Histories or, in Latin, Historiae may refer to:
- Histories (Herodotus), by Herodotus
- The Histories, by Timaeus
- The Histories (Polybius), by Polybius
- Histories by Gaius Sallustius Crispus (Sallust), of which only fragments survive
- Histories (Tacitus), by Tacitus
- Natural History (Pliny) (Naturalis Historiae), by Pliny the Elder
Histories may also refer to:
- History of novels, an early term for the then emerging novel
- "Histories" (House), 10th episode in season 1 of House TV series
- Horrible Histories, a series of children's books written by Terry Deary
- Historians, someone who wrote down an historical non-fiction
Other articles related to "histories":
... Crystal (1945), and followed with two trilogies Eves and Histories of a History, that narrate, respectively, the occurrences prior to the Civil War through internal histories, and the war itself ... Another of his trilogies was Histories of a History (1973, censured version, and 1986, complete version) ...
... Theory and Method Turning Point in the Early 1980s” Personal Histories Retrospect, convened by Pamela Smith, Cambridge Personal Histories Project (Cambrid ... Video podcast http//www.arch.cam.ac.uk/personal-histories/retrospect.html Telling Stories, Constructing Narratives Gender Equity and Archaeology Uzma Z ...
... This collection contains more than 250 titles centering mainly on the family histories of the early period of American Southern history—with great emphasis on Virginia ... and death records, parish vestry books, county histories, court records, military histories, Revolutionary War records, Hening’s Statutes at Large, and much more ...
... All oral histories are stored in the archives at the Southern Historical Collection in the Wilson Round Library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and are freely available to the public ... Traditionally, all oral histories have been accessible only on-site in the reading room of the Southern Historical Collection in Chapel Hill, N.C ... However, a 2005 a grant-funded project, “Oral Histories of the American South” (OHAS), conducted by Documenting the American South began working to digitize 500 SOHP oral ...
... American Civil War alternate histories are texts wherein events during the American Civil War occurred differently from those in history ... American Civil War alternate histories are one of the two most popular point of divergences to create an alternate history in the English language, the other being an Axis victory in World War II ...
Famous quotes containing the word histories:
“The delicious faces of children, the beauty of school-girls, the sweet seriousness of sixteen, the lofty air of well-born, well-bred boys, the passionate histories in the looks and manners of youth and early manhood, and the varied power in all that well-known company that escort us through life,we know how these forms thrill, paralyze, provoke, inspire, and enlarge us.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“The histories of the lives and fortunes of men are full of instances of this nature,where favorable times and lucky accidents have done for them, what wisdom or skill could not.”
—Laurence Sterne (17131768)
“As soon as histories are properly told there is no more need of romances.”
—Walt Whitman (18191892)