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  • Info Annals are a concise form of historical representation which record events chronologically, year by year. more...
  • Nothing is recorded of him in the annals other than his death date.
  • Both of them were based upon earlier annals, yet those are now lost.
  • There are still several families in the area who were recorded in those annals.
  • According to the imperial annals, he took his own life with his own iron sword.
  • All annals include material derived from other sources, or added at a later date.
  • His record of the later years consists more of notes or annals.
  • The child certainly did not live long enough to feature in any other annals if he existed at all.
  • He is known only from his death notice in the Irish annals.
  • If the chronicles deal with events year by year, they are often called annals.
  • However, an alternative account found elsewhere in the Annals offers a different story.
  • The project found the band reaching into the dark annals of its hometown's history.
  • It has also been seeking to promote scientific research in various annals of knowledge, theory and application.
  • They appeared in the historical annals at the beginning of the 14th century.
  • Their story is "the short and simple annals of the poor."
  • The word fasti thus came to be used in the general sense of annals or historical records.
  • For this reason, the stem-branches week is always used to mark date in the annals.
  • A long series of novels dealing with the annals of the police court followed, and proved very popular.
  • It is divided into two parts, the first containing the annals of Jewish history, the second those of general history.
  • The late Annals of the Four Masters provide a long account of the events.
  • The family appears in the historical annals beginning in the 15th century.
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Meaning of annals

  • noun Reports of the work of a society or learned body etc
  • noun A chronological account of events in successive years