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Chronʹicon ex Chronʹicis

is by Florence, a monk of Worcester, the earliest of our English chroniclers. It begins from Creation, and goes down to 1119, in which year the author died; but it was continued by another hand to 1141. Printed in 4to at London, 1592. Its chief value consists in its serving as a key to the Saxon chronicle.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Christmas (Kristmas)
Christmas
Christmas Box
Christmas Carols
Christmas Day
Christmas Decorations
Christmas Trees and Maypoles
Christolytes [Kris-to-lites]
Christopher (St.)
Chronicle Small Beer (To)
Chronicon ex Chronicis
Chronon-hoton-thologos [ch = k]
Chrysalis [ch = k]
Chrysaor [ch = k]
Chrysippus
Chubb (Thomas)
Chuck Full
Chukwa
Chum
Chum in with (To)
Church