annales

The annual account of events concerning Rome and Roman life drawn up by the pontiffs and recorded on whitened boards set up in the Regia. Included records of magistrates and events of cult importance.

Annales

(from the article `Fenestella`) Latin poet and annalist whose lost work, the Annales, apparently contained a valuable store of antiquarian matter as well as historical narrative of ...
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Annales

(from the article `Flodoard`) chronicler whose two major works, the Annales, a chronicle covering the period 919 to 966, and the Historia Remensis ecclesiae (`History of the ...
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Annales

(from the article `Hortensius Hortalus, Quintus`) Hortensius wrote Annales, an epic on the Social War (90–88); a treatise on rhetoric; and love poems. He is praised in Cicero`s Brutus (a history of ...
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Annales

Annals or annales are a concise form of historical writing which record events chronologically, year by year. ==List of Annales== ==Journal and school== ...
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