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Mabillon, Jean, 1623–1707, French scholar, a Benedictine monk. His De re diplomatica (1681; with a supplementary volume, 1704) was the first attempt to develop a critical method of determining the authenticity of documents......

Historians use this material to form coherent narratives and uncover linked sequences and patterns in past events. African peoples have long relied on oral histories to learn about their past. Rise to Power Although he was born into the Julian gens, one of the oldest patrician families in Rome, Caesar was always a member of the democratic or popular party...... Starting with the medieval Islamic kingdoms of Africa some of these oral chronicles were recorded in Arabic, and sub-Saharan Africa developed its own written histories. followed more or less the pattern of Thucydides but with a brooding moral interest in the decay of Roman society. Thus the early historical sections of the Bible are concerned with the manifestation of God's will in the events of human existence, while they show the same genealogical interests as the king lists of other peoples. It is with some justice, however, that Herodotus Herodotus, 484? is considered the first historian, because in his work appears the conscious desire to record all the significant and noteworthy circumstances surrounding a set of events and motivating the actions of people in those events. His rise in civil and military office was steady; he became a senator (c...... Saxo Grammaticus, c.1150–c.1220, the first important Danish historian. In 12th-century Europe secular history writing emerged, shown in the work of Geoffroi de Villehardouin Villehardouin, Geoffroi de,c.1160–c.1212, French historian and Crusader. , French chronicler, biographer of Louis IX of France (St. As seneschal (governor) of Champagne, Joinville was a close adviser to Louis, whom he accompanied (1248–54) on the Seventh Crusade...... Comines, Philippe de, c.1447–c.1511, French historian, courtier, and diplomat. It was not until the time of the Greeks that historiography, the writing of organic history, emerged. Herodotus was remarkable, too, for the scope of his interests; he recorded myths, described customs, and made speculations. He was in the service of Absalon, archbishop of Lund, at whose suggestion Saxo wrote the Gesta Danorum (or Historia Danica). As marshal of Champagne, he was a leader of the Fourth Crusade (see Crusades), which resulted in the conquest (1204) of Constantinople and the creation of the Latin Empire of Constantinople...... In 1472 he left the service of Charles the Bold of Burgundy to enter that of Louis XI of France, who rewarded him richly...... The humanism of the Renaissance revolutionized historiography, for it placed emphasis on textual criticism and on a critical attitude toward documents and sources.

Historians use this material to form coherent narratives and uncover linked sequences and patterns in past events.

African peoples have long relied on oral histories to learn about their past. Rise to Power Although he was born into the Julian gens, one of the oldest patrician families in Rome, Caesar was always a member of the democratic or popular party......

Starting with the medieval Islamic kingdoms of Africa some of these oral chronicles were recorded in Arabic, and sub-Saharan Africa developed its own written histories. followed more or less the pattern of Thucydides but with a brooding moral interest in the decay of Roman society.

Thus the early historical sections of the Bible are concerned with the manifestation of God's will in the events of human existence, while they show the same genealogical interests as the king lists of other peoples. It is with some justice, however, that Herodotus Herodotus, 484? is considered the first historian, because in his work appears the conscious desire to record all the significant and noteworthy circumstances surrounding a set of events and motivating the actions of people in those events. His rise in civil and military office was steady; he became a senator (c...... Saxo Grammaticus, c.1150–c.1220, the first important Danish historian. In 12th-century Europe secular history writing emerged, shown in the work of Geoffroi de Villehardouin Villehardouin, Geoffroi de,c.1160–c.1212, French historian and Crusader. , French chronicler, biographer of Louis IX of France (St. As seneschal (governor) of Champagne, Joinville was a close adviser to Louis, whom he accompanied (1248–54) on the Seventh Crusade...... Comines, Philippe de, c.1447–c.1511, French historian, courtier, and diplomat.

It was not until the time of the Greeks that historiography, the writing of organic history, emerged. Herodotus was remarkable, too, for the scope of his interests; he recorded myths, described customs, and made speculations. He was in the service of Absalon, archbishop of Lund, at whose suggestion Saxo wrote the Gesta Danorum (or Historia Danica). As marshal of Champagne, he was a leader of the Fourth Crusade (see Crusades), which resulted in the conquest (1204) of Constantinople and the creation of the Latin Empire of Constantinople...... In 1472 he left the service of Charles the Bold of Burgundy to enter that of Louis XI of France, who rewarded him richly...... The humanism of the Renaissance revolutionized historiography, for it placed emphasis on textual criticism and on a critical attitude toward documents and sources.

Most histories are concerned with causality, that is, why certain outcomes happened as they did, and how they are linked to earlier events.