The third part examines the chronographic
borrowings of the PVL, comparing them both to chronographs and to their sources, the full Slavonic texts of George Hamartolos and John Malalas.
Archivalia, and Library Items
(5) Discussion of Diodorus' historical and chronographic
method can be found in J.
The ancient chronographic
tradition, particularly in regard to biographical dates of the archaic age, is a veritable morass of confusion, corruption, and conjectural synchronisms, often beset by the worst excesses of Alexandrian vita traditions.
Featuring a diameter of 13A" lignes and more than 350 components, the P.2006/3 has a chronographic
function with vertical clutch to avoid any uncertainty in the start of measurement and, in contrast to the P.2004, has a double column wheel guaranteeing, among other benefits, perfect sequencing of the start, stop, split-second, realignment and zero setting phases of the chronograph hands.
Mosshammer, The Chronicle of Eusebius and Greek Chronographic
Tradition (Lewisburg, PA, 1979), 38, 61, 62-63, 75.
This should lead us to doubt not only that Ephorus was the chronographic
source for Pausanias, but also that Pausanias was familiar with this section of Ephorus' work at all.
The SE Lux enhances SE kit with chronographic
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Grayson's Assyrian and Babylonian Chronicles (Locust Valley, N.Y.: Augustin, 1975), since it contains important chronographic
texts not included in Grayson's publication: the Chronicle of the Single Monarchy (= the Sumerian King List), the Assyrian Royal Chronicle (= the Assyrian King List), the Royal Chronicle of Lagas, the Tummal Chronicle, the Eponym Chronicles, and the Chronicle of the Last Kassite Kings and the Kings of Isin.
In the current state of our knowledge, much is indeed impossible to say, and more detailed work on the early chronographic
tradition would repay the effort.
Patterns in the Assyrian Eponym Chronicle and the "Babylonian Chronicle": A Comparative View.
Chaim Cohen claims a Davidic or earlier date for "Genesis 14:1-11: An Early Israelite Chronographic