chronicle


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a chronological record of past events

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From the Chronicle we learn a great deal about his wars with the Danes, and of how he fought them both by land and by sea.
The Saxon Chronicle, as it extended over many hundred years, was of course written by many different people, and so parts of it are written much better than other parts.
Besides causing the Chronicle to be written, Alfred translated Bede's History into English.
Only by the Chronicle were both prose and poetry kept alive in the English tongue.
Travelers looking for adventure and inspiration will be able to search for their next trip by keyword, location, area of interest, and Chronicle author.
Cooper will be the first female editor in chief in the Chronicle s 150-year history.
Chronicle Reader Offer Chronicle Reader Offer Evening Chronicle Reader Offer Newcastle Then and Now Newcastle Then and Now Newcastle Then and Now Book The city of Newcastle has a rich heritage, which is uniquely reflected in this delightful, 96 page full-colour book.
WORCESTER -The Jewish Chronicle has always been true to its name.
Augustin, 1975), since it contains important chronographic texts not included in Grayson's publication: the Chronicle of the Single Monarchy (= the Sumerian King List), the Assyrian Royal Chronicle (= the Assyrian King List), the Royal Chronicle of Lagas, the Tummal Chronicle, the Eponym Chronicles, and the Chronicle of the Last Kassite Kings and the Kings of Isin.
Aurasma, the world's leading augmented reality platform and, The Austin Chronicle, official Super Sponsor of the South by Southwest Festival (SXSW,) today announced an immersive digital content series that will transform how readers and SXSW attendees engage with the Chronicle's pages.
But the San Francisco Chronicle reported that Melcher, who is white, had gone to the bar looking for Jussara Yip, whom he had known at San Francisco City College.
The Austin Chronicle reported that the briefing cost half a million dollars, but it's unclear who picked up the tab.
Phil Bronstein, executive editor of the San Francisco Chronicle, sparked a national debate when he issued a memo on March 15 stating that city government reporter Rachel Gordon and photographer Liz Mangelsdorf had been taken off the same-sex marriage story after they were married at City Hall.
And, in his informative consideration of printed chronicles and histories, one can read John Stow's account of "Gerrarde the Gyant," as well as about the censorship of Holinshed's Chronicles, Richard Grafton's treatment of Hardyng's Chronicle, and John Selden's perhaps self-consciously disjunctive notes to Drayton's Poly-Olbion.