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a chronological record of past events

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It is, you remember, from one of these chroniclers, Geoffrey of Monmout
The Norman came with sword in hand, bringing in his train the Latin-writing chroniclers.
Would you like to know the opinion of a chronicler of the fourteenth century?
Figueroa, the chronicler of Mendanna's voyage, says, that on the morning the land was descried, when the Spaniards drew near the shore, there sallied forth, in rude progression, about seventy canoes, and at the same time many of the inhabitants (females I presume) made towards the ships by swimming.
The fight within that room, had it had but a competent chronicler, would go down in the annals of Barsoom as a historic memorial to the grim ferocity of her warlike people.
From accounts by chroniclers, Lapu-Lapu was involved in piracy.
It challenges the detractors of this work, aiming to present a truer likeness of Richard III through the eyes of his contemporaries, such as Dominic Mancini and the Crowland chronicler, Polydore Vergil, More, and the earliest Tudor chroniclers, as well as modern research.
Some chroniclers doubted this woman's words because she was only a commoner and anyway, she had form.
In this article, I will glance at existing scholarship on medieval chroniclers who used the structure of their narratives to convey meaning; examine the chaotic local context in which the Fineshade Chronicle was written; and finally analyse the deterioration of the structure of the chronicler's story as he struggled to shape his material into a meaningful historical narrative.
For more than 25 years now, Nigel Blackwell's indomitable four-piece have been the most incisive, acerbic and downright hilarious chroniclers of the minutiae of British life in all its grotty glory.
Some future chroniclers will perhaps understand whether Gruevski and Papandreou were truly close to reaching a solution or Greece in this crisis too, diplomatically succeeds to impose that the name is an unsolved issue because the Macedonian side did not yield in time, Kostovska stresses.
Watkins avoids such dead ends by demonstrating the sophistication and diversity of views among the English chroniclers.
One of the great young chroniclers of the dirty city, and an AR columnist to boot (see page 106)
For example, he led a victorious assault on Messina, which "gave the chroniclers an opportunity to laud his knightly valour" (98).
The interviews with Fonteyn's colleagues, family members, and press chroniclers include a virtual who's who of dance in England.