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The assumption behind our four-page chronology is that this pope will be with us for some time.
A Spenser Chronology is a valuable reference guide which presents a canonical English poet in a different light.
Thus the main study of him comes towards the end of the book, in chapters 5-6, and the earlier chapters take up the various themes and problem areas of Christian primordial chronology and the response given to these by a series of writers: Julius Africanus, Eusebius, Panodorus, and Annianus are the chief before Syncellus himself.
12) On the other hand, the Chronology and Genealogy were apparently late additions: neither forms part of the surviving holograph manuscript, the typescript setting copy, or even the corrected galleys,(13) and it is tempting to think that the Chronology at least was inserted at the last-minute insistence of Faulkner's Random House editors, who had from the start found the novel peculiarly impenetrable.
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They then combined their radiocarbon data with historical information about the order and length of each king's reign to make a complete chronology of ancient Egyptian dynasties.
Against the pull of the hero-centered biopic, the camera stops and, for a parenthetical moment, the chronology and centrality of Malcolm is ruptured.
I call this "ecclesiastical whiplash"--when the chronology of our lectionary doesn't match the chronology of the originals, or of the narrative.
The remaining 18 contributions are arranged in more or less chronological order, beginning with the work on biblical chronology in the 1660's and ending with the radiometric dating chronologies of the present day.
TH: To what extent has Richter manipulated the chronology of his work In order to create a particular Impression of how It evolved?
In constructing this argument and chronology, Cohn reinforces various hallmarks of his prolific work: the reliance on statistical analysis of serial records as the primary evidence; the search for critical turning points within long-term structures of politics, mentalities, and demographic regimes; an interest in geographical place as a key determinant of historical experience; and the ability to think outside the box of conventional historical interpretation.