- n. Plural form of genealogy.
“The presence of Brittonic names in Anglo-Saxon genealogies, and a possible Brittonic warrior whose father had an Old English name, may be further supporting evidence for intermarriage.”
“Those interested in genealogies are referred to the tables at the close of this volume, which show the descent of our family from the highest chiefs of ancient days.”
“2 - The 6,000 - 12,000 year figure is based on genealogies from the Bible.”
“Gabriele - maybe either Lindsey Davis or whoever wrote the genealogies was a time-traveller :”
“The genealogies are a serious pain (begat, begat, begat) ..”
“Even late records of Colonial history, such as genealogies, maps, economic accounts, and land records all contribute to the reconstruction of the history of Mexico as seen through the eyes of the people who lived it.”
“But as to the much-talked-of "genealogies," though they are nothing more than the simplest, barest, and most superficial expression of the hypotheses of phylogenesis, as provisional hypotheses they are just as indispensable to specific phylogenesis as the theoretical section-tables of the strata of the earth's crust are to geology.”
“Provides details such as genealogies and geography”
“genealogies" can be compressed or expanded and are susceptible to error, making it certain that Egyptologists (who know a lot more than you, Phil!) are wrong.”
“Illustrated with family photos and genealogies, Fosberg presents opportunities to consider and discuss universal issues that affect us all uniquely like adoption, divorce, marriage, family secrets, immigration, romance, class and national identity.”
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