Chronologia (Graece χρόνος 'tempus' + -λογία 'studium')[2] est scientia eventuum per ordine temporalem ordinatorum, saepe per lineam temporalem vel sequentiam eventuum praebitorum. Chronologia etiam est "cognitio verae eventuum praeteritorum sequentiae temporalis."[3][4]

Iosephi Iusti Scaligeri liber De emendatione temporum (1583) hodiernam chronologiae scientiam coepit.[1]
Aristobulus III Necatus. Miniatura in manuscripto Antiquités judaiques et la guerre des juifs Flavii Iosephi (1478-1480).
Bonifacius IV. Nomisma sollemne de papis.

Chronologia in maiore significatione est pars periodizationis. Pars quoque est historiae, disciplinae academicae quae historiam telluris, scientiam telluris, et studium aevorum geologicorum comprehendit.

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  1. Richards, E. G. (1998). Mapping Time: The Calendar and History. Oxoniae: Oxford University Press. pp. 12–13. ISBN 0-19-286205-7 .
  2. "Chronology," Encyclopaedia Britannica, ed. undecima (1911), 6: 305.
  3. Anglice "the determination of the actual temporal sequence of past events."
  4. Memidex/WordNet, "chronology," memidex.com Formula:Webarchive (accessus 25 Septembris 2010).

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Res saeculo 21 editaeRecensere

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