Definition of Chronography

1. n. A description or record of past time; history.



Definition of Chronography

1. Noun. A description or record of past time; history. ¹

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Definition of Chronography

1. [n -PHIES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chronography

chronofiles
chronogeometric
chronogeometrical
chronogeometry
chronognosis
chronogram
chronogrammatist
chronogrammatists
chronograms
chronograph
chronographer
chronographers
chronographic
chronographies
chronographs
chronography (current term)
chronoisotherm
chronoisotherms
chronokinesis
chronologer
chronologers
chronologic
chronologic age
chronological
chronological age
chronological record
chronological sequence
chronological succession
chronologically
chronologick

Literary usage of Chronography

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1. Notes Introductory to the Study of the Clementine Recognitions: A Course of by Fenton John Anthony Hort (1901)
"It occurs at the end Nice- of a Compendium of chronography formed chiefly of lists of ... The whole chronography was edited afresh by Credner in two Giessen ..."

2. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"... by the church at Rome mentioned in the above legend, is still celebrated on 16 January. of the " chronography" of 354 and every other Roman authority. ..."

3. Italy by Ugo Balzani (1883)
"DECAY OF ITALIAN chronography—THE "LIBER PONTIFICALIS"—THE ACTS OF THE NEAPOLITAN BISHOPS—AGNELLUS OF RAVENNA— POLEMICAL WRITINGS OF ..."

4. Ordo Sæclorum: A Treatise on the Chronology of the Holy Scriptures: and the by Henry Browne (1844)
"CHINESE chronography. $ 508. ON this curious subject I extract the following particulars from the interesting treatise of Ideler (Uber die Zeitrechnung der ..."

5. The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge: Embracing by Johann Jakob Herzog, Philip Schaff, Albert Hauck (1912)
"In his chronography Julius Africanus, in 221, choosing the same day as that of the conception of Jesus, is the first to give Dec. ..."

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