chroniclers in English
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1. Even satirists and chroniclers.
2. Yet the memoirs of these survivors, their dirge, is rarely inscribed in the chroniclers' sentimental journeys.
3. But these wave-chroniclers, these Xenophons of the surf, often went about masquerading as prophets.
4. Confirming what the old chroniclers said, your host will tell you that his ancestors lived by hunting and fishing.
5. Later chroniclers attempted to compile this information into histories of the Empire, and some ventured to make lists of reigning Emperors.
6. 10 Later chroniclers attempted to compile this information into histories of the Empire,[www.Sentencedict.com] and some ventured to make lists of reigning Emperors.
7. He held "Round Table" events in 1284 and 1302, involving tournaments and feasting, and chroniclers compared him and the events at his court to Arthur.
8. The first documented record of the island of Dageida was made by contemporary chroniclers in 1228, when Hiiumaa and the rest of Estonia were conquered by Germanic crusaders.
9. Donaldson admits to a paucity of knowledge (at the time that he was writing) regarding Robert's reign and accepts that the early chroniclers writing near to his reign found little to criticise.
10. Late 19th-century historians used a range of sources from contemporary chroniclers to assemble an account of the uprising, and these were supplemented in the 20th century by research using court records and local archives.
11. Why should they accept it when its results flatly contradict a Biblical chronology that has been maintained by scrupulous chroniclers and protected by divine supervision, that has stood the tests of both historical and prophetic accuracy, for thousands of years?