WEFOUNDChronicles: Facts from the Bible 1 (Volume 1)


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“Cair Paravel” means “a lesser court” (Old English: “caer” means “court” and “paravail” means “lesser” or “under”.) In other words, the kings of Narnia are under Aslan.

“The Last Battle” was finished before “The Magician’s Nephew,” though it was published after.

Six films of The Chronicles were made prior to the 2005 release of the new Walden Media series, all for TV: An animated version of “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” in 1979; the BBC live versions of “The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe,” “Prince Caspian and the Voyage of the Dawn Treader ” (combined into one film), and “The Silver Chair” in the 1980’s; and a little-known black-and-white version of “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” for England’s ITV in 1968.

Like the Books of Samuel and Kings, 1 and 2 Chronicles was also written as the single Book of Chronicles in the Hebrew Bible. Many readers today, however, skip reading it when they find that it repeats much of the material from its previous books. But is Chronicles necessary to read? Yes, it is!

Chronicles is the last Book in the Hebrew Bible as it summarizes the continued relationship between God and Israel through the Blessing of Abraham. The arrangement of the content in Chronicles invites the reader to explore the stories of each section and reveal interesting details about David, Solomon, God's temple, the kings of Judah, and how they work together. Chronicles is also an excellent historical reference for those studying specific facts in the Scriptures.

Holinshed's Chronicles , also known as Holinshed's Chronicles of England, Scotland, and Ireland , is a collaborative work published in several volumes and two editions, the first in 1577, and the second in 1587. It was a large, comprehensive description of British history .

In 1548 Reginald Wolfe , a London printer, conceived the idea of creating a "Universal Cosmography of the whole world, and therewith also certain particular histories of every known nation." He wanted the work to be printed in English and he wanted maps and illustrations in the book as well. Wolfe acquired many of John Leland 's works and with these he constructed chronologies and drew maps that were up to date. When Wolfe realised he could not complete this project on his own, he hired Raphael Holinshed and William Harrison to assist him.

Wolfe died with the work still uncompleted in 1573, and the project — changed to a work specifically about the British Isles — was run by a consortium of three members of the London stationers . They kept Raphael Holinshed who employed William Harrison , Richard Stanyhurst , Edmund Campion and John Hooker . In 1577 the work was published in two volumes after some censorship by the Privy Council of some of Stanyhurst's contribution on Ireland. [1]

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“Cair Paravel” means “a lesser court” (Old English: “caer” means “court” and “paravail” means “lesser” or “under”.) In other words, the kings of Narnia are under Aslan.

“The Last Battle” was finished before “The Magician’s Nephew,” though it was published after.

Six films of The Chronicles were made prior to the 2005 release of the new Walden Media series, all for TV: An animated version of “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” in 1979; the BBC live versions of “The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe,” “Prince Caspian and the Voyage of the Dawn Treader ” (combined into one film), and “The Silver Chair” in the 1980’s; and a little-known black-and-white version of “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” for England’s ITV in 1968.

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“Cair Paravel” means “a lesser court” (Old English: “caer” means “court” and “paravail” means “lesser” or “under”.) In other words, the kings of Narnia are under Aslan.

“The Last Battle” was finished before “The Magician’s Nephew,” though it was published after.

Six films of The Chronicles were made prior to the 2005 release of the new Walden Media series, all for TV: An animated version of “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” in 1979; the BBC live versions of “The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe,” “Prince Caspian and the Voyage of the Dawn Treader ” (combined into one film), and “The Silver Chair” in the 1980’s; and a little-known black-and-white version of “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” for England’s ITV in 1968.

Like the Books of Samuel and Kings, 1 and 2 Chronicles was also written as the single Book of Chronicles in the Hebrew Bible. Many readers today, however, skip reading it when they find that it repeats much of the material from its previous books. But is Chronicles necessary to read? Yes, it is!

Chronicles is the last Book in the Hebrew Bible as it summarizes the continued relationship between God and Israel through the Blessing of Abraham. The arrangement of the content in Chronicles invites the reader to explore the stories of each section and reveal interesting details about David, Solomon, God's temple, the kings of Judah, and how they work together. Chronicles is also an excellent historical reference for those studying specific facts in the Scriptures.

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