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chronologer

Line breaks: chron|olo¦ger
Pronunciation: /krəˈnɒlədʒə
 
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Definition of chronologer in English:

noun

historical
A person who studied historical records to establish the dates of past events: Jonson was elected chronologer of London in 1628
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  • By dating backward, chronologers could use both computations, showing how they differed.
  • The raw materials that chronologers deployed, moreover, came from an immense variety of sources.
  • A writer of great versatility, Middleton also wrote many pageants and masques, and was appointed city chronologer in 1620.

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