I was on this list 5-6 years ago. I wonder if I am still subscribed.
Meanwhile I forgot the do's and dont's.
So I wonder if people on this list are also concerned with chronology strictu sensu.
Or if there is a list dedicated to that subject.
I am interested specifically in the whereabouts of the Etchmiadzin manuscript(s) - the armenian translations of Eusebius's chronicon.
"... there are essentially two parts to the definition of chronology.
The first part defines a science of computation, while the second
concerns the matter of 'assigning events to their true dates'. The
second part may be distinguished from the first as a more historical
and often narrative approach to the material. Thus, one may distinguish
'technical' chronology as consisting of the first part of the
definition, which concerns the computation of time, as opposed to
This morning in the Holy See Press Office a press conference was held to present the agreement signed by NTT Data and the Vatican Apostolic Library for the plan to digitally archive 82,000 manuscripts.