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Chronicon (Jerome)

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The Chronicon (Chronicle) or Temporum liber (Book of Times) was a universal chronicle written by Jerome. It was one of his earliest attempts at history. It was composed c. 380 in Constantinople; this is a translation into Latin of the chronological tables which compose the second part of the Chronicon of Eusebius, with a supplement covering the period from 325 to 379. Despite numerous errors taken from Eusebius, and some of his own, Jerome produced a valuable work of universal history, if only for the example which it gave to such later chroniclers as Prosper of Aquitaine, Cassiodorus, and Victor of Tunnuna to continue his annals. In conformity with the Chronicon of Eusebius (early 4th century), Jerome dated Creation to 5201 BC.[1][2]

The Chronicle includes a chronology of the events of Greek mythology, based on the work of Hellenistic scholars such as Apollodorus, Diodorus Siculus, and Eusebius.[3] While the earlier parts are obviously unhistorical, there may be scattered remnants of historical events of late Mycenean Greece from entries of the 12th century BC. (See the historicity of the Iliad. Notably, Jerome's date for the capture of Troy of 1183 BC corresponds remarkably well with the destruction layer of Troy VIIa, the main candidate for the historical inspiration of legendary Troy, dated to c. 1190 BC.) Homer himself is dated to 940 BC, while modern scholarship usually dates him after 800 BC.

Timeline

From Adam until the 14th year of Valens, 5,579 years

From Abraham to the capture of Troy (26 kings of the Assyrians), 835 years
From the capture of Troy until the first Olympiad, 406 years.
from the first Olympiad, to the 14th year of Valens, 1,155 years

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Galloway, Andrew. The Penn Commentary on Piers Plowman, p. 69. Vide Piers Plowman.
  2. ^ Fourth Century(see 327 Eusebius of Caesarea). 2009-10-25.
  3. ^ Pearse, Roger et al. (2005) The Chronicle of St. Jerome. http://www.tertullian.org/fathers/jerome_chronicle_00_eintro.htm

References

  • Richard W. Burgess, Studies in Eusebian and post-Eusebian Chronography, Stuttgart (1999).
  • Malcolm Drew Donalson, A Translation of Jerome's Chronicon With Historical Commentary, Mellen University Press (1996). ISBN 0-7734-2258-7.
  • J. K. Fotheringham, The Bodleian Manuscript of Jerome's Version of the Chronicle of Eusebius Reproduced in Collotype. Oxford: Clarendon (1905)
  • J. K. Fotheringham, Eusebii Pamphili Chronici canones. London: Humphrey Milford (1923).
  • R. Helm, Eusebius Werke 7: Die Chronik des Hieronymus, Die Griechischen Christlichen Schriftsteller der Ersten Jahrhunderte 47 (1956).
  • Benoît Jean-Jean & Bertrand Lançon, Saint-Jérôme, Chronique : Continuation de la Chronique d'Eusèbe, années 326-378, Brest, (2004), ISBN 2-7535-0018-5.
  • Josef KARST, Eusebius Werke, 5. Band : Die Chronik aus dem Armenischen übersetzt. Die Griechischen Christlichen Schriftsteller der Ersten Jahrhunderte 20 (1911).
  • Alden A. Mosshammer, The Chronicle of Eusebius and the Greek Chronographic Tradition, Lewisburg/London (1979), ISBN 0-8387-1939-2.
  • Alfred Schoene, Eusebi Chronicorum Libri. 2 vols. Berlin: Weidmann (1875).
  • Robert Graves; The Greek Myths (1955), ISBN 0-14-017199-1
  • Alden A. Mosshammer; The Chronicle of Eusebius and Greek Chronographic Tradition, Bucknell University Press (1979), ISBN 0-8387-1939-2
  • J. C. Stobart; The Glory that was Greece (1911), ISBN 0-283-48455-1
  • Michael Wood (1998), In Search of the Trojan War, ISBN 0-520-21599-0
  • Michael Wood (2005), In Search of Myths and Heroes http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ancient/greeks/jason_01.shtml

External links

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