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The annalist positions the nuns as intercessors for the colony because they attributed the events to God's wrath whereas they could have portrayed it as Providence sparing them from the destruction of their buildings.
Consider what Newfoundland was fifty years ago, and then you may imagine what it will be a century hence." (77) As his incomplete "Memories" and his two lectures on Newfoundland attest, in his final academic endeavours, which were devoted entirely to the history of Newfoundland, Mullock seemed to have summarized all that he had learned from the Franciscan annalists of Spain, Italy, and Ireland and from a lifetime of reading what was closest to his heart: Irish, French, and particularly British historians.
Freud highlights the importance for the annalist to be watchful of their unconscious contents, for bigger comprehension of the patient's psychic functioning (13).
It is only after this that the annalist turns to their sacrilegious treatment of churches and churchmen.
In Mexico City, Chimalpahin was the last of the great annalists, and he was writing only into the 1620s.
Adjudicating between the Gregorian and Hijri calendars used by the lontaraq bilang annalist is difficult.
For 1885-1924, they are years in which prices first appear in the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) listings of The Annalist, Bradstreet's, The Commercial and Financial Chronicle, or The New York Times.
This construction, though common coin among annalists of the late Republic, cannot be historical, as modern historians are agreed; it rests rather upon the desire to connect this bulwark of the liberty of the plebs with a great name from early Republican history.(7) Cicero is not uncritical of this version of events either, but his criticism points in a different direction from that of modern historians: he believes not that this account retrojects provocatio to an earlier period, but rather that it dates provocatio too late; in his view there was already a right of appeal (provocatio) from the decisions of the kings.
The most direct and influential reaction against Rankean historiography was made by a new breed of "social historians" led by French scholars associated with Annales d'Histoire Economique et Sociale (the "Annalist" school).
And I have to admit that there is indeed an irony that it was such a one who recorded and preserved this instance of the true beauty of the Irish heritage: Kevin's story, after all, appears in the writings of Giraldus Cambrensis, one of the people who invaded Ireland in the twelfth century, one whom the Irish-language annalist Geoffrey Keating would call, five hundred years later, "the bull of the herd of those who wrote the false history of Ireland." But even so, I still cannot persuade myself that this manifestation of early Christian civilization should be construed all that simply as a way into whatever is exploitative or barbaric in our history, past and present.
Professor Strohm further argues that texts of any kind will reveal not so much facts or 'the truth' as their role in a wider world within which a writer, whether annalist or poet, seeks to persuade or to demonstrate.
Latin poet and annalist whose lost work, the Annales, was used as a source by the 1st-century-AD historian Pliny the Elder, the 2nd-century biographer Suetonius, and the 4th-century grammarian Diomedes.