chronology

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  • However, these are not worked into connected history and settled chronology so far.
  • These are ordered by chronology rather than by their appearance in the books.
  • The date information in the following chronology is difficult to put into proper order.
  • A table of historical events by their different chronologies is shown below.
  • Direct reading of tree ring chronologies is a learned science, for several reasons.
  • However, the events that take place in the book are placed in the middle of the series chronology.
  • However, in the in-game chronology, the towns were named after the characters.
  • The short chronology used in this article is the one most commonly used today by scholars.
  • Given the lack of surviving dates, no chronology for his career has yet been created.
  • So back out he went, for a group of shows that the official chronology does not even attempt to label.
  • None of the other various chronologies would make any material difference in these calculations. Cited from Evolution Of Man Scientifically Disproved,Williams
  • The following is a brief chronology of the future as seen by the author.
  • He would often change the storyline and chronology of the film to match recent events in his life.
  • For the next fifty years, this chronology was regarded by most scholars as being most likely.
  • These two volumes are of interest to critics of chronology and written history.
  • It is one of the most important bases for our knowledge of ancient chronology.
  • There are a number of ways that subsequent works can be related to the chronology of the original.
  • His main interest was the relative chronology of Roman and early medieval times.
  • While not the first novel of the series to be published, it is first in plot chronology.
  • Many of the changes have involved biblical chronology that had earlier been claimed as beyond question.
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Meaning of chronology

  • noun An arrangement of events in time
  • noun A record of events in the order of their occurrence
  • noun The determination of the actual temporal sequence of past events