chronology


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
The use of sources like Enoch and Jubilees helped to make this fit into a scheme of world chronology, with an age |without kings' followed by a monarchical age.
David Paul Ragan's independently constructed Chronology (pp.
For the most part, the new chronology simply narrows down the various historical scenarios that researchers have been considering for ancient Egypt.
But in Baldwin's "scenario" there is no post-saved present orientation in a "tripartite" chronology that can discard Sophia as a remnant of a cast-off past.
We have had a very skewed perspective; part of what a Richter retrospective should do and what I'm trying to do by insisting on chronology is simply to remind viewers that if you don't pay attention to how things actually unfold in time, you won't understand their relation to other things you take for granted.
The first item in the Chronology is the March 1971 brief from the Edmonton women, the second itemizes recommendations on Women in the Church and Women in Society which, among other things, ask for the ordination of women to the ministry, and the establishment of family planning clinics.
Even notes referring to personal diaries or diplomatic correspondence would have helped to ground the text, anchoring it in a chronology that revealed perspectives and interpretations at the time.
Malone's "An Attempt to Ascertain the Order in Which the Plays of Shakespeare Were Written" (1778), the first such chronology, and his three supplemental volumes (1780-83) to the Johnson-Steevens edition of Shakespeare, containing apocryphal plays, textual emendations, and the first critical edition of the sonnets, are landmarks in Shakespearean studies.
We are confident that the Perry Ellis Chronology watch collection will exemplify the quality and value that the customer has come to know and trust from Perry Ellis(R).
Reconstructing the chronology of the injuries that affected "Otzi, the Glacier Man," the research team claims that he did survive an arrow wound in his back, but died shortly after receiving a blow to the back with a blunt object.
Romanian armed forces colonel Calin Hentea presents Brief Romanian Military History, a concise chronology and summary of conflicts in Romania from the 6th Century BC to the modern day.