chronography
noun see chronograph

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  • Chronography — Chro*nog ra*phy, n. [Gr. ?. See {Chronograph}.] A description or record of past time; history. [Obs.] Bp. Hall. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • chronography — n. recording of time; measuring of time …   English contemporary dictionary

  • chronography — chro·nog·ra·phy …   English syllables

  • chronography — fē noun ( es) Etymology: Middle French chronographie, from Greek chronographia, from chron + graphia graphy 1. obsolete : a record of past time : history 2 …   Useful english dictionary

  • Chronography of 354 — The title page and Dedication from the Barberini MS. The texts read: Valentinus, may you flourish in God (top), Furius Dionysius Filocalus illustrated this work (in triangles), Valentinus, enjoy reading this (main in placard), on the left… …   Wikipedia

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  • Julius Africanus — • The father of Christian chronography Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Julius Africanus     Julius Africanus     † …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Georgios Synkellos — (griechisch Γεώργιος ὁ Σύγκελλος, auch Georg der Mönch, genannt Synkellos, lateinisch Georgius Syncellus) war ein byzantinischer Mönch und Geschichtsschreiber, der im 8. Jahrhundert lebte und nach 810 verstarb. Georgios lebte als Mönch in… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Johannes Malalas — (Malalas = syrisch für Rhetor; * um 490 in Antiochia am Orontes, Syrien; † nach 570 in Konstantinopel) war ein oströmischer Historiker der ausgehenden Spätantike. Seine früher oft vermutete Identität mit Johannes III. Scholastikos, Patriarch von… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • George Syncellus — (died after 810) was a Byzantine chronicler and ecclesiastic. He had lived many years in Palestine as a monk, and came to Constantinople to fill the important post of syncellus to Tarasius, patriarch of Constantinople. The syncellus served as the …   Wikipedia

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