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ch

(1) Symbol for the obsolete unit “chain”. 
(2) Symbol for the unit “cheval vapeur”.
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Besides causing the Chronicle to be written, Alfred translated Bede's History into English.
Only by the Chronicle were both prose and poetry kept alive in the English tongue.
Geoffrey, a literary and ecclesiastical adventurer looking about for a means of making himself famous, put forth about the year 1136, in Latin, a 'History of the Britons' from the earliest times to the seventh century, in which, imitating the form of the serious chronicles, he combined in cleverly impudent fashion all the adaptable miscellaneous material, fictitious, legendary, or traditional, which he found at hand.
For centuries it was incorporated in outline or in excerpts into almost all the sober chronicles, and what is of much more importance for literature, it was taken up and rehandled in various fashions by very numerous romancers.
In the midst of an institutional media bias against telling the searing truth about Palestine, the Palestine Chronicle is a beacon.
com/about/) Palestine Chronicle online newspaper relaunched its latest and improved English edition on Monday, January 8.
The topics include eyewitness and medieval historical narrative, the vindication of Sancho II in the Cr nica de Castilla: political identity and historiographical reinvention in medieval Castilian chronicles, Tourjours loyal: a Middle Dutch chronicle of Flanders by Jan van Dixmude in 16th-century Ghent, decennovenal reason and unreason in the C-text of Annales Cambriae, and a review of The Chronicle of Amadi translated from the Italian by Nichols Coureas and Peter Edbury.
Newspaper Deliverers Immediate positions available Over 4,500 readers enjoy their copy of The Chronicle through our direct to home delivery service, Chronicle Direct.
Cooper will be the first female editor in chief in the Chronicle s 150-year history.
WORCESTER -The Jewish Chronicle has always been true to its name.
191-96), showing an Easter table from John of Worcester's Chronica chronicarum, three pages from the Winchcombe chronicle (Cotton Tiberius), the opening page from the Coventry chronicle, and the annals for 1185-1188, on a folio of the Coventry chronicle.
One would expect this would be a fruitful period for Chronicle studies because it presents both a history and a counter-history (in comparison to Samuel-Kings) of Biblical Israel.