Annalists and Historians: Western Historiography from the by Denys Hay

By Denys Hay

This e-book, initially released in 1977, is a survey of ecu historiography from its origins within the historians of Greece and Rome, throughout the annalists and chroniclers of the center a while, to the historians of the overdue eighteenth century. the writer concentrates on these writers whose works healthy right into a particular classification of writing, or who've inlfuence the process later historic writing, although he does care for a number of the extra expert sorts of medieval historiography corresponding to the crusading writers, and chivalrous historians like Froissart. He continues that ‘modern’ heritage didn't increase till the 18th Century.

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