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Clio the muse of history and epic poetry, painting by Pierre Mignard, 1600s, 17th century.

 

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Siry, chronology of material culture

Merchant's Chronology 1640-1992

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This fossil clam (lower right, along the crack) was found 2000 feet above the Pacific Ocean, in the Santa Ynez Mountains, in California.

ON THE PLAN AND METHOD OF READING HISTORIES

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THAT the reading of histories might be more fruitful, and the reader might bear off the an ample reward for his effort, three things are deemed necessary for every student: 1.) an established order, so that he does not read in a confused, vague, or desultory manner; 2.) intelligent judgement, so that he skillfully absorbs whatever he reads, and well discerns what things are to be selected; 3.) diligent industry, that he may systematically store up the things that he has picked out, of whatever sort, like a harvest into some barns. "

DIGORY WHEAR, Written; October 3, 1623.


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