Chronicles may refer to:
- Books of Chronicles, in the Bible
- Chronicle: Medieval historical histories, like those in Category:Chronicles
- Holinshed's Chronicles, the collected works of Raphael Holinshed
- Book of Chronicles, an alternate name for the Nuremberg Chronicle of 1493
- Chronicles: Volume One, Bob Dylan's autobiography.
- Chronicles (magazine), a conservative magazine from the Rockford Institute.
- Chronicles (Magic: The Gathering), an expansion set of the Magic: The Gathering trading card game
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Famous quotes containing the word chronicles:
“Our medieval historians who prefer to rely as much as possible on official documents because the chronicles are unreliable, fall thereby into an occasionally dangerous error. The documents tell us little about the difference in tone which separates us from those times; they let us forget the fervent pathos of medieval life.”
—Johan Huizinga (18721945)
“Will you see the players well bestowed? Do you hear, let them
be well used, for they are the abstracts and brief chronicles of the time. After your death you were better have a bad epitaph than their ill report while you live.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)