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chronicle of 1234の例文

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  • The Chronicle of 1234 is the only source to call him a tribune.
  • It is usually supplemented by even later Syriac sources like the " Chronicle of 1234 " and the Chronicle by Michael the Syrian.
  • Theophylact Simocatta, Theophanes the Confessor, Michael the Syrian, the Chronicle of 1234, Bar-Hebraeus, and Nikephoros Kallistos Xanthopoulos give derivative accounts.
  • Michael the Syrian, the " Chronicle of 1234 " and Bar-Hebraeus place her origin in the city of Daman, near Kallinikos, Syria.
  • According to Ibn al-Qalanisi, Tancred and Bohemund arrived at Edessa during the siege, but according to " Chronicle of 1234 " they arrived first at the gates of Harran.
  • She appears instead in accounts by the " Chronicle of Edessa ", Dionysius Telmaharensis ( as preserved in the " Chronicle of 1234 " ), Muhammad ibn Jarir al-Tabari, Patriarch Eutychius of Alexandria, Ferdowsi, the " Chronicle of Seert ", Michael the Syrian, Bar-Hebraeus and M + r-Khvnd.