Definición de annalist en inglés:


Saltos de línea: an¦nal|ist
Pronunciación: /ˈan(ə)lɪst


A person who writes annals.
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  • He was preceded by a handful of annalists, notably Hydatius in Galicia, and followed, among others, by Gregory of Tours and Fredegar in Francia, Isidore in Spain, Bede in Northumbria, and Paul the Deacon in Italy.
  • So too the annalists of the Annals of Ulster, who most frequently called the Viking incomers ‘foreigners’, sometimes differentiated between ‘dark’ and ‘fair’ foreigners.
  • The prose represents the style of 10c Saxon annalists.



Pronunciación: /-ˈlɪstɪk/
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  • Sallust's last work, the Histories, was annalistic (arranged by years). It covered events from 78, perhaps continuing Cornelius Sisenna, though it included a retrospect of earlier events.
  • The vagueness of the date arises from the fact that the event seems to have had no place in the early Arabic annalistic tradition.
  • The Ingimund episode is largely detailed in an Irish annalistic source, but Welsh annals mention a battle on Anglesey in 903 where ‘Ogmundr’ was defeated by the Welsh.


Pronunciación: /-ˈlɪstɪk(ə)li/
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  • The fully preserved historical books cover 480-302 and are organized annalistically, with Olympian, Athenian archon, and Roman consular years synchronized - often erroneously.
  • An Atthis was a chronicle, organized annalistically by kings and magistrates, that attempted to record all facets of the local history of Athens.
  • Jacoby took this as confirmation of his theory, altogether preconceived, that the Atthis was composed annalistically.

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Pronunciación: ˈnɔɪs(ə)m
having an extremely offensive smell