Annales

Annals or annales are a concise form of historical writing which record events chronologically, year by year.

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Stellinga - Uprising
... The chief sources for the Stellinga are the Annales Xantenses, Annales Bertiniani (written by Prudentius of Troyes), Annales Fuldenses (written by Rudolf of Fulda), and the Historiae of Nithard ... Gerward, author of the Annales Xantenses, wrote under the year 841 that "throughout all of Saxony the power of the slaves rose up violently against their lords ... land were violently persecuted and humiliated by the slaves." Both Nithard and the Annales Bertiniani indicate that an anti-Christian reaction was prevalent among the Stellinga ...
Annales De Chimie Et De Physique
... Annales de chimie et de physique is a scientific journal that was founded in Paris, France, in 1789 under the title Annales de chimie ... In 1815, it became the Annales de chimie et de physique, and was published under that name for the next 100 years ... In 1914, it split into two successor journals Annales de chimie and Annales de physique ...
Annales - Journal and School
... Annales School, a school of historical writing named after its journal, the Annales d'histoire économique et sociale ...
Antoine Pagi - Works
... numerous chronological errors, and frequently misstatements of facts in the Annales ecclesiastici of Baronius, he made it his life-work to correct ... his nephew François Pagi Critica historico-chronologica in universos annales ecclesiasticos em ... Mansi embodied it in his edition of the "Annales" of Baronius (Lucca, 1736–59) ...
Annales Mettenses Priores
... The Annales Mettenses (priores) or (Earlier) Annals of Metz are a set of Reichsannalen covering the period from the rise of Pepin of Heristal in Austrasia (c ... The Annales were probably composed at the monastery of Chelles towards 806 under the direction of Gisela, the sister of Charlemagne ... this hypothesis on the grounds that the Annales displays a misogynistic virulence towards Plectrude, but considering her part in thwarting the succession of Charles Martel, this may be ...