy to summarize in this review. (Web site)

Marianus Scotus

  1. The chronological framework of the Chronicon was provided by the chronicle of Marianus Scotus.

Fredegar

  1. The Chronicle of Fredegar is a chronicle that recounts the events of Frankish Gaul from 584 to around 641.

Chaotic Chronicle

  1. 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.

Definitive Chronicle

  1. No historian has written a more definitive chronicle of that disaster than Alistair Horne, or one so emotionally gripping. (Web site)

Morea

  1. The Prinicipality produced the Chronicle of Morea, a valuable history of the Crusader States in Greece.

Chronicle Books

  1. His cartoons have been collected and published by Fantagraphics Books, Black Eye Press, Chronicle Books and others. (Web site)

Polish Chronicle

  1. Kobza was first mentioned in a Polish chronicle in 1313, having been introduced into the Ukrainian language sometime in the 12 - 13th century. (Web site)

Great Chronicle

  1. Mahavamsa -The Mahavamsa ("Great Chronicle") is a historical poem written in the Pali language, of the kings of Sri Lanka.

Midweek Chronicle

  1. The Midweek Chronicle no longer allows readers to advertise small items for sale free of charge, which the Chester Mail did.

Deccan Chronicle

  1. The Deccan Chronicle is an English language newspaper simultaneously published in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Tamilnadu in India. (Web site)

Augusta Chronicle

  1. The Augusta Chronicle is probably the newspaper to watch for more precious information on James Brown, including write-ups about his legal troubles.

Morning Chronicle

  1. Sales of the Morning Chronicle gradually increased and by 1810 the newspaper had a circulation of 7,000. (Web site)

Russian Primary Chronicle

  1. As Berestye it was first mentioned in the Russian Primary Chronicle in 1019 as a town in Kievan Rus.
  2. 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. (Web site)
  3. The Russian Primary Chronicle is a major work with many valuable references to pagan beliefs of Eastern Slavs. (Web site)

Assyrian Chronicle

  1. The Assyrian Chronicle has "in the land" for 712, that is, there was no campaign in that year. (Web site)
  2. 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. (Web site)

Babylonian Chronicle

  1. 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.

Daily Chronicle

  1. The Daily Chronicle is a newspaper which covers DeKalb County in northern Illinois.
  2. The comments below are from readers of daily-chronicle.com and in no way represent the views of the Daily Chronicle or Shaw Newspapers. (Web site)

Parian Chronicle

  1. The history of Greece was once recorded in the Parian Chronicle, carved in marble of course.

Anglo Saxon Chronicle

  1. 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.

Saxon Chronicle

  1. 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).
  2. There are also some parts of his work, almost literally transcribed by Bede, which confirm the brief statements of the "Saxon Chronicle" (7).
  3. Florence of Worcester, an interpolator of Marianus, as we before observed, closely follows Bede, Asser, and the "Saxon Chronicle" (24).

Darkstalkers Chronicle

  1. Overall it was a superb looking game at the time and was the definitive version of Darkstalkers (until Darkstalkers Chronicle: The Chaos Tower).
  2. Tatsuya Minami talks about the US version of Darkstalkers Chronicle, as well as Capcom's future plans for the PSP in this interview.

Bozeman Daily Chronicle

  1. This article was published in the monthly insert "At Home" in the Bozeman Daily Chronicle, June 29, 2002. (Web site)

Austin Chronicle

  1. Austin Chronicle is a newspaper in Austin, Texas, USA covering local events and entertainment.

Jewish Chronicle

  1. Unfortunately, The Jewish Chronicle failed to make this effort.
  2. The Jewish Chronicle is a highly regarded newspaper.

Irish Annals

  1. Other presumed early materials include the Irish annals, which contain records from the Chronicle of Ireland. (Web site)

Anglo-Saxon Chronicle

  1. For narrative history the principal sources are the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle and the Irish annals.
  2. 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. (Web site)
  3. Chronicles contained a range of historical and literary accounts, for example: Historia ecclesiastica gentis Anglorum by Bede and the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. (Web site)

San Francisco Chronicle

  1. The San Francisco Chronicle sent a young reporter, Stanton Delaplane, to cover the events.
  2. Art Hoppe (1926 - February 1, 2000) was a popular columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle for more than 40 years.
  3. Fiore took home the editorial cartooning prize for animations he created for SFGate, the website for the San Francisco Chronicle.

Robert

  1. The chronicle of Robert the Monk is one of several versions of Urban's address.
  2. 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.

Greek

  1. The Chronicle of Morea appeared in both French and Greek (and later Italian and Aragonese) versions. (Web site)

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