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n the arrangement of events in a time sequence, usually from the beginning to the end of an event.
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The important statement for the chronologist is Willoughby's "I did myself the honour of calling in Berkeley-street last Tuesday.
Eade convincingly demonstrates that Southeast Asian chronologists employed a distinctive set of complex mathematical formulae and rules which allowed them to establish the date of the New Year each year, and maintain a progression of years that averaged exactly 365.
Aardsma, "The Age of the Earth, Virtual History, and Hebrews 11:3," The Biblical Chronologist 8, no.
Turning to the general issue of needs for the future: above all, good chronology spanning the deep-to-recent past is demanded of the chronologist, but advances in this direction could also usefully be met by a withdrawal by the archaeologist from the perception that only Pleistocene dates are `good' dates--to Indigenous Australians, the recent past is often of much greater interest than `deep time', but has been frequently overlooked by archaeological/scientific investigation.
We are not querying the celebrations but the year these are intended to be held, which is a year too soon, as any chronologist could confirm.
Quarles obtained the post of chronologist to London in 1640 and virtually abandoned poetry to employ his pen more lucratively.
As such, historians, thanks to chronologists, can pinpoint the general time frames of various medieval battles, and then use those dates to support theories, just as Strickland has done.