Annals (noun)

  1. A record of events, especially one systematically kept in annual entries.
  2. The historical writings of a particular period, country, or subject.

Origin:

Late middle english: from latin annales, from annus "year".

Examples:

  1. The annals of the dynasty were chronicled in great detail, providing valuable insight into the reign of the monarchs.
  2. The annals of ancient Rome are a rich source of information about life in the empire.
  3. The annals of the war were documented by journalists who were embedded with the troops.
  4. The annals of science revealed the many breakthroughs and discoveries of the past century.
  5. The annals of the kingdom were a testament to the strength and resilience of the people.
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